The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Book five of The Chronicles of Narnia continues the saga of C.S. Lewis's beloved land of fantastic creatures and unlikely heroes. Readers of any age will be entranced as the crew of the Dawn Treader approaches the "Worlds End."
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THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADERUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
More English make-believe and symbol-ridden adventure in a sequal to The Lion the Witch and The Wardrobe and Prince Caspian; The Return to Narnia in which Lucy and Edmond Pevensie, this time with ... Read full review
This book is a wonderful book to hold its original placement of the third book in the series. I think that adding Eustace to the series and having him humbled by Reep, Lucy, Edmund, and the Lion himself. It is by far my favorite book book in the series. I truly look up to Reepicheep's courage and honor. If I were to be in Narnia, I would mostly want to meet Reep and Aslan. I find this book enthralling and I couldn't put it down without reading a few extra pages. I would read this book over and over. JR