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The Chronicles of Narnia characters ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Å ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☃ The Chronicles of Narnia Author C.S. Lewis – Journeys to the end of the world fantastic creatures and epic battles between good and evil—what could any reader ask for in one book The boD in one impressive volume The books are presented here in chronlogical order each chapter graced with an illustration by the original artist Pauline Baynes Deceptively simple and direct The Chronicles of Narnia continue to captivate fans with adventures characters and truths that speak to readers of all ages even fifty years after they were first published. Overall I would give this book 3 stars Below I have provided specific ratingsreviews for each story At first I was skeptical about reading the book in chronological order as opposed to publication order Now that I look back at it it works well both ways I also had some trouble at first with the way the style of writing was presented but I got used to it pretty uickly The world of Narnia is well written and detailed thanks to CS Lewis I can safely say that I liked the introduction of every story But I just personally didn’t find it to be extremely appealing as a whole This book nonetheless will be someone else's treasure not mine I liked it but I just wasn’t too crazy about it The Magician’s Nephew 5 stars I would surely want to reread this story again in the near future Such an original plot I enjoyed every minute of it Getting to know the backstory and how Narnia was created was interesting to me Many people didn’t like how there were connections with Christianity but I found it to be uite creative There were a few metaphors between Adam Eve and the tree of wisdom Digory and Uncle Andrew were my favorite characters even though at times the uncle seemed uite cynical My favorite moment would have to the fight at the lamp post and how they escaped One uote that stood out to me was “What you see and what you hear depends a great deal on where you are standing It also depends on what sort of person you are”The Lion Witch and the Wardrobe 4 starsI liked these characters they engaged me throughout the whole story My favorite character were the two youngest ones Lucy and Edmund They seemed to always have something going on with them There was also human and animal interaction in this story than in the previous one but it’s interesting to read about Again there are several religious metaphors present in this story too It was pleasurable reading and seeing all the symbolism We also get to see of the magical world of Narnia in this story so that is exciting I had fun with this story The Horse and His Boy 2 stars This story started of interesting but I just wasn’t so captivated by the 4 main characters The concept is good but it just isn’t appealing to me The desert scene felt eternal to me and unexciting I did not hate it but I can’t say I liked it It was ok Compared to how great the previous two were this wasn’t on that levelPrince Caspian 3 stars In this story we are introduced to Prince Caspian and I must say he was a well written character The backstory about him and finding out how he commences his journey is interesting I seem to enjoy the introductions of each story uite immensely this one being one of my favorites The Voyage of the Dawn Treader 3 starsMy favorite part of this story was the involvement of the new character Eustace Even though he was portrayed negatively at first it was interesting viewing how he slowly changed The dragon scene was enjoyable to me I am not a big fan of all the other scenes they weren’t bad but just not mind blowing The Silver Chair 2 starsThe beginning of the novel was fun which is when Eustace and Jill embark on their new adventure They are sent on a mission and we read about their journey I found many parts dull This story didn’t have much of an impact on me The Last Battle 2 starsThis story ends the series of The Chronicles of Narnia There were several parallels to heaven and at first these religious metaphors didn’t bother me much in the previous strories but I just didn’t like how they were used here It felt like one part of the novel dealt with adventure while the other part dealt with religiongodcreation themes

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Journeys to the end of the world fantastic creatures and epic battles between good and evil what could any reader ask for in one book The book that has it all is The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe written in by Clive Staples Lewis But Lewis did not stop there Six books followed and together they became known as The Chronicles of NarniaFor the past fifty Th. I love Narnia Of course it's not perfect but they are such wonderful stories paving the way for so many other fantasy worlds that followed Sure they've got the allegorical Christian background and some of Lewis' wording and phrases wouldn't pass as politically correct now But if you can look past these small details Narnia is a truly magical place the stories iconic I will never forget them The Magicians Nephew By gum said Digory don't I just wish I was big enough to punch your headThe creation story of Narnia Young Polly and Diggory are swept up in the experiments of a magician attempting to find other worlds In doing so they discover the beginning of Narnia and so start off the tales The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe