Prince Caspian is a fantasy novel written by C. S. Lewis. Chronologically, it is the fourth book in The Chronicles of Narnia series, although it was published second, as a sequel to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. This is why it has the rarely acknowledged sub-title The Return to Narnia.
While standing on a railway station in 1941, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are magically whisked away to a beach near an old and ruined castle. Peter soon recognises that they are in Cair Paravel, where they once ruled as the Kings and Queens of Narnia. They then realise that Aslan has called them back to Narnia for a purpose. They find Prince Caspian and try to help him re-claim his crown as King of Narnia from the evil clutches of Caspian's uncle, Miraz.
This my least favourite Narnia book.
Another wonderful atmospheric tale in The Chronicles of Narnia series. Although written second, chronologically it is fourth. Although it is a wonderful tale it is my least favorite book about Narnia. But that's only because the rest of them are so good.
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