The Chronicles of Narnia (The Chronicles of Narnia (Publication Order) #1–7)

The Chronicles of Narnia (The Chronicles of Narnia (Publication Order) #1–7)

Journeys to the end of the world, fantastic creatures, and epic battles between good and evil?what more could any reader ask for in one book? The book that has it all is The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, written in 1949 by Clive Staples Lewis. But Lewis did not stop there. Six more books followed, and together they became known as The Chronicles of Narnia. For the past Journeys to the end of the world, fantastic creatures, and epic battles between good and evil?what more could any ...

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Title:The Chronicles of Narnia (The Chronicles of Narnia (Publication Order) #1–7)
Author:C.S. Lewis
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:The Chronicles of Narnia
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:767 pages pages

The Chronicles of Narnia (The Chronicles of Narnia (Publication Order) #1–7) Reviews

  • Daniel
    Jul 24, 2009
    I read "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" when I was very young, and barely remember it. I never read the other books in the series. So now, as an adult, I'm reading the entire "Chronicles of Narnia." After a bit of Internet research, I decided to read them in order of publication,...
  • Carl
    Jul 05, 2007
    I read this entire series multiple times when I was younger, I think near the end of elementary school or during Jr Hi, and actually got sick of it after too many reads and had to wait to rediscover it later on-- several times, in fact. The books are nice and short, yet each is a quali...
  • Mer
    Apr 18, 2007
    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi... (Click the above link to read professor Carol Zaleski's interesting take of the seething religious/political furor surrounding these classics.) I pined for Narnia in the most broken, sad way when I was a little girl. Obviously, I had n...
  • Mansoor
    Apr 20, 2007
    The Magician's Nephew is easily the best story of the Chronicles. First of all, it's the least overtly religious. There is a creation-of-the-world element, but it's not our world so it seems more fantastic than religious. Not only is there a veil over the religiosity, there's so much c...
  • AJ Griffin
    Jul 02, 2007
    When the Lion/Witch/Wardrobe movie came out a while ago, some dude accosted me and said "Dude, the fucking right wing media is trying to say that the Narnia books are all about fucking Christianity!!!" No shit. I figured that out when I was 9. But who cares? If you can't enjoy th...
  • Jarod
    Aug 16, 2007
    A mostly well-written, very imaginative, thoroughly enjoyable read. The narration is warm and witty, the protagonists are well developed and likable but not perfect (written perfectly, but with flaws that give the stories depth), and the settings are vivid and fantastic (remember those...
  • Jaclyn
    Apr 19, 2008
    I can't even begin to count how many times I've read "The Chronicles of Narnia." The truly amazing thing about these books is that each time you read them, they magically become more complex, more meaningful and more beautiful. I first read "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe" when I...
  • Lindsay Stares
    Jul 11, 2008
    Fair Warning: I am reading (in some cases, rereading) this as an adult, one who is most decidedly Not Christian, and somewhat against religious children's books. If that doesn't describe you, your mileage will obviously vary. The following is very very long, as I sum up each book. Spo...
  • whalesister
    Mar 28, 2008
    I read the entire series, one right after another, eight times in a row when I got them for Christmas in fourth grade. Obviously I loved them then. Just finished reading them again to Eric, my 8-year-old, and loved them maybe just as must as I did as a 10-year-old. Eric couldn't stop g...
  • Timothy
    Nov 02, 2007
    I went back and actually read the Chronicles of Narnia for the first time last year. (My parents read them to me when I was a kid). This is an amazing story, from one of the best English minds of the twentieth century. As a whole, this story was every bit as good as I had remembered. ...
  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Jul 18, 2008
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  • Werner
    Sep 16, 2017
    Back in the early 70s, I encountered this wonderful series through the first of the books to be written, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. (Below, I quote most of my review of that book, insofar as it applies to the whole series). I subsequently discovered the whole series, and in...
  • Ruth
    Mar 28, 2008
    I love how you can see Aslan as Jesus giving up his life for us. And the greater power or deaper magic that brings him back to life ...
  • Julie
    Apr 10, 2008
