Here we see a talking horse helping out a boy who is lost. Instead of telling the story from the perspective of the boy, we see it from the horse's perspective. We see a young orphan making his way across a country wondering why people keep wanting to catch him. We see the kids from the ‘Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ as adults leading as they talk about at the end of that book. We see Arsheesh coming back and playing the prophet/Christ figure in the story. In the end it’s a good story for kids to listen to.
I would highly recommend this. This is the best unabriged audio version of this book. Our entire family gets drawn in every time someone turns it on.
I love how the story brings everything together toward the end, and the action, while not shy of danger, is not gory. The style is well suited for boys and girls of many ages.
Toward the end, the main character is shown how he was cared for all along, though he had seen it as nothing but trouble. The time his eyes are opened is rather moving.
this is a favorite series, I realy enjoyed listening to it and the reader did an excelent job to actualy draw me into the story.
This might be my favorite of the Narnia series but all are good and a must read. I absolutely LOVED the narration by Alex Jennings! I wish he narrated all in the series - and all of my favorite audio books!
My son and I enjoyed reading/listening to it, but we enjoyed LWW & MN much better. Perhaps this story will become clearer after reading Silver Chair & Last Battle (books 6 & 7).
Yes, This is classic lewis
There are no comparisons.
Not if I can avoid it. His impression of women speaking frankly freaks me out and when he does other impressions you cannot understand what he is saying. I think clarity is more important than his attempt at impression
Already has them
I would like to see this done by another narrator.