Tag Archive for: Fantasy

The Horse and His Boy: A Discussion

There are spoilers for THE HORSE AND HIS BOY in this post. THE HORSE AND HIS BOY is the fifth book in the Narniad (in published order). I finished reading it for the Narniathon21 on April 30. (The Narniathon’s hosted by Chris at Calmgrove.) When I first read THE HORSE AND HIS BOY 14 years […]

Review: A River Enchanted

I’m so glad I chose A RIVER ENCHANTED as my February Book of the Month choice. As soon as I started to read the story of Cadence and its inhabitants, I was hooked. When I was reading A RIVER ENCHANTED, I didn’t want to put it down and I couldn’t stop thinking about it in […]

The Silver Chair: A Discussion

There are spoilers for THE SILVER CHAIR in this post. THE SILVER CHAIR is the fourth book in the Narniad (in published order). I finished reading it for the Narniathon21 I’m participating in on Thursday of last week. (The Narniathon’s hosted by Chris at Calmgrove.) This is the only book in the Narniad that I […]

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: A Discussion

There are spoilers for THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER in this post. THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER is the third book in the Narniad (in published order). I finished reading it for the Narniathon21 I’m participating in on Monday. (The Narniathon’s hosted by Chris at Calmgrove.) This is my favorite installment of the […]

Prince Caspian: A Discussion

There are spoilers for PRINCE CASPIAN: THE RETURN TO NARNIA in this post. ( Don’t click the “View Spoiler” link below if you don’t want to be spoiled for THE LAST BATTLE.) PRINCE CASPIAN is the second book in the Narniad (in published order). I finished reading it for the Narniathon21 I’m participating in about […]

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe: A Discussion

There are spoilers for THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE (LWW) in this post. As I stated in my post Joining the Narniathon21, I’ve decided to participate in a reread of The Chronicles of Narnia hosted by Chris over at Calmgrove. I’ve wanted to reread the series for a couple of years now as […]