Book Review: “The Voyage of the Dawn Treader”

Book fifteen of my 2019 Reading Challenge.

C.S. Lewis’s The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The fifth book in the Chronicles of Narnia was the third movie made by Disney. It follows Prince Caspian in both the book and movie.

I have to admit I am getting a bit burned out on these books, but I am still determined to finish the entire series.

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader had similar plot differences with the film adaptation as Prince Caspian did. Some details were different and some order of events were swapped around. But, of course, that is to be expected with film adaptations of books.

I did enjoy this book more than I enjoyed the last. I think the detail and flow of this story was better and had more action and development. I, personally, like the two younger Pevensie children more and so having them be the only two in this book was more enjoyable. Lucy’s character is always ready for adventure and ready to learn new things. She develops more and more as a young lady as the books fo on and I really enjoyed her personal battles in this book.

I also enjoyed the new character Eustace, Lucy and Edmund’s cousin. He definitely isn’t a likable person at the beginning but his growth in the book is relatable and was fun to follow. His experiences were other worldly, but they parallel many things that young children experience in the real world which makes him a key character for young readers to bond with.

This one is a bit short, but as I’ve said in all my review of this series, I’d recommend reading it.

Stay tuned for the next review: The Silver Chair, book six in the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis or Stay Sexy & Don’t Get Murdered by podcast queens Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark.

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