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The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis
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Aug 08, 2011

really liked it

I've loved the Chronicles of Narnia ever since I was a little girl. The Silver Chair isn't my absolute favorite in the series for the simple fact that it's a little dark, but a great book all the same!

The Silver Chair continues the story of Narnia when Eustace Scrubb, along with his classmate Jill Pole, are whisked into Narnia to help find Prince Rilian (King Caspian's son who had been kidnapped years before). Their adventure leads them into the deep, dark Narnia, in the grip of the evil Queen of Underland, where they prove they're Narnians through and through in order to break the evil queen's enchantment.

Secret messages, action, adventure, new friendships, giants, marsh-wiggles, and of course loads of symbolism for the simple fact that it's C.S. Lewis. This book has it all! Definitely recommend this book, and the series for that matter. If you're going to read the series, I also recommend reading them in order.

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