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Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby narnia56 » 29 Mar 2010, 19:26

This is the following book that C.S Lewis wrote:
1. The Magician's Nephew-Book 1
2. The Lion, the witch, and the Wardrobe- Book 2
3. The Horse and His Boy- Book 3
4. Prince Caspian- Book 4
5. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader- Book 5
6. The Silver Chair- Book 6
7. The Last Battle- Book 7
Characters: Peter (The oldest), Susan (The 2nd), Edmund (The 3rd), and Lucy (The youngest), Aslan (The Lion).

Please read the whole series of this book and enjoy it, as you remember the author of this book who died in 1963 and please left a post as you honor his (Intelligent) work. And thank you for reading his book. :smile:
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby narnia56 » 29 Mar 2010, 19:32

I did not really read the whole series I only read the, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe (Book 2) Hahaha! :lol:
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby narnia56 » 29 Mar 2010, 19:33

I love the story of "Narnia" it's the best!
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby LucyP » 02 Apr 2010, 15:38

Well, you should read the entire thing! It's marvelous!
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby carol » 06 Apr 2010, 01:32

You may be surprised to learn that the author didn't write the books labelled 1,2,3 etc (or in that order). He wrote them in a different order, and the majority of members on this forum consider it worth following the order in which he 'discovered' things about Narnia and its history.
This avoids you thinking 'what?' when he says he doesn't know something that you read in a chronologically earlier book. It allows you to discover Narnia through the eyes of the Pevensie children without any pre-conceived ideas.

The order is: LWW,PC, VDT, SC, MN, HHB (or HHB before MN), LB.

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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby Mr Hooper » 07 Apr 2010, 12:18

carol wrote:You may be surprised to learn that the author didn't write the books labelled 1,2,3 etc


Oh no! Don't tell me it was that darned Walter Hooper again. If this keeps up it might be to time to rename this website Out of the Bonfire: A Walter Hooper Website.
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby john » 07 Apr 2010, 14:32

Mr Hooper wrote:Oh no! Don't tell me it was that darned Walter Hooper again. If this keeps up it might be to time to rename this website Out of the Bonfire: A Walter Hooper Website.


Actually, I believe it was Macmillan, the American book publisher, who originally put numbers on the books. Then HarperCollins changed the numbering from "published order" to "Narnia chronological order".
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby carol » 10 Apr 2010, 00:25

Of course after the first time, you can read any of the books in any order!
Lots of people do find they like chronological best - for ongoing reading.
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby paminala » 10 Apr 2010, 14:17

Maybe it's just me, but when reading all of them in series I always liked Magician's Nephew first. I'm not sure why, it just seems to lay a bit of foundation.
All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.
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Re: Do you want to enjoy some more about "Narnia"?

Postby narnia56 » 12 Apr 2010, 17:03

You can just call me Sarah as (narnia56 dont call me to this name ok?) :lol:


I sometimes skip some series and guess what I have all the series.....of narnia. Yahoo!!



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