    I finally got around to reading these all the way through. I'm pretty sure I read through book 4 when I was much younger, but really, it was a different experience reading them as a twenty-something. I vividly remember the moment several years ago when my mother and I were watching a t...
  • Elizabeth
    Sep 06, 2008
    I have loved these books my whole life. They are frequently misread, I think, by people who insist that everything in Narnia has to "equal" something in our world (Aslan=Jesus, Calormens=Muslims, Tash=Satan, etc.) While Lewis is clearly writing about God, as I read it, he is imagining ...
  • Syndi
    Nov 02, 2017
    I love these series. It starts with a dreamy fairy tales and ending with a big bang. Behind that children story telling, it has a powerful message of God, bravery, siblings love and rivalry, love and becoming adult. Taking responsible. Punishment and forgiveness. I love all of the ...
  • Kat Kennedy
    Feb 14, 2010
    I discovered The Chronicles of Narnia when I was six years old halfway through my first year of school. I had discovered the joys of our school library and I still remember the day and the exact shelf where I found The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. It was the lowest shelf, the one ...
  • Anna [Floanne]
    Jan 14, 2017
    Edizione in tre volumi. 1 volume (letto dal 13 al 26 Gennaio 2017) ? Il nipote del mago ??? In questo libro (sesto per ordine di pubblicazione, ma in realt pensato come un prequel alle avventure di Peter, Susan, Edmund e Lucy) C.S. Lewis ci accompagna per la prima volt...
  • Jan-Maat
    Jun 17, 2011
    I was wondering the other day(view spoiler)[ and lets not forget the time of year at the moment I've doubtless been sleeping on a full stomach, and my brain over fuelled with rich foods (view spoiler)[ Otherwise I'm really at a loss with that dream of mine in which a kitten transform i...
  • Nandakishore Varma
    Mar 17, 2016
    Quick review Terrific fantasy setting and storyline spoilt by extremely unsubtle allegory and (as the story progresses) excessive Christian preachiness. Warning: Racial stereotypes abound and may offend. Recommended for adults who thrive in a Christian religious environment or ...
  • midnightfaerie
    Feb 07, 2012
    The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis is one of the books in his series, the Chronicles of Narnia in which Christianity is portrayed through various fantasy creatures. God, for instance is portrayed as a talking Lion. What a wonderful series! What child hasn?t climbed into...
  • Joshua Gabriel (조수아)
    Apr 03, 2016
    The 2005 film adaptation of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe was what made me want to read this thick, heavenly book. Little yet valiant Lucy was very close to my heart, as well as her siblings who occasionally thought she was crazy. I was so enthralled by the movie, and I asked m...
  • Bene
    Jun 06, 2015
    "Un giorno sarai grande abbastanza da ricominciare a leggere le favole." C.S. Lewis. Recensione completa qui nel mio nuovo blog libresco: http://benereadsbooksonclouds.blogspo... Incredibile come questo libro mi catturi ogni volta, come se fosse la prima, come ogni volta mi com...
  • Charlotte May
    Sep 17, 2017
    I love Narnia! Of course it's not perfect, but they are such wonderful stories, paving the way for so many other fantasy worlds that followed. Sure they've got the allegorical Christian background, and some of Lewis' wording and phrases wouldn't pass as politically correct now. But if ...
  • Zachary F.
    Feb 24, 2016
    I've been holding off on reviewing this series because there's so much that can be said, and maybe so little that needs to be. Even a month after completing it, I haven't been able to mold my thoughts into anything that might constitute a cohesive review. In lieu of that--a cohesive re...
  • Christian Guzman
    Mar 30, 2016
    Overall I would give this book 3 stars. Below I have provided specific ratings/reviews for each story. At first I was skeptical about reading the book in chronological order as opposed to publication order. Now that I look back at it, it works well both ways. I also had some trouble at...
  • Chiara
    Nov 24, 2014
    Via, io ci riprovo. Strategia di lettura: un romanzo al mese che simpatica che sono Durata della lettura: sette mesi (giugno - dicembre) dieci mesi con una pausa di cinque mesi Aspettative: non addormentarmi con il tomo sui polmoni (gi successo pi e pi volte) Il nipote...
  • Michael Finocchiaro
    Mar 20, 2017
    Read this as a kid and re-read later on, these 7 books were a great form of escapism despite the somewhat overbearing Christian symbolism that is pervasive throughout. The movies did NOT to the books justice but the animated film about Lion, Witch and Wardrobe was actually OK. A must f...
  • Ashwood, 불
    Jul 27, 2017
    Favorite books ever when I was a kid! So yea, sticking with 4 stars because I still love it?? ...
  • R. Kitt
    Jul 20, 2017
    Childhood favorite! ...