Wednesday, December 10, 2008

The Narnia saga continues!

I have been waiting with baited breath for the DVD release of The Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian since it was out in theaters. Narnia was one of my favorite childhood retreats, I had the entire series, all seven books, and would sit down in a weekend and read the entire series front to back.

For those of you that are not familiar with the book series Prince Caspian is actually the fourth book from the series but the series but the series was never exactly in order as it skips around a bit but storyline wise its actually I believe the third book in order of the time line, don't quote me on this its been awhile since I've actually read the series front to back but I always remember it being a little off in the way the books are numbered. Prince Caspian was always my least favorite book in the series for several reasons but the biggest reason is the fact that Aslan is for the most part absent for most of the book and movie as well as this movie focuses more on the Humans who live in Narnia than the magical creatures as it picks up hundreds of years after the children have left Narnia (its only been a year in Earth time) and the humans of Narnia, the Telmarines, have been executing the mystical creatures of Narnia for generations and even the trees have totally gone to sleep. It was all a bit too depressing for me as a child and I did always slightly dread it when I got to that particular book in the series. However, with that said its one of the most important books as it really sets the stage for the rest of the novels and its one of the most history rich books in the series as it really gives you some good insight into what makes both Aslan and the rest of Narnia work.

I watched The Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian on blu ray and wow... wow.. the film is so crisp that I could actually see the beams of light peeking through the trees at the beginning of the film when the children are taking a boat up the river in search of Aslan. Every aspect of the film is so well done that you will swear you are there. Even the CGI is breath taking and the scene where the water entity takes out the bridge is impressive to say the least. That alone would be enough to get me but for every detail you can see you can hear as well as the soundtrack for Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian on blu ray is amazing. The music is stand alone fabulous and even if you are not a Narnia fan I would highly recommend the soundtrack by itself but the sound effects are really great as well! This is exactly the sort of thing I expected when I spent $300 to buy a blu ray player and its exactly the movie that makes me glad a thousand times over I did.



The storyline of Prince Caspian may leave a few of you disappointed if your expecting a heartwarming story about Aslan and a happy ending. Prince Caspian is story is ruthless as far as Narnia goes.. its a struggle from the beginning as Prince Caspian's father is dead and he is the crown prince in waiting for his thrown with his insane uncle watching over the throne in the meantime while he has time to grow up. Sadly in the meantime his uncle has other ideas and when his own son is born he plots to kill Prince Caspian so his own son would become the crown prince and heir to the thrown. That is how the movie opens and it pretty much sets the tone for the rest of the movie. Death, the constant struggle between right and wrong, anger over the absence of his father, with a slight undertone of a love story all mixed in one. I really don't want to give away the whole story as if your a fan of Narnia I think its really important that you see Prince Caspian as its a building block for the rest of the story but I will say that the ending always gets me both in the book and the movie as it seems so terribly unfair. Though I guess growing up is never fair and that was the point all along.It really sounds like I didn't like Prince Caspian and its just not true, its just one of those stories that's hard to swallow at times but leaves you cheering for the accomplishments of the characters. Thus far its by far the prettiest and most impressive looking Narnia film yet and obviously a real love for the series shows through in every detail.

The Chronicles of Narnia : Prince Caspian
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206 Comments:

Jenna said...

To be quite honest i do not know much about The Chronicles of Narnia. I hear great things about it. Thanks so much!

Kimberly L said...

For me its a toss up of Lucy and Aslan. I guess I really think Aslan is my favorite character, he is so wise and compassionate and yet mysterious.

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Stephanie said...

This movie is definitely on our "to rent" or "to buy" list. My husband and I are both fans of C.S. Lewis and we enjoyed the first Narnia movie so I bet we'll like this one too.

My favorite book in the series? Hmmm...That's a tough one. I really like The Magician's Nephew.

K Amos said...

My favorite book is the Silver chair

Katweb said...

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I have loved the whole Chronicles of Narnia series since I was abot 10, and have read it numerous times, can't be beat. MY favorite character is of course Aslan.

MJ said...

I cannot narrow it down to one favorite book, let alone one favorite character! C.S.Lewis said that Reeepicheep and Puddleglum were his personal favorites. All I can say is that Edmund, Trumpkin (my favorite from "Prince Caspian" because of his sterling worth and crotchety exterior), Bree, Aravis, Uncle Andrew and Polly rank way up there, too.

