The Voyage of the dawn treader,
This review is from: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (The Chronicles of Narnia, Book 5) (Paperback)
This 'the voyage of the dawn treader' is the 5th book in the chronicles of Narnia, unlike the other books it is set mainly in the sea, and is full of exploration and adventure. In the previous book 'prince caspian' Peter and Susan are told that they will never again enter Narnia because they are too old. Their two younger siblings, Lucy and Edmund are at their cousin's house, Eustace Scrubb, a picture in his room transports the three onto the ship 'the dawn treader'
Once on board they find out it is the ship of the king Caspian who is an old freind of Edmund and Lucy, and that they are exploring the seas to find some of his fathers freinds who had strangely disapeared.
A classic Narnia character(Reepicheep the plucky mouse) is trying to fulfil his dream of going to the worlds end to the country of Aslan.
Eustace is moaning all time about this, that and the other but finaly gets his comeuppance. On their journey they encounter many beasts but will they live to tell the tale?
A sensational book that will leave you wanting more and more, for anyone from 9+. I liked the book because it was fast paced and something was always happening.