[2015] Janis Mikits: Prince Caspian

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[2015] Janis Mikits: Prince Caspian

Author: C.S.Lewis

Title: Prince Caspian

Main EventsIn this book Lucy, Edmond, Susan, Peter helped Prince Caspian fight other men that had taken over Narnia. It is a fight between talking beast and man. Prince Caspian gets into all this fighting by running away from his uncle that is plotting to kill him to gain control of the throne.

SettingsThe begenning of this book takes place in a real world train station. Then the characters magically appear in a magical land called Narnia. They travel around Narnia and its lands until the end of the book when they again appear in the train station.

CharactersThe book is about the second coming of Peter, Edmond, Susan, and Lucy and when they met a boy from the Narnia hundreds and maybe thousands of years after they had ruled.

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Prince Caspians nurse got kicked out of the castle because she told him about the old Narnia and talking beasts. Because of her getting kicked out he just thought more of old Narnia and why his Unkle (king) kicked his nurse out. He meets someone that leads him away and he eventually finds the old Narnian beasts. Then fights for their lives.

In the end the king was defeted and old Narnia was restored. Then Aslan came on the scene and sent the humans who had taken Narnia back to where they had came. Also he sent Lucy, Edmond, Susan, and Peter beck to the train station and into their own world.

The story made me feel energetic like any suspenseful book or plot. The plot was exciting but not believable because there was talking animals. I cannot really remember any funny or scary bits in this story. There is nothing really to learn about in this book. I don’t know if I had a favorite part of the book. I would recommend this book to a friend because it is a fun and interesting book to read and enjoyable any time. I recommend this book for 9+ years and rate it 9/10.


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