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Philip Pullman to Focus on His Dark Materials Sequel in 2013

There's really no way for me to properly express my feelings on Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials. I read the three books, The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, and The Amber Spyglass, years ago on a hiking trip in New Mexico. If you ever want to have a truly transcendental experience, read a good book on the top of a mountain where you can see all the stars. Pullman's been teasing the sequel, The Book of Dust, for years.
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