The fourth installment of The Chronicles of Narnia is a great re-coop from its predecessor. And is not half bad though not as great as the first two books.
Though this may have been partially because of my lack of interest in this book after the third book and the fact that my reading was spread apart while I was reading two other books at the same time, I found this book pretty good.
At first we are pretty confused as we revisit the Pevensies, as children again, whom by some mystical force are brought back to the magic land of Nania in a far different time. But author C.S. Lewis so generoulsy fills us in, which consumes in a good way most of the book. With this background the story moves on, the background very interesting and moving, to the reason why the four royals of Old Narnia are back in a Narnia destroyed by man.
The story is very lovley also in its faithful message, which is allegorical to the Jersaleum of the prophets time, very in doubt of an Aslan. But by the faith of those who beleive, Narnia is taken back to the right, the Talking Beasts, ruled by the true king, Prince Caspian.
I think this book's age appeal evolves as the series matures and despite how I may have thought I think overall Prince Caspian is pretty darn good, at least ten times better than the last.
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