Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, together with their priggish cousin, Eustace Scrubb, return to Narnia three years after their last journey in The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
“Adventures are never fun while you’re having them.”
Without giving too much away, the Dawn Treader finally returns to Narnia with some additions to the crew and some losses, as the two Pevensie’s and Eustace (now no longer worthless) return to his parent’s house in Cambridge with the assistance of Aslan. With The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, C S Lewis has written another excellent story.
The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader‘s summary: Lucy and Edmund Pevensie are living with their nasty cousin Eustace Scrubb while their older brother, Peter, studies for an exam with Professor Kirke and their older sister, Susan, travels around America with their parents. A image of a ship at sea draws Edmund, Lucy, and Eustace into the Narnian world. (The artwork, which was hanging in the guest bedroom where Lucy was sleeping, had been an undesired gift from Eustace’s parents.) The three youngsters arrive in the water near the titular Dawn Treader and are brought aboard. […]
In a little boat, these four go through a sea of lilies until they reach a wall of water that reaches into the sky. Reepicheep paddles his coracle up the waterfall, fulfilling Ramandu’s condition, and is never seen again in Narnia. Edmund, Eustace, and Lucy come across a Lamb, who transforms into Aslan. Edmund and Lucy will not return to Narnia, according to Aslan. Everyone in the actual world notices how much Eustace has changed in the end of The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
The Dawn Treader’s crew is joined by Ed, Lucy, and Eustace in their search for the Seven Expelled Lords who sailed East seven years ago. Eustace is a remarkable character of The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader in that he acts as many would, with absolute amazement, shock, and borderline terror at the ‘backward’ Narnian world, as well as constantly questioning and assigning his own views about his fellow crew’s intentions and purposes.
The tale, like every other story in this series, had a moralistic tinge to it that acted as a reminder of good behavior for its young audience. However, the finale was a little depressing. This is the time for the final farewell but it’s enough in the narrative for the children to grow up and remember that this is the final departure. Overall, The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook 3: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is worth listening to. It will make you long to be a kid again.
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