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Con: As a symbol of the Christian God, he's not at his best here. For instance, he tells Jill at the beginning of her adventures, "Here on the mountain I have spoken to you clearly: I will not often do so down in Narnia. Pro: Puddleglum is one of the finest fantasy characters ever. His name and his "tells" are Dickensian in their genius, but he never falls into reflexive predictability. He's a weird, quirky, deeply appealing hero. Pro: Happy ending for every kid who's ever been bullied at school.
Conclusion: Once again, Narnia is awesome no matter how old and skeptical you get.
It was the weakest of the books so far with what felt almost like a padded out story and I was thinking it would be a 3 star read. That said i didn't bank on Puddleglum, he was the real star of the book and added enough to make me give it 4 stars. The book features the Pevensie's cousin Eustace, now a Narnian regular and a "jolly good chap" with a schoolfriend of hi Probably the weakest so far, but scraped 4 stars and still fun More tomorrow : Right I have been thinking about this review all day.
The book features the Pevensie's cousin Eustace, now a Narnian regular and a "jolly good chap" with a schoolfriend of his rescuing Prince Caspian's heir. A fun romp, made enjoyable by the appearance of Marsh-Wiggles and the owls : 4 out of 5 Heather — Jun 04, I'm just going to give a generic opinion of the whole series. We love them. The end. Okay, so maybe I'll tell you that we read them outloud to the kids almost 2 years ago. So they were 5 going on 6 and 2.
They all loved them and followed the plot and talked about the characters during their play. We're re-reading them again now ages 8, 4 and 2 and they're loving them even more than the first time. All I hear, all day long is "For Narnia" and then they rush through the house, swords drawn. They hav I'm just going to give a generic opinion of the whole series.
They have made Reepicheep figures out of pom-poms. They have conversations with the characters, "So Edmund, what do you think about the squirrel doing such and so? Thank you, Mr. Sixth time's the charm, eh? The Silver Chair is my favorite out of all the Narnia books.
Not only does it have all the usual elements of this wonderful, rich fantasy world Lewis created, but the characters are better, at least in my opinion, the story feels less contrived, and it has the added benefit of being a proper novel. That is to say, it has: a an actual plot; b an identifiable climactic point; and c a clear, concise denouement.
For once, I Finally, a proper novel! For once, I wasn't left scratching my head at the end and going, "What the hell was the point of that? Pity how he's kind of bland now that he's not an insufferable git anymore. Fortunately, it wasn't Eustace, but his schoolmate Jill who really made the book for me. Jill is a modern sort of girl; she has new age hippie parents who send her to a new age hippie school, and though Mr.
Lewis obviously didn't seem to think much of it, I rather think it did her some good.
Unlike the Pevensie girls, who had a tendency to be ninnies and were very much girls of their time, Jill is a pretty level-headed kid, and neither expects nor receives any particularly special treatment on account of being a girl. She's a real, honest-to-god herione, who takes a--if not the--central role in the proceedings, rather than just sort of standing around observing while the boys do all the important stuff.
Girl protagonists, for the win! I love it. Also, I feel it's worth mentioning that Jill using the sort of behaviors, if a bit exaggerated, that annoyed me about Lucy and Susan to trick the giants of Harfang, and with no small amount of disgust, amused me greatly.
Maybe Lewis finally got the memo that post-war girls were a different breed.
But even though I rather adored Jill, I think my favorite character--not just from this book, but out of the whole series--has to be Puddleglum the Marsh-wiggle. God, what a character! In my opinion, he has the most personality of any of Lewis's other characters. I love his upbeat sort of persistent doom and gloom, though that would seem to be an oxymoron, and his bravery and resolve despite his bleak, pessimistic outlook on life.
I also loved that he was the only one who kept his head and saved the day through a heroic and selfless act when the witch was trying to enchant them. And I really hope we get to see him again in The Last Battle. I mean, who doesn't like a good Quest story? If there's a story where so-and-so goes on a long, harrowing journey to complete a difficult and dangerous task, I am all about it.
The only thing I didn't particularly like was that the journey itself didn't last long enough for my tastes, and the final conflict and resolution were a little too easy, but since it's a children's book, I'm willing to handwave those points.
Definitely worth a read if you're into fantasy. And overall, if you were going to read just one of the Narnia books, I would recommend this one. After my disappointment over The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, I was a little apprehensive as to how I would receive it. But all my fears were groundless as the story held my interest from the first chapter. For the first time, we don't meet the Pevensies. Instead we meet Eustace, returned to Narnia with Jill Pole, a school friend of his.
Although one misses Pevensies, the characters of Eustace and Jill who replace them The Silver Chair is a fascinating adventure story of the Chronicles of Narnia. Although one misses Pevensies, the characters of Eustace and Jill who replace them do justice to the story and display enough bravery and courage.
I really enjoyed the writing in this story. There was intrigue, suspense and humour. The minute and colourful description of the various places where the adventurers found themselves painted a true picture of the setting that one feels one is living in the story with all those characters.
Also there was underlying satire which was quite a new experience. Looking forward to the final read in the series and to complete the Chronicles. Smartarse — Dec 27, C. Lewis and I are never going to see eye to eye. First, because I've yet to feel any desire to participate in a seance, and second, I prefer my manipulative religious propaganda to be much more subtle in nature. And yet, despite all the above, I can't help but keep coming back to these books.
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