mystmoon wrote:Chronicles of Narnia (before people pointed out all the meanings to me, that ruined it)
Jan Van Quirm wrote:mystmoon wrote:Chronicles of Narnia (before people pointed out all the meanings to me, that ruined it)
Me too! Especially in Dawn Treader where Eustace the dragon sloughs off several layers of scales - he was much better as a dragon and far more useful instead of useless!
Actually in retrospect C.S. Lewis is a very heavy-handed writer, whether it's for children or adults - The Screwtape Letters are about the best thing he did I think, as at least that doesn't pretend to be anything other than a immortality tale
<----i don't want to ruin the ending for everyoneSPOILER wrote:I mean they all died! and then they were told it was all happy and stuff, and that they could see everyone again, and they weren't upset or worried about it, they were just like "oh we're dead. but we're in narnia! YEY!"
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