Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe – Read It and Rate It

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The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
Chronicles of Narnia #2
by C.S. Lewis
Adventure
Fantasy

Review #1
* * * * Stars (Great!)
This is an excellent book! Everyone would enjoy the adventure and thrill of this book. I liked this book because of all the wonderful descriptions.

Review #2
* * Stars (Just ok)
This was an okay book. I just wasn’t really into it. It wasn’t much of a “I gotta read this!” kind of book. I read about half-way through it and then just got bored.

Review #3
* * * * Stars (Great!)
Enter the world of World War II, when the Pevencie children must go live with an old man and his maid, but things get exciting when Lucy P. finds a new world, “Narnia,” inside an old wardrobe.  This book was thrilling, and the Pevencie children were very easy to relate to.  Once again, however, C.S. Lewis managed to add way too much description into the novel.  Still, I’d recommend this to anybody.

Review #4
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
Lucy opens a door on a magical wardrobe and finds herself in the land of Narnia where creatures talk and creatures like dwarfs live. Lucy and her 3 siblings have adventures in Narnia and eventually become kings and queens. I liked the book because it was really exciting. It had great detail and it had tons of action in it.

Review #5
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
The story starts when Lucy, the youngest of 4 children, goes into a wardrobe while playing a game. As she goes deeper in, she ends up in another country called Narnia, which is a frozen land. Eventually, Peter, Susan, and Edmund, her older siblings, go to Narnia. The adventures begin. Will they be able to bring back spring, help their friends, and defeat the White Witch? Read the book to find out. I liked this book because it has adventures and you can relate the actions and emotions to your own life. 

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