I haven't read such a book of many exicitng adventures in a very long, and the way the series was going I didn't think I would.
But The Voyage of the Dawn Treader really was so much fun reading. We begin the book with half of the Pevensie children, the older two off to other places during the summer. Lucy and Edmund must spend the summer with their unbearable cousin Eustace. While staring at a picture of a ship on Lucy's room's wall, the three are swallowed up and next thing you know, they are on board the Dawn Treader. They embark on a series of thrilling adventures, in pursuit of the seven lords of King Caspian's father outlawed by Lord King Miraz and to find Aslan's country, at the very end of the world.
We see in the journey, the different sides of Aslan. We see Eustace transformed into a good friend. We see the effects of ignorance, the darkness of man's mind and so many other parables, in this installment of the allegorical series. I recommend this book to all as it is a refresher and can suit all types of readers.