Prince Caspian – Teen Review

Prince Caspian – Teen Review

A teen reivew of Prince Caspian by C.S. Lewis.

“Don’t doubt your value. Don’t run from who you are”

Have you ever wished there was a world out there different from ours? With talking animals and centaurs? What if you had the chance to become a king or queen? What if all you had to do to get there…was to go through a wardrobe?

Lucy and her siblings had gotten back from their adventures in Narnia, they defeated Jadis the white witch, and saved Narnia from the despair they encountered before. But after someone blow on Queen Susan’s Horn they were teleported to the, now ancient ruins, of Cair Paravel. In on part of Narnia was prince Caspian “The true king of Narnia” fighting a war against his uncle (the king), who was trying to make everyone forget the old Narnia. After they lose they call for Aslan and the sons and daughters of Adam and Eve. They meet and go into a war.

Prince Caspian is the second book of the chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis. I personally love this book and the whole series. This is a great book. I recommend this book for anyone who loves greek mythology and adventure books.

~ Lenice, 7th grade

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