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The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

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This year sees the launch of the most exciting Chronicles of Narnia film yet, we publish a beautiful tie-in edition of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. The intrepid Edmund and Lucy return to Narnia - with their beastly cousin Eustace in tow - on the ship The Dawn Treader, where their old friend Prince Caspian is searching for lost friends of his father's. As the children take to the Eastern Seas in their hunt for the friends they find themselves embroiled in a dangerous adventure that leads them once again to Aslan the lion. Hide synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.500
Tarissa

Are you coming aboard ship?

by Tarissa on Oct 5, 2014

A wonderful book in the Narnia series! The 'Dawn Treader' is King Caspian's own ship, and he's going on a thrilling adventure through the Great Eastern Ocean. Edmund, Lucy, and their cousin Eustace "join the picture" in Narnia aboard the ship. Although the charm of having all 4 siblings together is missing from this particular story, Reepicheep made up for it... what a gallant mouse! He always knows just what to say. King Caspian is on a quest to locate the whereabouts of 7 missing Narnian lords. The 'Dawn Treader' will go through many enchanted trials across the ocean, as the travel continues past the Silver Sea, to the End of the World, Aslan's country. Are you coming aboard ship?

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Bean

An adventure my kids loved

by Bean on Dec 6, 2011

This is a book I've been reading to my kids for the last several weeks. They were eager to start reading it after we rented the movie one night. They all liked the book very much, and even though it is different from the movie in many instances, they still found it very enjoyable in its own right. This book continues the story of Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, who are staying with an aunt and uncle while the rest of their family takes a trip to America. Their cousin Eustace despises them and their stories of Narnia. One afternoon Eustace finds himself drawn with his cousins into a painting in Lucy's bedroom, and they are all whisked off to Narnia for an adventurous sea voyage. I don't think I have ever met a more offensive and whining character than Eustace. I find it so funny that Lewis named the character Eustace, because Useless Eustace describes him perfectly at the beginning of the book. Happily, Eustace goes through some miraculous transformations, physically and socially, during the children's adventures, and ends up to be a very useful boy at the end. Reepicheep, the courageous mouse, also makes this book quite memorable. He is always daring the crew of the Dawn Treader to keep sailing forward, and never seems to know the meaning of the words doubt and fear. Just like Lucy, I want to pick him up and just hug the stuffing out of him, but that would be quite disrespectful behavior towards such a gallant knight!

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Bean76

An adventure my kids loved

by Bean76 on Dec 6, 2011

This is a book I've been reading to my kids for the last several weeks. They were eager to start reading it after we rented the movie one night. They all liked the book very much, and even though it is different from the movie in many instances, they still found it very enjoyable in its own right. This book continues the story of Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, who are staying with an aunt and uncle while the rest of their family takes a trip to America. Their cousin Eustace despises them and their stories of Narnia. One afternoon Eustace finds himself drawn with his cousins into a painting in Lucy's bedroom, and they are all whisked off to Narnia for an adventurous sea voyage. I don't think I have ever met a more offensive and whining character than Eustace. I find it so funny that Lewis named the character Eustace, because Useless Eustace describes him perfectly at the beginning of the book. Happily, Eustace goes through some miraculous transformations, physically and socially, during the children's adventures, and ends up to be a very useful boy at the end. Reepicheep, the courageous mouse, also makes this book quite memorable. He is always daring the crew of the Dawn Treader to keep sailing forward, and never seems to know the meaning of the words doubt and fear. Just like Lucy, I want to pick him up and just hug the stuffing out of him, but that would be quite disrespectful behavior towards such a gallant knight!

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bookishwench

More for Narnia Fans

by bookishwench on Jul 7, 2009

Better than the earlier Prince Caspian, Dawn Treader is a nifty adventure through the uncharted seas of Narnia. Reepicheep, the daring mouse warrior, plays a substantial role, and we are intorduced to the Pevensies' cousin Eustace. You'll want to read it before the movie comes out.

PeachTea

Awesome

by PeachTea on Mar 10, 2009

I can never decide which Narnian Chronicle is my favorite -- but this one is a top pick. The story is exactly what the title says: the voyage of King Caspians ship, the Dawn Treader. It is, in places, hilarious, and in others, touching. Wonderful book. Read it.

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