Finally, I have arrived at the end of The Chronicles of Narnia. So join me for a review on C. S. Lewis last installment of adventures in a magical world!
The last king of Narnia has to face an unbelievable evil. An imposter of Aslan is about to destroy Narnia forever. All the animals live in fear and Narnia is on the brink of being conquered by Calormenes. Is there a way to safe everybody? And which part will Jill and Eustace play in this adventure?
Well, well, I finally finished the last book. To be honest, the entire series didn’t impress me too much and I’m really glad I’m done now.
This part started off rather interesting but as the story continued it got weirder all the time. Continue reading
Today I want to write about The Magician’s Nephew by C. S. Lewis. In publication order it is the sixth installment of The Chronicles of Narnia. In reading order it would be the first.
With this book, C. S. Lewis tells us about the creation of Narnia and where the evil witch Jadis came from.
It all begins when Digory and Polly start playing together and accidentally stumble into a study. It turns out it belongs to Digory’s uncle how is a rather mischievous person. He tricks the children into putting on some rings that -as it turns out- transport them to a place in between the worlds. When the step through the portal the accidentally wake Jadis from her sleep and she quickly decides that she wants to rule the world… Continue reading
As I continue my way through the Chronicles of Narnia, I reached the point without movie adaptations. Actually there was supposed to be one for The Silver Chair, but unfortunately nothing ever was heard again about that.
So let’s get the imagination going and head straight for Narnia!
Eustace, the now rather nice cousin of the Pevensies, is drawn back into Narnia. This time he is accompanied by Jill, a girl he goes to school with. Before long, the two kids have to go on a dangerous mission: Find the lost Prince of Narnia, Caspian’s son.
First of all, I was very pleased to find out that Aslan wasn’t too present in this book. After the first three installments I was rather annoyed that whenever a problem arises he simple steps in and basically without doing anything saves the day (in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader this happened in almost every other chapter…) Continue reading
As you probably read by now, I’m reading my way through the Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. Finally I also found the time to check out the (so far) last movie adaptation that was made. It’s The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the third installment.
Lucy and Edmund are pretty annoyed: they have to spent the summer with their rather awful cousin Eustace. An adventure seems to be at hand, when the three kids get sucked into a painting and find themselves on board of the Dawn Treader, Caspian’s ship.
As it turns out, the young king is searching for seven lords that had been sent into exile by his uncle. Of course the Pevensie kids are stoked to help, but what about Eustace? Continue reading
As you might remember, I wrote a Book vs. Movie post on The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe some time ago. As I really enjoyed both the novel and the adaptation, I immediately kept on reading. Well, but due to the fact that I’m currently reading three different book series at once, I completely forgot to write a post on Prince Caspian!
But is it even as good as the first installment? Let’s find out!
The Pevensie children returned to their normal lives. The time in Narnia almost seems like a dream, until one day the kids get a strange feeling. Something is pulling them back to Narnia. To their shock they discover that centuries have passed since they left and the Narnia they used to know is nothing but a fairytale.
Soon before long Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy find out that it was Prince Caspian who called for them. He’s a young man, betrayed by his uncle who wanted the throne to himself. So the Pevensies team up with Prince Caspian to free the old Narnian people. An epic battle is about to be fought… Continue reading
Hello guys! As promised, I have some more Book vs. Movie posts in store.
The one I want to talk about today is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe from the series The Chronicles of Narnia. C. S. Lewis famous book was turned into a film in 2005 and now I finally found the time to check out both, novel and movie!
The Pevensie children, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are sent to the country as WWII makes it too dangerous for them to stay in London. Soon after the kids arrive a their new home the explore the surroundings. That’s when the youngest of them, Lucy, discovers a huge wardrobe that leads to the mystical land of Narnia, where lots of marvellous creatures live and animals can talk. At first her siblings don’t want to believe her, but soon they all find themselves in Narnia, fighting the battle of their lives… Continue reading