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Grade 5-8 - Lloyd Alexander's third book in the five-volume Prydain Chronicles (BBD, pap. 1969) is a tale of adventure, mystery, enchantment, and sacrifice. Taran, an assistant pig-keeper, who cares for Princess Eilonwy deeply and is just beginning to realize the impossibility of it, and Prince Rhun, Eilonwy's betrothed-to-be, set aside their differences and work together to find Princess Eilonwy who has been captured by an evil enchantress. Along with the bard Fflewddur, shaggy Gurgi, and Lord Gwydion, the Prince of Don, they make a loyal band that meets several obstacles on the way. The author reads a brief introduction to acquaint listeners with the characters and scope of the tale. The narrator, James Langton, gives voice to the numerous characters using a variety of accents and tones, and the interesting names and places in the story come alive with his erudite pronunciation. Listeners may be tempted to read or listen to the entire series: The Book of Three (2004), The Black Cauldron (2004), Taran Wanderer (2004), and The High King (2005, all Listening Library). - Charli Osborne, Oxford Public Library, MI
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I beleve that the book could have been better but unfortuneatly the author decited not to make it quite so exicting and have eilonwy fight and defete the dark enchantiss. Read morePublished on March 8 2004
Eilonwy is coming of age and ready to accept her full powers but Archen has other ideas. Join Taran, Fflewdur Flam, Gurgi & others as they battle to save both Eilonwy & Prydain... Read morePublished on Aug. 5 2003 by Kim F.
This is my least favorite of the chronicles, but I still like it a lot and still give it 5 stars! The feckless Price Rhun is hilarious, the cat Llyan is frightening, and the giant... Read morePublished on April 12 2003
"The Castle of Llyr" is the third in the "Chronicles of Prydain". It is the first in the series to focus on Taran and Eilonwy's relationship from a romantic angle. Read morePublished on March 7 2003
A slight break from the thunderous intensity of Prydain's battles, Book 3 features our favorite characters from the previous two books. Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2002 by Amazon Customer
FAST PACED......VERY ECITEING, a must read for any fan of Tolkien. My favorite out of the Prydaid chronicles. the most action packed. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2002
This book is an exiciting tale for the third book of the chr. of Prydain. It's about Taran realizing much care for the witful princess Eilonwy. Read morePublished on March 15 2002
Castle of Llyr is one of the coolest books I've ever read. It may not make sense if you haven't read the first two books in this incredible series, but even still its awsome. Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2002
The Castle of Llyr is the third of the Prydain Chronicles. In this exciting adventure, Taran and Eilonwy are sepparated. Read morePublished on May 21 2001