Friday, June 22, 2007

Carnegie of Carnegies

It's been announced that Philip Pullman's Northern Lights has won the Carnegie of Carnegies (about which I posted in April). I confess, I voted for Alan Garner's The Owl Service, simply because it had such a huge impact on me as a child reader.

(I confess that I heard this news late yesterday but I was trying to work on both my current fiction tales (simultaneously more or less), so I didn't post it !)


Anonymous said...

I'd go for Rosemary Sutcliff. (e?)

Mind you, in my opinion, this is Pullman's masterpiece. His other books that I've read come nowhwere near it.

Michele said...

It's a very good book, but it simply didn't have the impact on me that The Owl Service had...