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Tales of Narnia: The Magician's Nephew; the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe; the Horse and His Boy
Tales of Narnia The Magician's Nephew the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe the Horse and His Boy
Author: C. S. Lewis
ISBN-13: 9780001857193
ISBN-10: 0001857193
Pages: 64
Edition: New Ed
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Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Hardcover
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This, I think, was the best Narnia book, as its motivations were the truest and purest and it offered the explanations for the beginnings of so much in the future books with which we are already so familiar. Funny how Lewis turns the tables on this one -- the pursuit of an apple for a *good* reason by a man, for a woman.
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I like it. Even a quick read for adults. Good lead in for the Narnia trilogy.
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This is the beautiful story of how the land of Narnia was created. I'm glad I read it before diving into the series (there are two different philosophies as to how the Chronicles are arranged, and one of them has this one as the first book).
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Reading this now with the religious aspect in mind, the symbolism is very clear and very strong in this book, and also the entire series. Excellent and well-written.
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Beginning of the classic, "Chronicles of Narnia." This was not one of my favorites but it lays down some interesting background to the other stories and presents the introduction of evil into the world of Narnia.
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