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  • Published: New York : Collier Books, [1977, c1953]
  • Year Published: 1953
  • Description: 217 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
  • Language: English
  • Format: Book

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  • 0064409457 :
  • 0064405044 :
  • 0060234954 :
  • 0064471098 (pbk.)
  • 0020442505 :

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The silver chair

by Lewis, C. S. 1898-1963.

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Call number: J Fiction / Lewis, C. S.

Available Copies: Downtown Youth

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Youth level.

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scariest in series

I think this is the scariest book in the series. Being bound to the silver chair, and the thrilling but frightening escape to the Overworld, make this the darkest book in the series.

Pheonix

This one may be my favorite in the series.

C.S. Luis is your pusher

The first book in this series is wonderful and imaginative. The following are still pretty good, but they get increasingly pushy on the religious front. By the end it just feels like I’m being yelled at by a priest, who is telling me to go to church.

The audio books were orinally narrated by Patrick Stuart, who does a fantastic job, I recommend them if you can find them.

centaurs

The incident with the centaurs reminded me of similar things in Harry Potter. Probably people who read lots of mythology as a youngster already knew all about characteristics of centaurs, but I did not, so it was nice to see the reinforcement. [There have been a few other places in the Chronicles where I thought "hey, i wonder if JKR was thinking of this when she wrote X, or if there's some other source behind both of them?"]

good

good book

cool

good series

Wonderful!

Another of CS Lewis's great novels. The heros of this story descend deep underground to conquer the forces of evil and save Narnia

Good

A good book. C.S. Lewis does a great job.

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