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The Magician’s Nephew

The Magician's Nephewby C.S. Lewis

The following book description is a direct quote I found on Amazon:

“The Magician’s Nephew is the first book of The Chronicles of Narnia…where the woods are thick and cool, where the Talking Beasts are called to life…a new world where the adventure begins. Digory and Polly meet and become friends one cold, wet summer in London. Their lives burst into adventure when Digory’s Uncle Andrew, who thinks he is a magician, sends them hurtling to…somewhere else. They find their way to Narnia, newborn from the Lion’s song, and encounter the evil sorceress Jadis, before they finally return home. C. S. Lewis’s beloved series, The Chronicles of Narnia, has enchanted readers for over 40 years. With this classic seven book series, Lewis created the unforgettable and magical land of Narnia, where mystical creatures live and fierce battles are fought between good and evil.”

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Comments on: "The Magician’s Nephew" (2)

  1. I like it a lot. It is kind of neat how Digory and Polly can travel to different universes using their magic rings. It is also funny how the witch accidently went to London! Then they got to see Aslan create Narnia. I could clearly see everything that was happening! Very good discriptions. How could anybody dislike this book!

  2. Annie Song said:

    I agree! C.S. Lewis’s books are all amazing. I can’t even think of such good ideas and words. Read his other books!

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