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Prince Caspian (The Chronicles of Narnia, Book 4) by C. S. Lewis

By C. S. Lewis

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Narnia . . . the place animals speak . . . the place timber stroll . . . the place a conflict is set to begin.

A prince denied his rightful throne gathers a military in a determined try to rid his land of a fake king. yet after all, it's a conflict of honor among males on my own that would come to a decision the destiny of a complete world.

Prince Caspian is the fourth publication in C.S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia, a sequence that has turn into a part of the canon of vintage literature, drawing readers of every age right into a magical land with unforgettable characters for over fifty years. this can be a stand-alone novel, but when you need to see extra of Lucy and Edmund’s adventures, learn The Voyage of the sunrise Treader, the 5th e-book within the Chronicles of Narnia.

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The garden was the centre of the universe, and within its walls lay the whole world, Edenesque. What else counted outside the dry stone walls of Magna? I stared at my fellow passengers and wondered if any of them had had as extraordinary an afternoon as I had. I felt so restless, I had to sir on my hands for fear I might burst with wanting to talk about everything. Aunt Clare, more than anyone else I had met, seemed instinctively to understand how living in a house like Magna was a double-edged sword.

How futile. ’ ‘No. ’ ‘Worse and worse,’ said Aunt Clare cheerfully. ‘There is no sight so depressing as the English trying to dress French. ’ Neither Charlotte nor myself ventured to ask her how she should know, but I, for one, didn’t doubt her expertise on the subject. I ate more toast and studied Charlotte. I had never seen a face that altered so much with movement. When she talked, her face took on a slightly lascivious, amused expression, yet when she was listening and still, she looked wide-eyed and innocent, as if an impure thought had never entered her head.

She persisted. ’ cried Charlotte, her voice heavy with disappointment. ‘How terminally dull. Funny, I didn’t have you marked as one of those. Harry’s addicted to the stuff, can’t get enough. ’ There was a pause. ‘I think jazz is rather important,’ I said pompously, but Charlotte said nothing. I can tell her. I thought. She’ll understand. I took a deep breath. ‘But I — I rather prefer, well, actually, I am utterly and completely dedicated to — to — Johnnie Ray,’ I admitted. There. I had said it.

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