The Farthest Shore

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The Farthest Shore
AuthorUrsula K. Le Guin
Cover artistGail Garraty[1]
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
SeriesEarthsea
GenreFantasy, Bildungsroman
PublisherAtheneum Books
Publication date
1972
Media typePrint (hardcover & paperback)
Pages223 pp (first edition)[1]
ISBN0-689-30054-9 [1]
OCLC481359
Preceded byThe Tombs of Atuan 
Followed byTehanu 

The Farthest Shore is the third in a series of books that are written by Ursula K. Le Guin. The book was first published in 1972, and follows on from The Tombs of Atuan. It inspired the Studio Ghibli animated movie Tales from Earthsea. It won the 1973 National Book Award for Children's Books.

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