This is a little follow-up to yesterday's book review. You don't need to have read that one for this. But I'd sure appreciate it! I'm not desperate, why do you ask? Conflict is the most important aspect in making a story interesting. It pushes your characters and gives the audience something to grab their interest.… Continue reading The Aslan Problem
This is an odd Narnia book. It's almost completely disconnected from every other story in this series. In fact, it's so independent that it ultimately ends up as an in-universe myth. You could skip it entirely and lose absolutely nothing. Not that you should. Because I'm not gonna lie: this is kinda the best Narnia… Continue reading The Horse and His Boy: A Fun Change of Pace
Man, I've had this review sitting on the shelf for a while! I started writing this way back in July! The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is one of the most beloved children stories of all time. It's a true fantasy classic that's stood the test of time for... Jesus, seventy years! It's one… Continue reading The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe: The One Everyone Knows
The Chronicles of Narnia is one of those series that I've known about for... well, my entire life, basically. C.S. Lewis is an author I've been passingly familiar with for many years now. Yet, for some reason, I've never actually read any of his works. I've seen all the Narnia movies, but that was all… Continue reading The Magician’s Nephew: Narnia’s First Day. Literally.