Sunday, November 27, 2005
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Edmund and Lucy return to Narnia, this time accompanied by their annoying cousin Eustace. They are drawn into the Narnian world through a painting of a boat on the wall of the bedroom where they are staying with Eustace's parents because their own parents have gone off to America with Susan.
Once they are rescued from the water, they find that on the boat is none other than Prince Caspian who is going off to find out what happened to seven Lords who went off on an adventure many years ago and never returned.
Along the way, Caspian and the children discover new and magical lands. Eustace is turned into a dragon, they find a magical stream where everything that touches the water turns to gold, and several other exciting lands.
This was a very exciting adventure, and I look forward to continuing my journey into Narnia in the next book.
You can see my previous posts in relation to the Chronicles of Narnia here.