As for the books, they are each deeply moving to me. "The Magician's Nephew" makes me laugh the most; "The Last Battle" makes me tear up every single time I read it. One of the most amazing experiences of my life was reading the entire series aloud to my little brother. Now I'm looking forward to the day I can start with my daughter.

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Sara said...

Ive read all of CS Lewis' books, but Prince Caspian is my favorite. I didn't picture him as such a hunk though, until I saw the film!

dwhogan said...

I'd have to go with Prince Caspian

Abby said...

I haven't read this series yet but I keep hearing it gave RAVE reviews. Would love to get the movie for my son who is a BIG fan!

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3 for Me! said...

The first gift I gave to my husband (when we were still dating) was a copy of Prince Caspian:) I knew he loved the Science Fiction genre and I loved the high school Lion,Witch and the Wardrobe play:)

ANyway, we read Prince Caspian together during our 1st year of marriage;) Ans we saw the Lion,Witch and the Wardrobe in the theater... didn't get a chance to see Prince Caspian!!

This would be a FUN gift for my hubby especially since he usually gets slighted from gifts since his b-day is soo close to Christmas:)

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Alexia said...

I've read all of the books and seen both of the new Narnia movies! It's so hard to choose a favorite book or character though! I think one of my favorite books of the Narnia series was The Voyage of the Dawn Treader because they visited so many different places in that book.

Fangirl Jen said...

I actually like the first (chronologically) book "The Magician's Nephew". I like the story of the beginning of Narnia and the origin of the White Witch. I think the Witch is actually my favorite character, because like the children, she was not from Narnia.

Yes, I have read the entire series.

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mverno said...

The Magician's Nephew i love the magic

Cherie J said...

I have not read the books but my favorite character from the movie was little Lucy who has that wonderful childlike faith that I wish I had more of. Thanks for the contest.

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Marigold said...

The one character that I can't ever get out of my head is Susan. Yes, she comes to reject Narnia as she grows into a silly, self-absorbed young woman, but the story ends with her losing her entire family in a train crash. Even as a young child, it seemed incredibly cruel to me that such a loss was the price one paid for conceit. And ultimately, which makes for the better story; the eternally good who gain their just rewards, or the fallen girl who must re-evaluate her life and values in the aftermath of extraordinary tragedy?
I've often thought of Susan, all alone in a world without magic. I hope she found her way back.

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I'm a subscriber. ;)

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VickeC said...

I must be one of the few that hasnt either read the books or seen any of the movies,ive seen the commericals an it looks interesting but i want to watch it with my little grandson,he has seen it all

VickeC said...

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coriwestphal said...

I haven't read the books but I'd like to. And my favorite characters are the beavers in the first one. They're so cute!

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Linda said...

I never read the books but I did see the first movie two times. My favorite character is Aslan because he is kind, caring, selfless, and powerful.

dbadour said...

I like Aslan because he is so regal.

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Amber said...

I read the books as a child, and always loved Aslan! He is so strong and helps the the children in so many ways. Thanks!

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lisagee said...

Never read the books but seen the movie. Aslan is my fav because even though he died, he came back to life :o)

chromiumman said...

i always like the magician's nephew, because you learned the backstory of narnia

marleenandlouie said...

I haven't read the book nor seen the movie. But I sure would love to so I hope I win. Thanks

Julie D said...

I love Aslan. I've only read the first one.

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reddon30 said...

Aslan...thank you.

sito50 said...

I read the Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe when I was a kid. I loved Aslan.

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Erica C. said...

Prince Caspian is our favorite in this house!

Sandy said...

aslan is our favorite

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agordon10 said...

Haven't read the bookd, but I know my kids want to see the movie

Roxanne said...

I loved the character of Lucy. She was such an honest and forth right child. I knew there had to be areason she found her way through the bureau and into Narnia first among all the children

Roxanne said...

I loved the character of Lucy. She was such an honest and forth right child. I knew there had to be areason she found her way through the bureau and into Narnia first among all the children

Roxanne said...

