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Lucy is the first to see a mysterious wardrobe in the professor’s mysterious old house. A wardrobe beyond which there’s a secret country named Narnia. At first, no one trusts her when she tells of Narnia, but the other three kids and Lucy’s siblings discover it as well and meet Aslan, the great lion.
What makes this book stand out?
Unlike Lewis's previous creation, the book plot is mainly fantastical and has the biblical references in the background of the story.
Read it for
Its the beginning of the Chronicles of Narnia, the part where the all adventure begins.
Don't read it for
The supporting backstories of some the characters are either unavailable or too confusing to be understood.