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Saturday 26 October 2013

Children's Week: Review: Prince Caspian (Narnia)

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The book Prince Caspian is about four children called Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. They all get transported to Narnia when they were waiting for the trains to go to boarding school. They had to get split up because the boys went to one school and the girls went to another. When they got to Narnia they had an adventure with Prince Caspian that I found very interesting.

What I Liked
I liked the book Prince Caspian because it was very wondering and full of mystery. The blurb was very convincing so I could not help reading the book.

What I Didn’t Like
It took a while to get into the book and get to the interesting parts of the story. It was also a bit disgusting when they had to skin the bear.

My Opinion
This book was boring and then interesting and it kept going on like that. It had weird words that I found sort of hard to pronounce such as names and words like Trumpkin, Aslan, Nikubrik and Trufflehunter. It also had very good descriptions.

I thought this was a great book to read and I am very pleased we read this in book club.

- This review by Sophie Dale, a member of the St Mary's Catholic Primary School Kalgoorlie Book Club.

Title: Prince Caspian (Narnia)
Author: C S Lewis
Publication Date: First published 1951
For ages: 9+
Type: Middle Fiction, Junior Fiction