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A Wrinkle in Time

af Madeleine L'Engle

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Meg Murry and her friends become involved with unearthly strangers and a search for Meg's father, who has disappeared while engaged in secret work for the government.
  1. 150
    A Swiftly Tilting Planet af Madeleine L'Engle (gilberts)
  2. 112
    Jonas er udvalgt af Lois Lowry (Anonym bruger)
  3. 123
    Fra den tavse Planet af C. S. Lewis (Proginoskes)
  4. 81
    When You Reach Me af Rebecca Stead (Ciruelo, BookshelfMonstrosity)
    BookshelfMonstrosity: Time is a key component in both of these compelling, coming-of-age fantasies with complex plots centered on girls who share absent fathers and the struggle to save the life of a boy near-and-dear to them.
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    Troldmanden fra Jordhavet af Ursula K. Le Guin (Anjali.Negi)
  6. 52
    So You Want to be a Wizard af Diane Duane (sandstone78)
    sandstone78: For the socially awkward girls who come into their own and fight against evil
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    Den uendelige historie af Michael Ende (Anjali.Negi)
  8. 31
    Den Sorte Rytter af Susan Cooper (Anjali.Negi)
  9. 20
    Moon Eyes af Josephine Poole (bmlg)
    bmlg: similar themes of the loving relationship between an awkward, insecure older sister and her odd younger brother, and her efforts to protect him from supernatural danger
  10. 20
    The Silver Crown af Robert C. O'Brien (ncgraham)
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    Toby Alone af Timothée de Fombelle (fugitive)
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    Weave a Circle Round af Kari Maaren (Aquila)
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    Et hemmeligt land af Katherine Paterson (kkunker)
  14. 21
    Alan Mendelsohn, the Boy from Mars af Daniel Manus Pinkwater (aaronius)
    aaronius: More comic, more Earthbound, but still fantastic writing with life lessons equally appropriate for intelligent youngsters and their parents.
  15. 10
    The Changeover af Margaret Mahy (SylviaC)
  16. 10
    The Dream of the Stone af Christina Askounis (moonsoar)
  17. 10
    What Came from the Stars af Gary D. Schmidt (Barb_H)
  18. 01
    The Revolving Boy af Gertrude Friedberg (thesmellofbooks)
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Always interesting to see how a book reads 40 years after the first time - to see what I missed first time round! First thing was the happy medium that Meg's mother wished for her that turned into the Happy Medium with the crystal ball. A coincidence or could it all have been a dream kicked off by that? Second was the mention of God - not surprised I missed that completely as I was 20 before I noticed that the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe had any christian connotations at all. Anyway it is beautifully written with pace and character. ( )
  Ma_Washigeri | Jan 23, 2021 |
A lovely little story. I love that it mixes scientific concepts like wormholes and intergalactic travel with spiritual Christian concepts. A lot of people seem to take issue with the integration of Christian concepts. They call it evangilizing. Really though, every author works their own beliefs into their books. But people in the postmodern era can only handle liberal belief systems being worked into a book. It isn't a bad book because you aren't a Christian. Just like Ayn Rand's book isn't bad because you aren't a libertarian (it's bad for other reasons, but not because you don't believe in the philosophies being integrated into the plot). I disagree with everyone who takes jabs at this book simply because they have an issue with Christianity. I would understand taking issue if the delivery of Christian ideals was ham-fisted, but it isn't. It is subtle, but still obvious. Wouldn't it be worse if the Christian message was hidden and insidious? With Jesus being name-dropped once and God and guardian angels not being brought into the narrative until the end (and even then, it's not repetitive or over-the-top), nobody is left wondering if all the talk of fighting evil and the power of love is Christian allegory. We all can see that it is. I view that as intellectually/artisically honest.

Now that we've covered the Christian themes...

The characters: I adored them. I love a good flawed main character and Meg absolutely is that, but still manages to be likeable. Another criticism that I see of this book is that Meg is not "empowered" enough. Please proceed to give me a fucking break. All you StRonG waHHmEN SJW Whiners are really angling to turn every single freaking fictional female into some fighting gun-wielding badass whose only weakness is an emotional one; 'she's afraid to love!'-Y'all feminists are actually objectifying women when you deny female agency and turn every instance of female representation into a cardboard cutout feminist talking point. Women are people. They are all different. Meg was three-dimensional, had flaws and weaknesses, and her actions and motivations were believable. Not every female in the world is strong. Not every human is strong. When you deny the existence of weak women, you deny female humanity. Feminism has become sexist AF and I think you should think about the implications of the strONG WAHMEN argument. Fiction needs to have room for female characters that are afraid, grouchy, irritable, passive, and all of the other traits on the spectrum of human personality. I fail to see how every female character being basically the same would be a win for anybody.

Anyhow, Charles Wallace. I loved him. He was so cute and interesting. I still don't really get what was up with him, why he was so special. But I like that it was left mysterious.

I loved basically every character. Aunt Beast, Ms. Whatsit Ms. Who Ms. Witch, they were all distinct and charming. They made the story very fun to read.

The scenes on Camazot were my absolute favorite. It was a pretty obvious metaphor for communism, but hey, communism is bad, so I can't argue with that.

The only criticism I have is the pacing. I felt like there was way more set-up to the adventure than actual adventure. I expected them to have to go to many planets and have many adventures before they found their father. But he was on Camezot, the first planet they stopped on. The pacing seemed weird, and while I was able to adjust my expectations once I realized the story was going to be wrapping up much quicker than I expected, it was still a bit of a letdown.

I didn't read this book as a kid, but read for the first time now in my 30s. I really enjoyed it and can see why it is still read in schools today.
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  Jyvur_Entropy | Jan 11, 2021 |
I never read this book in school, but my daughter did and LOVED it and insisted I read it. My timing had nothing to do with the movie being out and had much more to do with my reading queue.

I thought the book was ok. Nothing fantastic or mind-blowing, but ok. I get it was written in the 1960’s and that in itself is a feat to stand the test of time, but the story and the characters were just ok. I felt like many things were not fully developed. The characters weren’t interesting and the storyline could have been much more interesting, but fell flat.

In any case, it was worth the read so that my daughter and I could discuss it, but I wouldn’t say it’s a MUST read. ( )
  pmichaud | Dec 21, 2020 |
I am really sad that I didn't read this as a child, but it's better late than never. I enjoyed it thoroughly as an adult and can see why it's a classic. The writing is great, the plot is original and covers a lot of pretty heavy themes, and the characters are a lot of fun. I love the idea of traveling to other planets, the whole scene with the Stepford-like families, and Meg in general. She is just a great female character. I can't wait to read the rest of the trilogy. ( )
  JustZelma | Dec 20, 2020 |
A good story that I very much enjoyed. Had I read it when I was younger, as it seems nearly everyone else I know has, I suspect I would have loved it.

I'm curious to see whether the movie upholds the anti-communist under(sometimes over)tones. ( )
  octoberdad | Dec 16, 2020 |
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