Brand : C S Lewis Adapted By Scout Driggs

The Chronicles of Narnia - the Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe - the Creatures of Narnia

Amazon customer |


I haven't read it since i was a child, i'm reading it to my children now, and it's every bit as magical as it was the first go around.

Morris e. graham |

Very, very good

C.s. lewis writes an alegory of the struggle between good and evil, repesented by aslan (the lion) who is actually jesus, and the witch being satan. follow the struggle against the witch of the "four sons and daughters of adam" to a dramatic showdown and conclusion with the final battle as aslan returns to narnia.the book plainly shows "that there is no greater love than a man lays down his life for his friend."


Amber's opinion

I liked the lion, the witch, and the wardrobe because of the adventure and exictment of just reading the book. i would also recommend not reading the series in order. i think this book would make a great little kid book, but older kids would like it too, and grown ups also. i think more people should read this book.