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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

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  • Posted April 15, 2009

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    This book is a must read!!

    The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a very exiting and adventurous book. It is the 2nd book out of a series of seven. It is a book that is good to read by yourself, with friends, with family, or even your class in school.

    When I first looked at the title, I had no clue what to expect, I personally like books like because it doesn't give away the book before you even read it. Although most titles don't give away the book, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe has 3 things in the title that have nothing in common. If you took a minute to think, you probably couldn't think of too many ways those 3 things could be intertwined into an action-packed story such as this one.

    I also like how it doesn't start out dull like most books do. This book starts out with plane's dropping bombs. In most books you have to wait until about half way through the book to get that kind of action. And it's not like the beginning is great and then the rest of the book is dull. It will keep you entertained all throughout the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2005

    I loved the book.

    My teacher read me the book in second grade.She showed us the movie too.

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  • Posted January 26, 2009

    The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

    The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is the first book out of the seven in the Narnia series. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is a story about four siblings named Lucy, Edmund, Susan and Peter. The children must leave their hometown London because of the bombings and move to a professor house. On a rainy day the children decide to play hide and seek, Lucy hides in a wardrobe. The steps in and is taken to Narina. Lucy finds out that Narnia is under rule by the witch. Later Ed goes to Narina and is persuaded by the white witch to bring his siblings to her. Then Ed brings his brother and sisters to Narnia, but before they can go to the white witch they find out she is evil. Edmund doesn¿t believe it and goes to the white witch and tells her the location of his siblings. The white witch sends her police to get them and she locks Ed in jail. Her police chase after the children but fail to get them. Later the 3 children meet Father Christmas and get weapons and a potion. The children continue their quest for Aslan the lion. When they find Aslan they are happy to be safe, but find out their there brother is captured by the white witch. They later rescue him, but the law of Narnia makes Ed go back to the white witch and is to be executed. Aslan decides to go in Ed's place instead. This leaves Peter alone in charge of Aslan's army to fight the white witch. <BR/> My favorite thing about this book is the detail and the word chocie. I think C.S. Lewis did a great job of scenery and setting it almost feels like you¿re in the story. I also like how Aslan resembles Jesus. For example hes, an omniscient, strong and good character who all ways does what is right, and sacrifices for the weak. Another thing about this book is that it is good for all ages. Pretty much anyone who reads this story will enjoy it. I consider it a Free vacation.

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