The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Narnia. Where a dragon awakens. Where stars walk the earth. Where a ship, the Dawn Treader, embarks on a voyage to the very ends of the world… Aboard the Dawn Treader, Edmund and Lucy join Prince Caspian, searching the Eastern Seas for lost friends of his father. Many miracles and dangers await them on their journey. As our friends – with their beastly cousin Eustace in tow – embark on their fateful voyage, they discover that their quest is much greater than they imagined, and that the world’s end is only the beginning. And soon they sail far out of charted waters, beyond all known lands, and into the arms of a faithful old companion… The complete and unabridged text of C S Lewis’s classic novel, in a handsome new edition to celebrate the latest Narnia film!

“The magic of C.S. Lewis’s parallel universe never fades.” The Times

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  • Good book better than the movie simply brilliant

    9 March 2014

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    I like all the Narnia books, but especially this one as it is even more adventurous and dangerous. I really like the part where they find someone turned to gold in a river. I also like when Eustace turns into a dragon. Very imaginative

    5 March 2014

  • its a good book 5/5/ really recommend it to people who love clssics

    8 March 2013

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    Edmund and lucy pevensie are back with a new comrade-eustace. They were dumped in the sea by a picture and then picked up by the narnian ship-the dawn treador. On that ship is prince caspian: their old friend. Can they find the long lost lords that ventured here before them

    7 March 2013

  • its a good book

    7 March 2013

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    C.S. Lewis won the Carnegie Medal in 1956 for The Last Battle.

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