The Last Battle (The Chronicles of Narnia, Book 7)

The Last Battle (Chronicles of Narnia, #7) - C.S. Lewis, Pauline Baynes it's the second time i've read "the last battle" as it was the first of the series that i was offered. :P and eventually i didn't understand some parts of the story and found it rather boring. but now that ive read each novel in order, i have a new perception of that book. the last narnia novel is the most simplistic one. i got to read it in one go, but at last im done with the series, fiouf. it was quite an enjoyable one, especially if one goes for light reading, i'd definitely recommend the chronicles of Narnia. the descriptions are quite detailed and delves the reader into this imaginary utopian world. anyways, it's a nice tale worth of being read to children, and even adults who want to dream a bit.^^

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