R. M. Fisher

Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (8 of 9)
Location: New Zealand = Middle Earth!
Birthday: 3 Feb
In My Own Words:
Well, I'm an 21 year old student at Canterbury University in New Zealand, studying towards Masters in English. I've been an avid reader and movie-lover since a very early age. My own dream is to become a writer of any kind, and I'd especially love to combine my love of writing and movies by becoming a critic (thus by membership with Amazon.com)


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,494,535 - Total Helpful Votes: 8 of 9
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (The Chronicles of &hellip by C. S. Lewis
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia (or the fifth if you're reading them in chronological order), is a rather unusual book within the context of the series, considering the good-against-evil theme that permeates the other six books in the series is largely absent here. Of course there are dangers and trials, as well as personal conflict that need to be resolved, but because there is no central villain nor any fundamental evil that needs to be defeated, "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" is more thoughtful, more carefully paced, more obviously spiritual and more episodic than any of the other books.

Likewise is the role that the children from our world play within the story… Read more
The Last Battle (The Chronicles of Narnia, Book 7)&hellip by C. S. Lewis
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Say what you will about the correct reading order of C. S. Lewis's "The Chronicles of Narnia", one thing is certain - "The Last Battle" needs to be read last. It is not simply because it was written and published last in the series, that it clears up all loose ends in the previous installments and leaves no possible room for any sequels, but because it will change your entire understanding and perception of the last six books. Do what you like with the other books' reading order, but trust me on this one: "The Last Battle" needs to be read *last*.

It has been over two hundred years in Narnia after the events in "The Silver Chair", when Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole saved Prince… Read more