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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

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Michael York

4 Hours 23 Minutes

HarperCollins Publishers

November 2000

Audio Book Summary

A simple game of hide-and-seek turns into a thrilling and dangerous adventure in this beloved tale in C.S. Lewis' classic The Chronicles of Narnia series.

Through the wardrobe, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy enter the mystical land of Narnia, where only the great Lion, Aslan, can conquer the dark magic of the White Witch and restore beauty and peace to a land threatened with eternal winter.

Michael York, an acclaimed actor, has appeared in such films as Romeo and Juliet, Cabaret, Wide Sargasso Sea and Austin Powers, as well as on the London and Broadway stages.

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  • Anonymous

    I enjoyed this book. I liked The Magicians Nephew more but this carried the same fairy tale adventure feeling as the last. Light hearted and easy to follow.

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  • Anonymous

    Great book for adults and children alike. The symbolism was very subtle. The lion is a substitute for the little boy. What does this remind you of?

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  • Howeln

    I remember reading this book in the past, but for some reason I remember there being more...the mind of a child I guess. At any rate, as an adult it is still and entertaining book and worth the time to listen to. The reader also does a very good job.

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  • Anonymous

    The reader was excellent. I loved the book and would read again.

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  • Sharon S

    One of my favorites as a child and just as good now that I am - ahem - older.

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  • Dan Pressley

    I was surprised how close the movie stayed with the book. Excellent book.

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  • Bonnie

    This was my first C. S. Lewis - ever. After listening to all the Potter books and finding them extremely entertaining, I was rather disappointed in this. I found the language rather stilted - but maybe that's just the way they wrote back then. The narrator did a good job, and the story was good. Maybe I need to listen to the rest of the Chronicles to get the full flavor.

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  • Trina Fleming

    Good listen and very entertaining...but then Lewis always is!

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