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The Farthest Shore (Earthsea Cycle #3) by Ursula K. Le Guin
The Farthest Shore
The Farthest Shore
  • Slavery
  • Confinement
  • Drug abuse and addiction
  • Death
  • Depression and suicidal thoughts
  • Blood and gore
  • Animal death
  • Mental health-related ableism
  • Drowning (off-page)
  • "Whether the wizardry that serves a better end may always prove the stronger, we do not know. We hope."
  • "My lord, do nothing because it is righteous or praiseworthy or noble to do so; do nothing because it seems good to do so; do only that which you must do and which you cannot do in any other way."
  • The time might come, indeed, when he could, when he must, put on his father's crown and rule as prince of Enlad. But that seemed a small thing now, and his home a small place, and remote. There was no disloyalty in this. Only his loyalty had grown greater, being fixed upon a greater model and a broader hope.
  • "It is hard for a dragon to speak plainly. They do not have plain minds."