Course he isn't safe But he's good He's the king I tell youThe most well known of the Narnian chronicles Peter Susan Edmund and Lucy discover Narnia through the back of a wardrobe Their battles with the white witch are legendary The Horse and his Boy Do not by any means destroy yourself for if you live you may yet have good fortune but all the dead are dead alikeThis one though based when the Pevensie children are still in Narnia the focus is on two young Calormene children Shasta and Aravis Having both run away they seek a better life in Narnia becoming involved in a battle between the Narnians and the Calormenes Prince Caspian But things never happen the same way twice It has been hard for us all in Narnia before nowThe Pevensie children return to Narnia after a gap of several hundred years though to the children only 1 year of our time has passed They aid the rightful heir to the throne in his attempts to stop his evil uncle from destroying Narnia The Voyage of the Dawn TreaderA swashbuckling tale full of adventures Only Edmund and Lucy return this time taking with them their dreadful cousin Eustace They land on the deck of a ship with Prince Caspian on a journey to find 7 missing dukes The Silver Chair He was not a perfectly enormous giant; that is to say he was rather taller than an apple tree but nothing like so tall as a telegraph poleEustace returns with a school friend Jill To find the missing Prince whose disappearance has led to numerous others going missing in search of him Their journey takes them to the land of giants and to the world underground Also the best character Puddleglum the Marsh Wiggle is in this one I love himThe Last Battle All worlds draw to an end and that noble death is a treasure which no one is too poor to buyA fantastic conclusion An evil ape is using trickery and deceit to cause the Narnians to live in fear This is the battle to end all battles and none will be the same again 5 stars Narnia is a wonderful place with the most incredible cast of characters Like I said it certainly has flaws but its achievements overcome those big time All their life in this world and all their adventures in Narnia had only been the cover and the title page now at last they were beginning Chapter One of the Great Story which no one on Earth has read which goes on for ever in which every chapter is better than the one before

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The Chronicles of NarniaE Chronicles PDFEPUB or years The Chronicles of Narnia have transcended the fantasy genre to become part of the canon of classic literature Each of the seven books is a masterpiece drawing the reader into a land where magic meets reality and the result is a fictional world whose scope has fascinated generationsThis edition presents all seven books unabridge. uick review Terrific fantasy setting and storyline spoilt by extremely unsubtle allegory and as the story progresses excessive Christian preachiness Warning Racial stereotypes abound and may offendRecommended for adults who thrive in a Christian religious environment or those who can overlook these aspects totally and enjoy the story Not for gullible children unless accompanied by a discerning adult Detailed review I won't insult the intelligence of respected GoodReaders by giving a synopsis of the Narnia stories I don't think there will be many here who do not know this story even if you have not actually read the books The stories of the four Pevensie children who discover the magical land of Narnia through the back of a wardrobe is the stuff of legend in literary circles a land which they rule over as kings and ueens after freeing it from the enchantment of the White Witch under the benign yet firm supervision of Aslan the lionAs fantasies for children go this is a terrific universe filled with possibilities There are talking animals magical creatures from Greek mythology and English fairy lore and suitably satisfying and mysterious landscape worthy of exploration again and again So one feels that if only the author in C S Lewis had let himself go he could have produced something similar to the The Lord of the Rings Unfortunately he does not do that The author sublimates himself to the Christian so that the story becomes allegory and mostly allegory The spirit of gung ho adventure is coated over with sickly sweet preachiness which becomes so cloying towards the end that one almost feels like throwing upThis book contains the novels in the chronological order as regards the story1 The Magician's Nephew2 The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe3 The Horse and His Boy4 Prince Caspian5 The Voyage of the Dawn Treader6 The Silver Chair7 The Last BattleHowever the actual order in which the books were published is1 The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe2 Prince Caspian3 The Voyage of the Dawn Treader4 The Silver Chair5 The Magician's Nephew6 The Horse and His Boy7 The Last BattleIt seems that there is a hot dispute going on about the order in which the books should be read After reading them in the chronological seuence I would advise reading them in the seuence of publication IMO the last two The Horse and His Boy and The Last Battle are better left unread especially the last one More about that laterAslan the Lion is Christ this becomes evident in The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe itself view spoilerhe sacrifices himself to save Edmund Pevensie and is immediately resurrected hide spoiler