Reviewed by Andrew F (age 10)
I thought that this was a really good book, because I love fantasy. This book had the talking animals, it had dwarfs, gods, and talking trees, it had a whole lot of magic. It also had one of the best villains out of all the books I've ever read.
My favorite part of the book was when they first got into the wood inbetween the worlds. This was my favorite part because I loved that they had access to over two hundred worlds, and all they had to do was jump into a puddle.
The character that I found really interesting was the evil queen Jadis. I found her really interesting because out of all the books I've ever read I've never heard of someone that cruel and self centered, or someone as greedy and desperate for power as she was.
This book is the first book in a series called The Chronicles of Narnia. There are six other books in this series they are, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, The Horse and His Boy, Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and, The Last Battle. They are all similar, because they all include very similar characters.
If you're a fantasy lover then you definitely need to read this book because of all the magic and crazy supernatural things that go on in this book. I think it would be good for everyone (except very young children. I recommend that anyone 10 or older should read this book.