The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

April 8, 2008
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In the book, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe the author C.S.Lewis describes the characters very well so that it's easy to imagine them. I really enjoyed this book because, the language was easy to understand, and the book has adventures in it. I like adventures.
I like the part where they all enter the wardrobe and reach Narnia because it is where they all know that Narnia really exists. This is where all the adventure begins.
They all go into the wardrobe. Suddenly, they see themselves in a very cold place, Narnia. The children follow Lucy, the smallest one in the family, to her friend's house, but they don't see him there. All of the adventure starts there. That is the part I like the best in the whole book. Because there is where all the adventures begin.

People must read this book, because the book taught me that families should never separate and must always stay together. It might teach other people, too. So, I recommend everyone to read this book.

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