The Other Side of the Wardrobe Door

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe ~ C.S. Lewis

Hi readers!

The next book in the Narnia series is called The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and tells the story of four children who find their way into the enchanted world of Narnia through a wardrobe…

Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy have been sent away because of air raids to a great house in the country owned by an old Professor. When the children are exploring the house, they come across a wardrobe, which Lucy, the youngest, sneaks into and discovers the land of Narnia, where she meets a friendly faun (half man, half goat) who tells her that an evil witch has cast a spell on Narnia so that it is always winter and never Christmas. But when Lucy tells her siblings about it, they don’t believe her, until one day, they hide in the wardrobe and all topple out into the snowy wood of Narnia. Lucy takes them to the house of her faun friend, but when they arrive he is not there, and they set out on a journey to find Aslan the Lion, the only one who can rescue the faun, and destroy the witch once and for all…

This book is just as good as the first! The illustrations are beautiful and the storyline is magical. These books are flawless!! One line that I liked in the book was “And Edmund, for the first time in this story, felt sorry for someone besides himself” because Edmund was always quite mean and selfish in the story, but he slowly begins to become a better person. I really liked Lucy because she’s the youngest (like me!) and she is always lovely and sweet. This is a beautiful book that isΒ very well written and I recommend it for all ages!

Simi Star rating: ***** (5 stars)

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