I read it when I was kid and loved it. I just reread it again this week after my cruise to Alaska to relive the sea life. I love the sailing adventures, love the description of the end of the world, and love the book.
However now I am an adult, I realized at the end of the book that C. S. Lewis actually created Aslan as the Narnia version of Jesus Christ... which makes this book somehow Christian. Therefore I am a little bit disappointed....Continua
This book stands out among the rest of the Narnia books as being the one most full of adventures, one most unpredictable. In most other fantasy books you expect to see some kind of great battle or showdown at the end, but not this one. There isn't even a proper climax. But the imagination, the intrigue, and the surprise that C. S. Lewis offers in this book more than make up for the lack of bloodshed usually found elsewhere....Continua
I have this book since I was at teenage. I read many times and I still discover new meaning every time. This is a fantasy story with wisdom worth to ponder on.