Two children, Eustace and Jill, are picked to save the prince's life from the evil witch. They are sent to Narnia, the magical place out of this world, by Aslan, the king of all Narnia. Aslan sends them there so that they would travel to the other side of Narnia into the witch's palace and defeat her, so they can have the prince back.
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Eustace and Jill overcome huge obstacles, but in the end make it to the palace. When they reach the palace, the witch is waiting for them, waiting to kill them. She has her army try to kill them but Aslan comes and rescues them. As he fights them off, the children run inside and take the prince. The prince is free, and Aslan kills the witch.
The review of this Book prepared by samantha
Eustance Stubbs returns to school a changed boy after his adventures in Narnia. When he sees a Jill Pole, a girl at his school has been bullied by some of the older children he tells her of his adventures to cheer her up but he doesn't know that they will both be sent back there soon. Aslan calls them to send them on a mission to save the long lost prince of Narnia who has been held captive in the silver chair. Many times through their journey through laziness, magical enchantment od tiredness they forget Aslans instructions but they must remember in order to save the Prince and gain the confidence to go back to their own world and face the bullies.
The review of this Book prepared by Neil Morey
Part of the Narnia series, 'The Silver Chair' should be read after the 'Voyage of the Dawn Treader', and before 'The Last Battle'. Our heroes are Eustace Scrubb (who first entered Narnia from the adventure in the
'Voyage of the Dawn Treader'), and Jill Pole. Their quest is to find Rilian, son of King Caspian, and the long lost prince of Narnia. On the way there are giants, many hardships, and the dangerous kingdom of a underground
world which few suspect. To succeed they must follow the signs that Aslan has given to Jill. But will they be able to remember them? Will they be brave enough to follow them?
The review of this Book prepared by Michael JR Jose