Desperate to escape a harsh and narrow regime, two runaways unwittingly flee headlong into the centre of a terrible battle. This first sequel to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe includes all the hallmarks of its famous predecessor, though this time the fate of Narnia is wound up in the lives of its own children, and a talking horse!This was the fifth book written in The Chronicles of Narnia. It now stands as the third book in the series.More
We've sent an email with your order details. Order ID #:
To access this title, visit your library in the app or on the desktop website.
From Slavery to Freedom
Alex Jennings just takes you through it so naturally and his narration is excellent
The council in the Tisroc's house and the council between the Narnians which Shasta overheard.
I remember a teacher reading this book to us when I was nearly thirteen and I found it rather dull, perhaps because of the way the Calormenes speak. However, when I was twenty, I tried it again, persevered and enjoyed it.
This story is different to the others, in that no children get into Narnia from our own world, but it has an excellent storyline. Besides the story, Lewis throws in ettiquette for children, such as its being wrong to listen behind doors, and that a boy ought to love his father.
- Derek Thorburn
Chronicles of Narnia: Part 3
- D. Lawson