The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: The Chronicles of Narnia

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader The Chronicles of Narnia Illustrations in this ebook appear in vibrant full color on a full color ebook device and in rich black and white on all other devices Narnia where a dragon awakens where stars walk the earth where a

  • Title: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader: The Chronicles of Narnia
  • Author: C.S. Lewis Pauline Baynes
  • ISBN: 9780061974267
  • Page: 318
  • Format: ebook
  • Illustrations in this ebook appear in vibrant full color on a full color ebook device, and in rich black and white on all other devices.Narnia where a dragon awakens where stars walk the earth where anything can happen.A king and some unexpected companions embark on a voyage that will take them beyond all known lands As they sail farther and farther fromIllustrations in this ebook appear in vibrant full color on a full color ebook device, and in rich black and white on all other devices.Narnia where a dragon awakens where stars walk the earth where anything can happen.A king and some unexpected companions embark on a voyage that will take them beyond all known lands As they sail farther and farther from charted waters, they discover that their quest is than they imagined and that the world s end is only the beginning.The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is the fifth book in C.S Lewis s The Chronicles of Narnia, a series that has become part of the canon of classic literature, drawing readers of all ages into a magical land with unforgettable characters for over fifty years This is a novel that stands on its own, but if you would like to continue to the journey, read The Silver Chair, the sixth book in The Chronicles of Narnia.

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  • C.S. Lewis Pauline Baynes

    Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this nameIVE STAPLES LEWIS 1898 1963 was one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century and arguably one of the most influential writers of his day He was a Fellow and Tutor in English Literature at Oxford University until 1954 He was unanimously elected to the Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Literature at Cambridge University, a position he held until his retirement He wrote than thirty books, allowing him to reach a vast audience, and his works continue to attract thousands of new readers every year His most distinguished and popular accomplishments include Mere Christianity, Out of the Silent Planet, The Great Divorce, The Screwtape Letters, and the universally acknowledged classics The Chronicles of Narnia To date, the Narnia books have sold over 100 million copies and been transformed into three major motion pictures.Lewis was married to poet Joy Davidman.


  • It feels odd to mark this book as anything less than five stars. It was a huge part of my childhood.What's more, this book is part of the reason I'm a decent public speaker these days. I joined forensics because this was the book that was being used for extemporaneous reading. (I didn't even know what forensics was when I started, just that I liked the book.)And there are things I like here. Good things. It's a fun adventure story. There are cool settings. Action. Tension. The different nature o [...]

  • “Adventures are never fun while you're having them.” The pace of this book was kind of slow for me, I spent seven days for the first half of this book. Then when the adventure comes, everything just gets better and better. I enjoyed how The Voyage of the Dawn Treader has The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe vibes, even though it reminded me of some parts of Pirates of the Caribbean. “One of the most cowardly things ordinary people do is to shut their eyes to facts.” The ideas were flowi [...]

  • This is my fourth journey into the fantastical lands of Narnia, as I have chosen to read the series in chronological rather than publication order.This started rather poignantly for me, as the story opens with two of the Pevensie siblings returning to Narnia, with their cousin Eustace in tow. Without the elder Pevensie children I initially felt like some of the earlier allure was lost for me, as it acted as a reminder that we all reach an age where we grow up and magic refuses to become a possib [...]

  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Chronicles of Narnia, #3), C.S. Lewis The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is a high fantasy novel for children by C. S. Lewis, published by Geoffrey Bles in 1952. The Voyage features a second return to the Narnia world, about three years later in Narnia and one year later in England, by Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, the younger two of the four English children featured in the first two books. Prince Caspian is now King Caspian X. He leads a sea voyage to the eastern end of [...]

  • Having read the first book back in Christmas and feeling confused about the reading order I'll say that this was a very enjoyable and easy to read children's book. I'm still struggling to find out who the reading order of Narnia is. I've seen that this is either the 2nd or the 5th book but then again I've seen it being named the 3rd book. I'm just going to read it however I want and hope it'll all be fine. At least, I don't there was any missing detail from the book, so that must be a good thing [...]

