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The Horse and his Boy

Post by NarniaQA Guy on Tue Apr 16, 2013 10:31 am

The story that I am the least familiar with. But, still, I love it. Very Happy I love how C.S. Lewis gets you thinking about the change from being a poor mans son that is treated as a slave, to the King. It also gives you some insight on what happened while the Pevensies were in Narnia as Kings and Queens.

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Post by Christina the Regina on Thu Apr 18, 2013 11:07 pm

One of my favorite things about this book is how Aslan was in everything; he pushed the boat to shore, he was the cat that comforted Shasta, he was the lion that urged them on. He was always there, just like God. I also appreciate the fact that Shasta and Aravis are two very different characters from all the others we meet in Narnai, giving some great variety.

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