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La corona del drago

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In un luogo lontano nello spazio e nel tempo, dove i draghi sono sacri e intoccabili e il loro canto alla luna risuona nelle foreste bandite all’uomo, due Paesi regnano ognuno a suo modo. Separati dall’impenetrabile Valle delle Nebbie – che solo i misteriosi Taciturni e pochissimi altri eletti, vincolati da un giuramento di morte, sanno attraversare – il Paese Occidentale ...more
Paperback, 194 pages
Published September 6th 2007 by Salani (first published 1984)
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Apr 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Cannot recommend this book highly enough. A wonderful clever thought provoking fantasy that is a joy to read and stands the test of time. Suitable both for school children and adults
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È molto più di un fantasy: è un libro sul bene e sul male, sul fatto che tra l'uno e l'altro ci sia effettivamente una "valle delle nebbie", non c'è una netta distinzione tra i due. Il principe del male compie atti di male del tutto leciti, i buoni spesso rischiano di morire o risultano ridicoli per i loro ragionamenti del tutto assurdi e privi di logica e di spirito di sopravvivenza.

Non ci sono nomi propri: i due regni sono semplicemente "il regno del bene" e "il regno del male", o al massimo "
Sep 05, 2010 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: magic, ya
Read it in Hebrew - cant find an English version.
One of my all time favorites, this book made me start reading Fantasy as a child.

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"Uri Orlev asks moral questions in a fantasy tale that is a parable of good and evil.
Princess Mayalila will inherit all she sees, and as far as the eye can see everything belongs to the Eastern Kingdom. This is a land of Good where there are no bad actions or words, no killing, and no death. Peace ends when Prince Akraton, from the evil Western
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Uri Orlev (Hebrew: אורי אורלב; born Jerzy Henryk Orlowski in 1931) is an award-winning Israeli children's author and translator of Polish-Jewish origin. Born in Warsaw, Poland, he survived the war years in the Warsaw Ghetto and the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp (where he was sent after his mother was shot by the Nazis). After the war he moved to Israel. He began writing children's literature in ...more
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