I think this sequal is very good. All of the kids have livley personalities. But it is also very serious. I can't wait for the movie. The Wite Witch seems very, well evil. I like The Chronicles Of Narnia because as long as you know there is another world it doesn't matter if you read them in order. Even though I highly sugjest not reading the last first. But this whole series is amazing. READ THEM ALL!
I gave this book a four because it did get boring in some places!
On the other side of the wadrobe-a new realm awaits
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Reader reviewed by Fiona Flamingo
Open the wadrobe door...and enter...
The World of Narnia....
where animals speak, druids exists, and an evil witch-queen reigns over this winter Wonderland...(except it really isn't a wonderland after all...)
Four brothers and sister discover this magical place unexpectedly. One is lured into the grasps of wicked witchen and the other three must rescue him from her castle. And of course, along the wyay, there is a turkish delight, beavers, exotic creatures and talkative animals.
This the second book in a dazzling classic.
It all starts in a closet and beyond that is a world seen by few people other than Lucy. She brings along her siblings and Edward is entranced by the White Witch whose evil reigns over Narnia. With help from the magical creatures Lucy, Peter, and Susan are able to save Narnia and return it to the glorious state it was in originally.
It begins with a war, and ends with a rush! I just re-read this book so let me tell you about it while it is fresh in my mind...
(oldesst to youngest:)There are four children named Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy, and they have to go away for a while so that they can be safe from the war. When little Lucy discovers a mysterious room with nothing but an old wardrobe in it, their adventure really begins.
At first, when Lu discovers the hidden, magical world inside, she meets a faun and befriends it.
When she returns no one will belive her at all; that is, untill Edmund finds out about it too.
He meets the White Witch (who has taken over Narnia and cast a horrible spell that makes it always winter, but never Christmas.) Soon the whole group is together and they meet a couple of very friendly beavers...talking beavers! As a matter of fact; all of the animals can speak.
Well, that is all I have time for, and I promise that there is alot more of a plot, but I do highly recomend this thrilling story!
This is a great read for both boys and girls. It is a good, adventureous story filled with alot of challenges for the characters. Lucy gets stuck inside a wordrobe and she takes her syblings their many times and discovers so much in so little time!
In the second installment of The Chronicles of Narnia , we venture into a land bitten by eternal frost. Four adventurous children lead us into a frozen Narnia through the way of an "enchanted " wardrobe. in this land we discover the spell of the White Witch, what we know as "Queen" Jadis of the destroyed world of Charn. A spell of deep magic which can only be broken by a sacrifice, a sacrifice of a great one.
A very delicious read, maybe even more delicious than Turkish delights, I enjoyed it so much that I devoured it in less than three days, the quickest I've ever read in a very long while. Looking for an appetizing refreshment, read this book you won't be disappointed.