Prince Caspian book

    • by Joelle
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      This book is probably the most action packed of all the books, it focuses on the new Prince of Narnia rising to his foretold throne. The story ends happily, even though the children have to return to their world as usual. The only really very sad part of the book is,

      the children have returned only one year later in their world, but in Narnia it has been over thirteen-hundred years. The children are broken hearted, but at the same time they are just happy to be back in their magical world.

      The characters are so developed in this book, that you really ...


      • do forget that you aren’t actually there with them. It is a great work of fantasy and fiction, though it feels so real, I can’t believe that it isn’t. Whenever I read this book, it really makes me wonder if C.S. Lewis went to Narnia, because there is no way that
        a man could come up with all this.

        All that I can say, is that you have to read this book. It is one of my very favorites, along with the entire series. It is magical, adventurous, and absolutely beautiful in every aspect. I cannot recommend another series nearly as highly.

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