The Golden Compass
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This forum is for all stuff related to the final book in the trilogy: The Amber Spyglass.
I was between Pan and Lyra and Lyra and Will... they were definetely the saddest parts. It was absolutely heartbreaking to read through Lyra's suffering in the land of the dead, which were a whole lot of tearjerking chapters, but Lyra and Will's goodbyes do it for me everytime!
Why does PP have to write such sad endings to the books? End of book 1: Roger killed by Lord Asriel. End of book 2: Lee Scoresby and John Parry killed. End of book 3: Will and Lyra separate forever. WHAT DOES HE HAVE AGAINST HAPPY ENDINGS?
Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean everybody's not out to get you.
Books with happy endings are usually boring. Honestly all the deathes etc. did not faze me, except MCs. I have no idea why. I found the whole thing with Lyra and Will more annoying then anything. Maybe it's because I can't relate, or maybe I'm just jealous
I thought that Lyra and Pan separating was the most sad and dramatic part for me because I remember the scene as the boat was drifting away from the shore where Pan was just sitting there with his eyes round in sorrow and pain. I don't usually cry while reading books, but this sort of made my eyes tear up.
You can hurt me with the truth, but you can't comfort me with your lies.
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