Book Review: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair by C. S. Lewis

Recommended : High school, Young Adults, Adults

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A much sinister of the Narnian novels in a chilling good way. The story follows the reformed  Eustace Scrubb and his  friend Jill Pole as they go back to Narnia and are charged by Aslan to find Caspian’s son Rillian . The story follows their adventures on why Rillian was missing where and why he went and why he hadn’t returned back.

The story follows their steps ,missteps, doubts and trust. My favorite moments in this book were the wisdom of the character Puddleglum. In a way the silver chair is a  way a great book that challenges perceptions and chained fears .

Theological Undercurrent –  Signs and Grace