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message 1: by Namratha (new)

Namratha Fantastic summary!...I wanted to write a review too but was bubbling over with too many points that I wanted to add....and an unholy mish-mash THAT would be!

Yours was just right....succinct and informative.


message 2: by Jaclyn (new)

Jaclyn Why, thank you very much! =)


message 3: by Matt (new)

Matt Taylor hey, awesome review :) i fell in love with Narnia when i decided to read all seven, two years ago, for the first time. Just to say i reckon there's a lot of Christianity in Prince Caspian. I think it portrays the world we live in now. Many people think all the legends were just so long ago they can't possibly be true and there's no point believing in Aslan, etc (except in our world it's Jesus). But it turns out that everything isn't a myth, it's real, more real than you could ever imagine. It's also a time of war and tension (a reason why many atheists believe there cannot possibly be a God, because if there was, God would step in) but you just need to have faith that he will act in his own time, and eventually Aslan does. the story's about faith :)


message 4: by Jaclyn (new)

Jaclyn Thanks for the comment, Matt! =) You make a great point about Prince Caspian and one that I haven't really thought about before. This illustrates exactly what I mean about the deeper, complex meaning revealing itself all the time! I think your comment could pertain to The Voyage of the Dawn Treader as well. Now I want to go back and re-read both!


message 5: by Megan (new)

Megan Melanson I am reading the book now but I have watched the movie like a GAZILIAN times.


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