Tuesday, February 2, 2021

The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis

The Silver Chair by C.S. Lewis may be my personal favorite of The Chronicles of Narnia. Mostly because when I first experienced the story as a young person, I was found myself relating to Jill Pole. She and Eustace Scrubb, after running away from some bullies, find their way into Narnia. A place where Eustace has been before, but not Jill. After a panic attack on the edge of a very high cliff, and accidentally tossing Eustace off (he doesn't die!) Jill meet Aslan who gives her some instructions which she has to take to Eustace in order to have his help in right a wrong that has come to the kingdom of Narnia, and the family of an old friend of Eustace's. With the help of a marshwiggle, the two teenagers set off on an adventure to save the king's lost son. But as they run into one problem after another, the group starts to get discouraged. If you want to find out what happens next, read this exciting book! The Silver Chair was first published in 1953.

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