One of the great peaks of this story is when Lucy -quite alone - recognises Aslan. She tells the others, but they don't believe her. Then, later, having not succeeded in getting to Aslan's place their own way, they have admit defeat and return - yet, again, only Lucy can recognise Aslan. Gradually the others are able to see him. Lewis develops a wonderful picture of faith as the story builds up in intensity....Continua
Ok, I've only read the first four books of the Chronicles of Narnia to date, but this one is by far the worst. The story seems pointless and Prince Caspian is hardly involved. "The Horse and His Boy" is a much better read.