Prince Caspian (Chronicles of Narnia, #2)
Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are mysteriously transported back to Narnia where they discover that it has been hundred's of years since their reign as Kings and Queens of the land ended. Cair Paravel, the castle where they lived, is in ruins and the evil King Miraz has taken charge. Along... show more
Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are mysteriously transported back to Narnia where they discover that it has been hundred's of years since their reign as Kings and Queens of the land ended. Cair Paravel, the castle where they lived, is in ruins and the evil King Miraz has taken charge. Along with their old friend Prince Caspian they race to overthrow the King, calling on the help of Aslan and his trusty follower, Reepicheep the mouse. Once again we are taken back to the magical lands of Narnia in the clever, ironic and fantastical Prince Caspian, the fourth book in the Chronicles of Narnia. This edition, published in celebration of the centenary of CS Lewis, is a highly collectible addition to any treasured Narnia library. With hand-coloured illustrations by Pauline Baynes exquisitely capturing the pure essence of Narnia, this edition of Prince Caspian will live long in the memory and on the bookshelf. --Susan Harrison
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 28th 1970
Publisher: Macmillan Publishing Company/Collier Books
Pages no: 216
Edition language: English
Series: The Chronicles of Narnia (Publication Order) -7 (#2)
I have an impression of each book in my head, and it turns out those impressions are mostly wrong. For some reason I remember Prince Caspian as being a lot of walking in the woods, when in fact the characters don't spend that much time walking in the woods at all. This is one of my favorite in the...
Hello and welcome to another post from me yay!!! Well, as you all can tell I am doing yet another review on The Chronicles of Narnia Series! This time I am reviewing "Prince Caspian" of course by Mr. Lewis. So, bare with me as I review this one and when I finish the last three. Then we can all go wh...
An interesting story (I'll have to add a complete review later.)
Depending on how one counts things, this is either the second or the fourth book in the Narnia series. I didn't grow up reading the Chronicles of Narnia, so don't have the attachment to them that I do for, say Dr. Doolittle. While we did read Narnia to our kids, I believe I only got bits and snatche...
***Spoiler alert*** My Narnia posts pretty much presume that either you have already read the entire chronicles, or you don’t care about spoilers. It is impossible to discuss the whole series without spoiling the various parts of it. Fair warning – you will learn a lot about the plots by reading o...