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Pullman, author of the His Dark Materials trilogy, holds a copy of its concluding volume, The Amber Spyglass. The first book of a new series will be published in Fall 2017. Max Nash/Associated Press hide caption

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Author Philip Pullman Announces A Follow-Up Trilogy To 'His Dark Materials'

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'The Golden Compass' Turns 20 (Its Daemon Has Probably Settled)

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Philip Pullman Rewrites The Brothers Grimm

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Jesus' Twin: Philip Pullman Takes On The Gospel

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Bizarre Soulmates: The Magic of 'His Dark Materials'

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