The Last Battle
For the first time, an edition of Lewis's classic fantasy fiction packaged specifically for adults. Complementing the look of the author's non-fiction books, and anticipating the forthcoming Narnia feature films, this edition contains an exclusive 'P.S.' section about the history of the book,... show more
For the first time, an edition of Lewis's classic fantasy fiction packaged specifically for adults. Complementing the look of the author's non-fiction books, and anticipating the forthcoming Narnia feature films, this edition contains an exclusive 'P.S.' section about the history of the book, plus a round-up of the first six titles.
Publish date: 2005
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: The Chronicles of Narnia (Publication Order) -7 (#7)
Friends, I'm not going to lie, this is a weird book. But I remember liking it the first time I read it. I stayed up late to finish it. There's something about the descriptions of the new lands at the end that I found captivating. Same thing happened to me on this reread. But the rest of the book i...
Dit is echt het allerslechtste einde van een serie ooit Ik ben een beetje overstuur van dit laatste deel... Dit is geen Narnia? Het vrolijke, kleurige Narnia vol avonturen.Het was niet zo avontuurlijk als de eerdere delen. Het had geen leuke karaktertrekjes of hele grappige momenten, zoals de eerde...
Hey everyone and how's it going? How is life? I'm doing pretty good myself. Plus, I'm excited to be sharing the last book review from The Chronicles of Narnia Series. Which is "The Last Battle" it's so good to finally finish!!! Well, I'll give a run down. Narnia has been in total chaos because the...
well...I knew this ending was coming since the moment Aslan told Lucy and Edmond they were never coming back to Narnia and what ever else he all said. I would like to have given it a 5, and can understand why people did, but for me it was the end of my childhood fantasy world. And it was ruined, I d...
~~Moved from GR~~ Oddly, this was always one of my favorite books in the series as a child. When rereading as an (agnostic) adult, it lost much of its appeal. C.S. Lewis continues his allegory of Christianity to the next logical step: the end of the world. The main characters here are actually som...
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