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The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (The Chronicles of Narnia Facsimile, Book 5) Hardcover – 30 Sep 2010
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"The magic of C. S. Lewis's parallel universe never fades,"
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Lucy and Edmund, with their odious cousin Eustace, journey on board the gallant ship 'Dawn Treader' to the Eastern Seas in search of the seven lost friends of King Caspian the Ninth. On this extraordinary voyage of discovery they encounter a dragon, a sea serpent, a band of invisible people, a magician, and also the great Aslan himself, who makes them a very special promise.
The battle of good against evil is fought in the seven titles of the 'Chronicles of Narnia', the most enchanting fantasy novels ever written.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. See all Product description
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The main character is Eustace. At the start, he was an antagonist wanting to give Lucy and Edmund a tough time. In Narnia, he made enemies with Reepicheep and swung him by the tail. He howled and cried when he was on board the Dawn Treader. After they stopped at an island, Eustace ran off and found some treasure. Overnight he turned into a … dragon. He went back and found the crew and they thought that he was Lord Octesian because he put on a golden bracelet which belonged to Lord Octesian. Lucy asked him if he was Lord Octesian but as he wasn’t he shook his head. Lucy then asked if it was Eustace and he nodded. Lucy gave him some of the cordial which reduced the swelling but didn’t dissolve the gold. One night, Edmund awoke and saw someone – it was Eustace the boy. Eustace told him what had happened – how he met Aslan and tried to take off the dragon skin. He couldn’t do it so Aslan dug his claws in and ripped the dragon skin off. It hurt but it was all for the better. That changed Eustace completely.
This story is written in the third person e.g. he/she. It was a fantastic story because when I read it, a lot of the time I had to go to the dictionary to find out what some of the words meant. CS Lewis described the setting in detail because I could picture it in my head.
I would recommend this story because it is so fantastic because at the end when they met the lamb and had a breakfast of fish with it, it reminded me of the bible when the disciples had fish for breakfast with Jesus, the Lamb. The lamb then turned into Aslan who said that they could enter his kingdom from their world where he would be known as another name – Jesus Christ. He is the Lion and the Lamb.