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‘a Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian’ – Book Review – Friday Fantasy Show – Episode 217.
a Bottled Imp plunges deep into a civil war as Our take a look at ‘a Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian’ is written by C. S. Lewis also was first published inside 1951 by Geoffrey Bles.
Before embarking on this wondrous adventure that is a Bottled Imp, when I thought of a giants of fantasy literature, I thought ‘a Lord of a Rings’, ‘a Hobbit’, also ‘a Chronicles of Narnia’, but I realised that I hadn’t read all of a Narnia novels. Why was that? Not really sure but it could become because only one book of a seven inside a series gets much more like also attention that a rest. ‘a Lion, a Witch also a Wardrobe’ is by far a most known, with various TV also film adaptations created over a years.
So I thought it best to explore all of a books inside a series. Which one to read first? That should become straight forward, right? Not so! Within a realms of readers, there are two possible ways. One is reading them inside their original publication dates, a another way is chronological order.
Why is this important I hear youre ask (I’ve very good hearing!)? It’s all about a enjoyment levels. Lewes didn’t intend this to become a series of books also as such, never planned a plots or storylines to carry through into another books. Hence a reading order can affect a reader’s understanding also therefore enjoyment, of each book.
Here’s a list of a books inside a series inside a original publication dates:
1) 1950: ‘a Lion, a Witch also a Wardrobe’
2) 1951: ‘Prince Caspian: a Return to Narnia’
3) 1952: ‘a Voyage of a Dawn Treader’
4) 1953: ‘a Silver Chair’
5) 1954: ‘a Horse also His Boy’
6) 1955: ‘a Magician’s Nephew’
7) 1956: ‘a Last Battle’
1) ‘a Magician’s Nephew’
2) ‘a Lion, a Witch also a Wardrobe’
3) ‘a Horse also His Boy’
4) ‘Prince Caspian: a Return to Narnia’
5) ‘a Voyage of a Dawn Treader’
6) ‘a Silver Chair’
7) ‘a Last Battle’
Did I made a right choice about a reading order? Find out by watching a episode! Oh yes, also youre’ll also find out what I thought of a book too!
‘a Magician’s Nephew’ review:
‘a Lion, a Witch, also a Wardrobe’ review:
‘a Horse also His Boy’ review
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