A portal into another world, four kids journey through that portal into Narnia, having wondrous adventures, learning about each other and about themselves. Four kids, Lucy, Edmund, Susan, and Peter journey to Narnia, where they are the fated kings and queens destined to overthrow the White Witch that controls Narnia, turning all to stone who oppose her. With the help of Aslan, the lion who created Narnia, they join to their rightful throne, after overthrowing the White Witch forever. This book is great for anyone who has ever used their imagination to the fullest.
This book took many turns and stopped you in your tracks. When all four siblings come to Narnia together, they hear the White Witch and her horrible reign over the Naranians, Edmund can't believe what he is hearing and leaves to warn the Witch of the things plotted against her, but little did Edmund know that the witch had something more in mind for Edmund and his other siblings would need to come to his rescue. Susan and Lucy walked with Aslan, until he sensed danger and told them to hide. The White Witch's army came to torture Aslan. They shaved his hair off, spit on him, and beat him up. Finally, they killed him, in the time when the children needed him the most. The children had to realize that Aslan was with them in their hearts. When Aslan was resurrected, Lucy and Susan rode on his back to the White Witch's castle of statues of opposing Naranians. Aslan takes them to the room filled with statues, and breathes on one statue. Minutes later, the statue started jumping around and yelling for joy. In the next couple of minutes, all the statues are alive.
This book is very adventurous. When Peter first got his sword, Susan was chased by a wolf, intending to kill them. Peter came to Susan's defense, the wolf came charging at Peter. Peter had to be on guard, even though he had never fought anyone before. The wolf came charging at Peter, and Peter killed him by accident. After Aslan made the statues come to life, the White Witch's army charged on Edmund and Peter's army. Peter and The White Witch engaged in hand-to-hand combat. Peter was nearly killed by the White Witch, the White Witch almost turned Peter into stone. Aslan, Susan, and Lucy came to Peter's aid before she seriously hurt Peter. After the White Witch was overthrown, Peter, Susan, Lucy, and Edmund were kings and queens of Narnia. They all went on a hunting quest, and somehow got themselves lost. They all went through a thick part of the wood, lost each other, and found each other in the wardrobe at the same exact time they left.
This book had very detailed characters. When Lucy talked about Narnia, Susan and Peter dismissed Lucy's comments because they thought Lucy was making things up, like sisters do to get attention, and Edmund teased her, like older brothers do to little sisters, even though, he had been there before. When Aslan died for the siblings, Lucy and Susan cried for Aslan because he was a father figure for them. He helped them on problems, and counseled them on how to work together. Finally, when Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy entered into Narnia, Peter and Susan realized that Lucy was telling the truth and apologized to her.
This book, The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe, is great for anyone who has imagination.