This was the fifth book written in The Chronicles of Narnia. It now stands as the third book in the series.
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As I love 'The Chronicles of Narnia' and this is part of them, I would always read it in its place in the series. It is not my favourite book in the Chronicles, but it is an important part.
My comment above really covers this question. I think it is important to read the Chronicles in the order in which the events happen in Narnia, so this book cannot be skipped.
One thing I enjoyed was having a different reader for each of the 7 books. For me that added a lot of interest and quality.
I haven't heard Alex Jennings narrate anything else.
This would have to be the moment when Shasta/Cor and his father are reunited.
The book keeps the story of Narnia alive and moves it onward. Read/listen to it.
This book was so beautifully written and so easy to listen to. The way it was written JUST SUPERB. I was mesmorized by the way the author wrote every word. Before I new it, it was finished.
"Horse and his Boy My favourite CS Lewis book"
AS always great story and adventure of Narnian tales. All are standalone stories or can be read in conjunction with the rest in the series. Very easy read. I prefer the audio books as I usually listen whilst travelling and cannot read and travel whatever vehicle I travel in, usually by train.
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