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The Castle of Llyr (Chronicles of Prydain) (Original 1966; 2006. Auflage)

von Lloyd Alexander

Reihen: Tarans Abenteuer (3)

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When Princess Eilonwy is sent to the Isle of Mona for training, she is bewitched by the evil enchantress Achren, so Taran and other friends must try to rescue her.
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Titel:The Castle of Llyr (Chronicles of Prydain)
Autoren:Lloyd Alexander
Info:Henry Holt and Co. BYR Paperbacks (2006), Edition: First Edition, Paperback, 208 pages
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Taran - Die Prinzessin von Llyr von Lloyd Alexander (1966)

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The stories are simple, but the characters are endearing, they’ve definitely grown on me over the course of the series.
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  Annrosenzweig | Oct 15, 2021 |
The shortest and also the least of the five Prydain chronicles, but still very enjoyable. Eilonwy is sidelined for much of the book, and is forced to largely play the role of damsel in distress, to the book's detriment. Still, it's a good adventure and we are introduced to several unforgettable new characters. ( )
  usuallee | Oct 7, 2021 |
I'm a little upset with this installment in the Chronicles of Prydain. Based on the title alone I thought we were going to be getting a nice story centered around Eilonwy and while yes we did learn some new things about her heritage, she was basically not present for the entire story.

Eilonwy up to this point has always been our non stop chattering yet strong willed young lady, and this book removed her from the story and took away her strong will by having her be completely and easily enchanted. We spend majority of the book following Taran running around in the forest, looking for Prince Rhun, fighting a mountain lion and coming across a giant. All while finding just small bits and pieces that connect back to Eilonwy. And when she does come back into the story she has to thusly be saved by a bunch of men. I understand how old this series is, but I had had hope that it wouldn't fall into this stereotype but alas it did, no matter how strong willed she was written in the earlier books. This would have infuriated me as a young girl. We don't even get the opportunity to see her get kidnapped its just told to us in a wrap up at the end.

Far too much time was spent on Taran and his little forest excursion and not enough on centering around Eilonwy who was you know "the damsel in distress" I feel if the forest portion had been cut back and more focus was on the actual times Eilonwy was captured in the castle it could have been better, but it would have also needed to be more strong willed Eilonwy and less "Damsel in distress".

Definitly the most disappointing so far for me in the series. Two more to go, hopefully I get the original Eilonwy back in the next two books. ( )
  SweetKokoro | Sep 29, 2021 |
Taran grows in a delightful direction this time. It is such a mark of Alexander's power of writing that the reader doesn't really worry about Eilonwy (we know she can take care of herself) until that dreadful moment when Taran wakes her up from her sleep. Her reaction is like a slap in the face to all of the audience, not to mention Taran. ( )
  OutOfTheBestBooks | Sep 24, 2021 |
The Chronicles of Prydain by Lloyd Alexander is one of the series I re-read every few years because it is just that good. It is a series that builds beautifully on itself so that you remain captivated to the very end. I like that the characters are not perfect and that they learn and grow throughout the story. Lloyd Alexander has a writing style that I really enjoy. ( )
  KateKat11 | Sep 24, 2021 |
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In this chronicle of Prydain, following The Book of Three and The Black Cauldron, what befalls the heroine is as important, and perilous, as the hero's own quest. Princess Eilonwy of the red-gold hair does much more than face the unavoidable (and, in her view, absolutely necessary) ordeal of becoming a young lady. As Dallben, the old enchanter, warns: "For each of us comes a time when we must be more than what we are." And this holds true for princesses as well as for assistant pig-keepers. [from the "Author's Note"]
Eilonwy of the red-gold hair, the Princess Eilonwy Daughter of Angharad Daughter of Regat of the Royal House of Llyr, was leaving Caer Dallben. Dallben himself had so ordered it; and though Taran's heart was suddenly and strangely heavy, he knew there was no gainsaying the old enchanter's words. [from chapter 1, "Prince Rhun"]
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