Prince Caspian

Prince CaspianPrince Caspian has run away from his barbaric Uncle Miraz, false king of Narnia. He got the trust of the old Narnians to fight for their freedom. Along the way he happens to bring back King Peter, King Edmund, Queen Susan and Queen Lucy, and although they start off on the wrong foot they become like family in the end.

My favorite character is Reepicheep because he is witty and a marvelous swordsman. Therefore who else could he be but a mouse!  Book 4 of The Chronicles of Narnia series.  [Georgia]

The Killing Sea

The Killing SeaAcehnese Ruslan is at home getting ready to leave. All of a sudden, it hits – water starts coming in and flooding the whole house, the whole village! Acehnese cannot find his father. He heads to the hill villages to search for him. On the way, he meets a girl named Sarah, her sick brother, some rebels, and a long-lost uncle.

This was a touching story. It make me sad to think that you could lose your family in a single day. In the book I hated how the media wouldn’t leave Sarah alone to mourn, cry, and take care of her brother.  [ZZZZZZ]

The Magician’s Nephew

This is my favorite of the Narnia books. Two friends zip from one world to another with the help of magic rings, but things get dicey when they awaken an evil witch. I loved the world between worlds, a serene, eternal forest with pools of water that lead to all other worlds. Anyone who likes fantasy stories will enjoy this quick and easy read.

– Mr. Hobson