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Lewis's work has cast a spell over countless readers over the years, so that once we pick up The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, we don't want to stop until we've read the whole series. The Complete Chronicles makes it even easier to keep reading! The seven beloved stories have been arranged in the chronological order in which Lewis intended them to be read. Begin at the beginning, as Digory and Polly are tricked into a strange other world, which becomes, even as they watch, the great Narnia. Return again and again with four other children--Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy--who are to play such a vital role in Narnia's history. Finally, enter the whimsical land one last time to witness the end of Time, and the beginning of something new: "world within world, Narnia within Narnia." This gorgeous volume is absolutely a must-have for current and future Narnia lovers. (All ages) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The stories in these books are wonderful, full of adventure and magic.
This book is second in a series called "The Chronicles of Narnia", which happens to be one of the only children's stories written by C.S. Lewis.
I read these books as a child and now my 12 year old daughter is reading the series for the 3rd time.
This is the second set of this wonderful series we have purchased. The kids love to take them alone on family road adventures and they tend to be left behind at restaurant tables... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by W. Sabater
Very good book. Magical experience to read. Awesome characters and story. Unique style of writing. Brought the book to life.Published 1 day ago by Deborra
I guess this is just what I wanted, since it is a Christmas present for my granddaughter. I'll know the impact (good or bad) when she starts reading it.Published 3 days ago by patton
I'm very pleased with my Chronicles of Narnia book set. All the books are in good condition still, and they are a great size for me. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Lydia Gale
As a theologian (Ph.D. in Biblical Studies), I'm continually impressed at just how subtle Lewis's theology is in the Chronicles series. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Clint Cozier