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The Silver Chair is a fantasy novel written by C. S. Lewis. Chronologically, it is the sixth book in The Chronicles of Narnia, although it was published fourth.

The story begins when Eustace Scrubb, introduced in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, meets classmate Jill Pole at their school, Experiment House. At Eustace's suggestion, they ask for Aslan's help while trying to escape from a gang of bullies, and blunder through a gate into Aslan's Country. Jill shows off by approaching a high cliff's edge, and Eustace falls over trying to pull her back. Aslan saves Eustace by blowing him to Narnia, then charges Jill with Eustace to find the lost Narnian Prince Rilian.

Reader's Reviews


A very good book, it is the most sinister and scary of the Chronicles, but I really enjoyed it.


I loved The Silver Chair, it was the best book by C. S. Lewis. The adventure and storyline are fantastic!


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Parental Guidance

  • Reading Age: 10+
  • Reading Aloud Age: 8+

More sinister and darker than all the other Chronicles of Narnia.

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