Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are returning to boarding school when they are summoned from the dreary train station (by Susan's own magic horn) to return to the land of Narnia, the land where they had ruled as kings and queens and where their help is desperately needed.
This was the second book written in The Chronicles of Narnia. It now stands as the fourth book in the series.
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"This is an audio page-turner that will have you sitting in the car after you reach your destination just to hear the end of the chapter. Lynn Redgrave delivers a lively interpretation of the adventure, with a cultured British accent and nuances that give every character a unique voice." (AudioFile)
I have experienced this book in many different forms from the pbs movies to the modern movie to a dramatization of the book. The form for which Lewis wrote it is obviously better than all because his mind is not to be compared. I hear and read his thoughts and want to write like he writes and experience like he experienced fantastic worlds, and his child like ways. He was a genius.
It is not a good performance I would like someone else it should have a good performer I did hate the performer it is a very good book but a very bad performance
C. S. Lewis is such s wonderful writer that now that I've stumbled upon these books in audio form I think I'm going to end up listening to them all straight through. I liked the make narrator who did The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe book a little better than this narrator, but this one was wonderful as well and she made the book very enjoyable.
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