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The four Pevensies help Caspian battle Miraz and ascend his rightful throneNARNIA the land between the lamp post and the castle of Cair Paravel where animals talk where magical things happen and where the adventure beginsPeter Susan Edmund and Lucy are returning to boarding school when they are summoned from the dreary train station by Susan's own magic horn to return to the land of Narnia—the land where they had ruled as kings and queens and where their help is desperately needed


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    I read this aloud to my older boy age 6It's a good book and he enjoyed it but didn't ring the bell in the same way Lion Witch and the Wardrobe did I think the biggest reason for this was that it wasn't as accessible to himThe first issue was the non linear story Which has the potential to confuse Later Lewis splits the party in a way that divides the action in the storyBut the biggest issue is that the characters lapse into archaic courtly English when the a bunch of the people are talking at the end of the book Because the siblings used to be kings and queens and they're talking with the nobility of the Telemarines It's not just unfamiliar language to children It's unfamiliar and archaic language Doubly archaic now as Lewis wrote these 50 years ago My boy couldn't follow it at all as there were 2 4 unfamiliar terms used in every sentence and context can only stretch so far Because of that Oot couldn't understand whole sections of the climax of the book when the Telmarines were talking among themselves and planning on betraying their king A vital plot point he couldn't get because it was only made explicit in this dialogue As a result I had to skim skip or summarize big chunks of the book so he could get it Maybe in a year or two he would have been fine Also keep in mind that my boy is extremely vocabulary We've been reading to him since he was six months old Results with your own child may vary Sexism a little present here but not oppressive or malicious Still you can't deny that the boys go off to duel and do battle stuff while the girls hang out with Aslan and go wake the trees This book had better characters that the first book of the series Nikabrik is a great example of a good guy gone bad Trumpkin and Trufflehunter are great as well But Reepicheep is the real star here Perhaps the best character in all of Narnia excepting Aslan himself Lastly and mostly as a side note Lewis really knocked it out of the park in terms of names Nikabrik is a great name for a venomous black dwarf Glenstorm the proud centaur Wimbleweather the dim but kind giant And Reepicheep of course I don't know if a name has ever fit a character better than Reepicheep does