Edmund and Lucy are dreading spending the summer with their cousin Eustance Stubbs, that is until the three of them are pulled back into the world of Narnia and are invited to join in the Quest of King Caspian to undertake a sea voyage on the ship the Dawn Treader to find his seven lost friends. Eustance is a real pain in the neck until an incident with a dragon and the great Aslan helps him to grow up a little.
The review of this Book prepared by Neil Morey
"There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it." So starts one of the best books in the Narnia series. Lucy and Edmund must stay with their aunt and uncle and dread cousin, Eustace, during the summer. When they are drawn into Narnia, Eustace comes, too, and perforce tags along when they join Prince Caspian's sea journey of exploration. Eustace is miserable on the journey, and makes everyone else's life miserable, too, until he has a private adventure and a major change of heart.
The review of this Book prepared by Ivy
The longest, funniest, and most complex in plot of the classic Narnia series. Probably best to read this after 'Lion, Witch, Wardrobe' and 'Prince Caspian', and before 'The Silver Chair' and 'The Last Battle'.
Lucy and Edmund accidentally drag their obnoxious cousin Eustace Scrubb into a sea borne voyage of adventure, discovery, and growing up. Dragons, dwarves, slavery, sea monsters, and the Edge of the World. And back.
The review of this Book prepared by Michael JR Jose