Title: Prince Caspian
Author: C.S. Lewis
Series: The Chronicles of Narnia, 4/7
Genre: Adventure, Allegorical, Classics, Fantasy, Middle Grade, YA
Publisher: Harper Collins
Release Date: October 15th, 1951
Note: This post reviews the fourth book of The Chronicles of Narnia series. You may like to read the first three books in the series, The Magician’s Nephew, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy before reading this review.
For seven weeks, I will be reviewing The Chronicles of Narnia, a classic in my opinion. I’ve lost track of how many times I have read these books. Hopefully my reviews will give you a glimpse of why I love these books so much, and maybe even convince you to read them if you haven’t already.
Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy – the children from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe who became kings and queens of Narnia – are suddenly summoned back to Narnia in a time of great need.
Prince Caspian – the rightful king of Narnia – must flee for his life when his uncle, the usurper, has a child of his own. It is up to the four Pevensie siblings to help the young prince take back his throne and restore Narnia to its former glory. But Caspian’s uncle will not give up the throne without a fight to the death.
I love getting to return to Narnia in this book, only to find that it has changed over hundreds of years since The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. There are new elements mixed in with the old.
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