  • I knew that the new film version of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader was going to be bad. I did not know that it was going to be that retarded that I'd question my faith in my own taste. (Not that I don't like retarded stuff. But boring too? Ouch.) Was the book that bad? I don't remember all of it. It's been years since I've read it. Lauren, you're never picking the movie ever again.A video game version of the movie would be better than the movie. At least it would be more difficult! What the fuck [...]

  • Such a rich fantasy adventure full of unforgettable episodes - a boy-dragon, a Midas pool, invisible enemies, little Sea people, a fearless mouse, an enchanted table, the island where dreams come true and more. And above all Aslan. Truly a pleasure to read to my young children.The most unforgettable scene in this (and so worth remembering) is when Lucy magically overhears her friend gossiping about her and how that irrevocably changes their relationship - a thought-provoking reminder of the effe [...]

  • This is probably my favorite so far out of the series!! :D I LOVE THESE CHARACTERS SO MUCH!! lol All the adventures they went on, and Eustace’s gradual character development were just so good…it took me a little longer to get through this than I would have liked because of how busy I’ve been, but it was so worth it and I’m glad I finally got the chance to read it! The ending though gave me chills…sort of in a good way I guess haha I almost started tearing up, but I was outside surround [...]

  • My BFF thinks this book is boring but I disagree. I really love it. All of the little islands they visit hold an amazing story. I just can't believe the movie wrecked this beautiful adventure so!~Kellyn Roth, Reveries Reviews

  • The ending felt extremely abrupt after the rest of the story. I'm hoping hoping hoping we see Reepicheep again. I love that Mouse. Derek Jacobi's narration was good although I much prefer Eddie Izzard's Reepicheep vocal to a Mickey Mouse derivative; Reep is NOT Mickey.

  • The strongest of the three "Chronicles of Narnia" books I've read so far, "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" opens with a wonderful first line: "There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it." Eustace, a cousin to the four Pevensie children, who the first two books focused on, is the designated asshole in this entry, taking up the mantle carried by Edmund in "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" and Susan in "Prince Caspian."I've complained about this trope in my other [...]

  • Este libro se convertirá en uno de los más especiales de mi vida, y por una razón muy concreta.Ayer día 17 de agosto se produjo un atentado terrorista en Barcelona, la ciudad donde nací y donde resido desde siempre. Esta mañana me he levantado muy desanimada, triste y pensando en todo lo ocurrido. En las personas que han perdido injustamente la vida, personas que tenían sus sueños, propósitos y gente que las quería. Yo ayer estuve a punto de acercarme por esa zona, había quedado con u [...]

  • Esto comenzó de manera bastante conmovedora para mí, ya que la historia comienza con solo dos de los hermanos Pevensie que regresan a Narnia y con su primo Eustace (por accidente). Sin los niños mayores Pevensie al principio sentí un poco que el encanto de la infancia se iba, ya que es como un recordatorio de que todos alcanzamos una edad en la que crecemos y la magia se niega a convertirse en una posibilidad. Pero rápidamente olvidé mis reservas y una vez más quedé arrastrada por la adm [...]

  • خیلی بهتر از جلد قبل بود ماجراها عالی بودن و پیش می رفتم به ویژه اولهای کتاب. اما یه چیزی رو چندان دوست نداشتم اونم اینه که دوست داشتم سرزمین اسلان رو بیشتر توضیح بده و یا یه جوریهایی بیشتر خود اسلان هم باشه توش خب اما این مانع این نمیشه که 5 تا ستاره رو بهش ندم :) بسی لذت بردم ^-^

  • The new movie version? Well, I fell asleep halfway through, so I can't swear that I remember all of this correctly. I think that they went off in a boat to find the evil green mist that was kidnapping people in City of Lost Children.Then, um, Lucy was tempted to become a vampire but thought better of it after a conversation with Aslan, and after that there was a fight between Godzillaand the Dark Overlord from Howard the Duck.At the end, Puss in Boots from Shrek fell off the end of the world. Or [...]

