Here comes another good book review, this time about the final instalment of the Chronicles of Narnia, The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis. A few months ago, I also read the first and most popular book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. 320 more words
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Whether you read in publishing order or the chronological order, this book will always be the last. Because the title tells all. This is the Last Battle. 903 more words
This is the sixth by reading order, but fourth by publication.
Eustace is back and he’s taken new friend Jill Pole along with him. Eustace has changed after his last adventure and everyone at school has noticed. 911 more words
We’re on to the fifth book, if you’re going by reading order. This was published as the third.
With Susan and Peter not featuring in Narnia adventures anymore, having grown to the stage where Aslan deems them too old, it was time to bulk up the group somehow. 1,270 more words
Fourth by reading order, second to be published. Prince Caspian is effectively the follow up to The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. This is also one of the more tragic of the set. 1,154 more words
Fifth in publication order, but third in reading order, The Horse and His Boy is the only one of it’s kind to tell a story from the time of Narnia’s Golden Age. 920 more words
This is the most well known and most adapted of the seven chronicles. It was also intended to be the only one. C.S.Lewis had an image of a faun with an umbrella by a lamp post. 2,037 more words