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The Last Battle: Book 7 in the Chronicles of Narnia Paperback – 1976
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It was described as being "Used - Good", but it arrived in excellent condition (no noticeable tears on the book itself with only slight page wear). This version came with a book jacket which is identical to the hard cover itself, so I threw away the jacket which was well worn. Also, the book description says "text only", which is strange, because this copy has tons of the original illustrations in full-color (I'll try to post pictures soon).
I feel like I hit the jackpot with this purchase and I highly encourage everyone to get this copy ASAP, because I've noticed the price of the "all-in-one" books skyrocketing lately (Barnes and Noble used to have a "leather"-bound copy for $20 three years ago which is $100 now). I sure hope these books don't go out of print, but if they do, you'll be glad you purchased this particular version, because it'll be passed down the family.
The art on the outter box is beautiful on all sides, with a little read up at the top. For paperbacks, I believe this is the way to go! Highly recommended!
My only complaint is with the publisher's ordering. They think, just because it's chronological order, it's the proper order. This is not the case. C.S. Lewis preferred them to be in the order he wrote them, so in order to read them in the intended order, you have to skip around the book. The back cover of the book has the audacity to say that this publication is C.S. Lewis's preferred order, but it simply is not true.
I really liked Prince Caspian. There is a lot of action. It is fun to see how things have changed over the many Narnian years since the children were last there. I recommend it.