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megnews
The Magician's Nephew | Clive Staples Lewis
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Pickpick

Behind #AdventRecommends door #3 is The Chronicles of Narnia series. If you want a wintery read, try the first written, The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe. If you want to see how it all began, check out The Magician‘s Nephew, my favorite in the series.

IndoorDame These editions are the ones I grew up with, and I still love the cover art so much! 7d
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AnansiGirl
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Lucy, Edmund, and their reluctant cousin reunite with Prince Caspian sailing the seas to beautiful and sinister islands in search long lost Narnia lords.

#lasislabonita #MOvember @Cinfhen

Linsy Pretty 1mo
AnansiGirl @Linsy the boxed set is going on my wishlist. Each of the covers are so pretty! ❤️ (edited) 1mo
Cinfhen That really is a striking cover 1mo
AnansiGirl @Cinfhen I‘m thinking about buying Dawn Treader and the others on payday! 1mo
Cinfhen I‘m kind of glad my Kindle isn‘t in color...otherwise I‘d be buying a lot more books at full kindle price. Now I just wait for #DailyDeals because the black & white covers aren‘t very attractive. 1mo
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MommyWantsToReadHerBook
The Last Battle | C. S. Lewis
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Pickpick

I've been needing easy, comforting reads lately and remembered that all the Narnia books are on my Kindle. I can never really pick a favourite... I enjoyed this one so much again, got all emotional again. Just beautiful.

Clare-Dragonfly I‘ve been rereading the Narnia books too. They‘re perfect for before bed because they‘re so familiar and comforting. ❤️ 1mo
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abbychlosta
The Last Battle | C. S. Lewis

“As He spoke, He no longer looked to them like a lion.“

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abbychlosta
The Last Battle | C. S. Lewis

There was so much going on in just the summary alone I don't think I could handle the whole book. It really just wasn't doing it for me.

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abbychlosta
The Last Battle | C. S. Lewis
Panpan

The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis is a piece of modern fantasy. It was written in 1956. This is a book in the Chronicles of Narnia. There is an ominous presence in Narnia and a lot of weird things have been happening so the people there try to come up with solutions, but then they end up summoning something that they shouldn't have. A lot was going on in the summary alone, it was hard to keep up with it. I don't think I would ever read this.

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JenFowler
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Pickpick

So good! It's true to me that this series is as iconic as Harry Potter or Lord of the Rings. The underlying themes of virtue and good vs evil resonates deeply. I love Aslan.
Finding out how the story all began is so satisfying.
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#GreatAmericanRead

Ruthiella I haven‘t read them all but I do particularly love this one! Especially for how the lamppost is explained!😀 2mo
JenFowler @Ruthiella Me too!! I'm starting from the beginning in this series...this book made me feel so happy. Excited to re-experience this world. 🤗 2mo
megnews This was my favorite of the series. ❤️ Narnia! 2mo
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sarabellini

“One always feel better when one has made up one's mind.“
“They have chosen cunning instead of belief. Their prison is only in their minds, yet they are in that prison; and so afraid of being taken in that they cannot be taken out.“

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sarabellini

I like how the battles were a test to see who would remain faithful until the end. The people who could see through Shift's deception were rewarded by being allowed entry into Aslan's true Narnia, the land of believers. Whereas, the Calormene people follow a more spiteful god. I like the good vs. evil battles in this novel and how the stories are retellings of Bible stories.

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sarabellini
Pickpick

This book tells the last battle of Narnia and the end of the world there. An ape named Shift persuades a sweet, innocent Donkey named Puzzle to dress in a lion costume and impersonate Aslan. Shift uses deception to increase his power and wealth, eventually cutting down the talking trees and convincing several Narnians to serve the Calormenes.