This was the fourth book written in The Chronicles of Narnia. It now stands as the sixth book in the series.
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Darker, perilous, fantastic
The moment that moves me is when Rilian returns home after been rescued and his father King Caspian sees him one last time before he dies.
This is a darker journey in the Narnia series, but it has a beautiful and humorous ending. Well narrated by Jeremy Northam.
This is a wonderful series of recordings with Michael Hordern narrating accompanied by beautifully atmospheric music. The story is one of the better in the series with one child from the Voyage of the Dawn Treader and one new child. Its a more exciting adventure than Voyage of the Dawn Treader with both children being likeable. The story has some slightly more serious themes than the previous books, in particular (without giving too much away), the Giants whose diet is less than appealing.
All in all, a lovely story beautifully read.
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