  • I love this book. It drags a tiny bit in the middle but goodness, that ending is breathtaking. I sobbed of course! Lol this one is tied for my favorite with Magicians Nephew. Now onto the final two books which I never read as a kid! Ahh

  • I was listening to this the other day walking down the streets of Paris when it became apparent to me that The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is not only an amazing Fantasy story but also proof that even the most obnoxious and seemingly irredeemable people can still be saved and reminded of what life is all about: love, tolerance, friendship, faith, understanding, and of course adventure and discoveries. Under its veneer of simplicity, this book is all that and more. Much more. The Narnia Chronicles [...]

  • I loved this book, both as a child and again as an adult, because it takes me on the kind of adventure I'd love but know I can never have: a long, long sail (cool) into magic lands (über cool). It's also sprinkled with wonderful, memorable quotes and moments. I loved the bit where Lucy is looking down into the water and sees the mermaid, who looks up just in time to see Lucy looking at her. They can't speak and they're separated almost before they can lock eyes, but it's a moment neither of the [...]

  • This book has what I would say is definitely one of the World's Top Five Best Opening Lines: "There was a boy named Eustace Clarence Scrubbs, and he almost deserved it." Eustace is an awesomely bitchy character who gets satisfyingly smacked down a couple of times by Ultimate Children's Fiction Dreamboat Prince Caspian. Lucy and Edmund feature prominently, as well as an AWESOME character, Reepicheep the valiant warrior mouse. I freakin' LOVE Reepicheep. This was always my favorite of the Narnia b [...]

  • There are few books that I've read that I love more than this book. However, if I had to choose a movie adaptation to punch in the face - it would be this one.

  • My favorite Narnia book so far. Lucy, Edmund, and their cousin ("called Eustace Clarence Stubb, and he almost deserved it") get accidentally transported onto King Caspian's ship, which is starting a journey to the eastern sea. The book is mostly just little episodes where they visit different islands, all of which are very different and very interesting. As I drew closer to the end of the book, I was fully prepared to give it five stars. BUT THEN came the ending. Specifically, one thing Aslan to [...]

  • #5 in The Chronicles of Narnia series and definitely my second favorite book in the series. Edmund and Lucy are staying with their uncle and aunt and horrible cousin, Eustace. The three find themselves sucked into the world of Narnia and on the boat Dawn Treader. Three years have passed since their last visit and onboard they come face to face with Prince Caspian(now the King) who is searching the islands for seven lords that the previous monarch, Caspian's uncle had banished. I really enjoyed t [...]

  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis is the third book in The Chronicles of Narnia. This book was great. First of all, it has Eustace Scrubb in it. I LOVE Eustace. Second of all, CASPIAN AND RAMANDU'S DAUGHTER. AHHHHHHH. Third of all, Reepicheep is MUCH more prominent in this book, and I also LOVE Reepicheep. C.S. Lewis has a great imagination. I loved reading about all the various islands and places that the Dawn Treader and her crew explored. All the adventures kept my attention. My fa [...]

  • Another one year in our world and exactly three years in Narnia since Caspian’s coronation, Edmund and Lucy were sent back to join Caspian in his journey in a small ship called The Dawn Treader to find his father’s friends who Miraz had ‘sent away’ to explore the unknown eastern seas beyond Long Islands. But this time they accidently brought their cousin with them. Eustace Clarence Scrub was a practical boy who’s fond of facts and science and hated ‘fairy tales’ like Narnia. Togeth [...]

  • 2.5 Filler book. Adventurous and fast paced, but without a real plot in its own or for the series in general. At this point I love Edmund so very much, so that keeps me reading. And Aslan, always Aslan. In my opinion it is not as imaginative but related as the first book but Narnia has that light feeling that calms me down. - Pero ¿Quién es Aslan? ¿Lo conoces? - Bueno, digamos que él me conoce a mí. Otra vez me voy a Narnia. Pero en esta ocasión debo admitir que no me impresiono mucho la h [...]

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