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Review: Into the Wardrobe: CS Lewis and the Narnia ChroniclesUser Review - Melissa Lynn - Goodreads
Besides the fact that I knew a lot of the backstory already from my scouring the Internet and reading about CS Lewis in the past this book is a great read for Narnia fans and filled with fun facts! I highly recommend to all fans of the series- really well done! And I love the cover art! Read full review
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Review: Into the Wardrobe: CS Lewis and the Narnia ChroniclesUser Review - Thomas Grosh IV - Goodreads
Desire an introduction to CS Lewis' Narnia Chronicles? Then this is the book for you. Read full review
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