I loved the character of Lucy. She was such an honest and forth right child. I knew there had to be areason she found her way through the bureau and into Narnia first among all the children

Roxanne said...

I loved the character of Lucy. She was such an honest and forth right child. I knew there had to be areason she found her way through the bureau and into Narnia first among all the children

Roxanne said...

I loved the character of Lucy. She was such an honest and forth right child. I knew there had to be areason she found her way through the bureau and into Narnia first among all the children

redron said...

Prince Caspian

clc408 said...

I've read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, bot none of the others.

LIDARKSIDE said...

I haven't read any of the books. I just saw the first movie.

Sunnyvale said...

Never read the books but would like to.

jewel33 said...

I have raised three girls, so we have all definitely read the books! My girls are 5 years apart, so I have had many years of reading to and with them. Our favorite book is The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe and favorite character is Lucy.

Paige said...

I have the whole set and recently I've started sharing them with my daughter. My favorite book is "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader".

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Kimberly L said...

I am subscribed via google reader feed

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Kristie said...

My favorite character is Aslan, because of what he stands for.

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RebekahC said...

I grew up reading this series, And while this was a good movie and book, my favorite from this series is The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. My favorite character would be Aslan or Lucy.

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Finamoon said...

My favorite character was Aslan. I like the book Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe.

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miriama said...

Haven't read the books but I saw the movie. The character that stuck with me was Aslan.

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stampedwithgrace said...

I liked Voyage of the Dawn Treader!

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vmkids said...

I have read a few of the books and I must say the favorite characters are the side ones but aslan was the favorite big character

Gina said...

I've only read "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe," so it's my favorite. I actually just got the boxed set so that I can read them to my kids.

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Tara said...

I loved the Lion Witch and the Wardrobe. I remember reading the series when I was really young. I remember the first book the most. Such a good and in depth set of books with a positive message.

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stowelljg said...

I've read all of the books and they are okay, but nothing really terrific. My favorite character is Lucy because she is definitely the most down-to-earth person in the series.

Sarah S said...

I loved Lucy and Edmund the most. And I love this movie!!

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Kari said...

I loved the character of mr. Tumnus. Im not sure why, he just really made me feel happy

Kari said...

Im also a subscriber!!

~*Just Plain Momma*~ said...

welove love love lucy here...i haven't read the books in years and i mean years...so dont emember those but i do the movie and we love lucy
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Smooshy said...

The first one was my favorite. Aslan's my favorite character, probably because I'm a Leo.

Dave said...

I did read most of the books, but it's been a long time. The book I remember best is Voyage of the Dawn Treader. I'm looking forward to the film version if they make one. Thank you for the great give-away.

Don A. said...

the lion, witch and wardrobe was my favorite of the books, but the Prince Caspian movie is a family favorite!

susan1215 said...

I haven't read any of the books

hues262 said...

I think when The children, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are evacuated from London was the start of a nice adventure. Yes, I have read all the books and still have them, the DVD would be a good addition.

Kelly said...

We;ve read a boy and his horse from the series. Lucy is my fave.

Devon said...

We have read them all and I love Aslan. The best of the books was the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe I think.

bleatham said...

Our favorite is the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe! Thanks so much...Aslan is a fave!

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Brooke Lorren said...

The Magician's Nephew stands out in my mind as a favorite right now.

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Debbie Criss said...

My son would love this. Please enter me, thank you

drming said...

I like Aslan because he is such a Christ like figure and represents good vs evil.

msrodeobrat said...

i love the books and the movies, aslan is by far my favorite because he is just so mystical, i love the mystery that surrounds him

Kim said...

I haven't ever read the books... but I would love the dvd!

Kim said...

and I am a subscriber!

Robyn said...

I have somehow missed out on these movies and books, but I've bought Chronicles of Narnia for our son for Christmas, and he's at an age where I know he's going to love it.
In contrast to The Golden Compass, and the others from that series, I've learned that these stories are pro-christian and do not degrade the faith. I'm really looking forward to watching this with my son, and would love to have the sequel!
Thank you and Merry Christmas!

3boyzmom said...

I haven't read the series, although I know that my oldest son has read and enjoyed the books. My favorite character would have to be the lion.

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cdrury said...

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My favorite character is Aslan because he is kind, caring, selfless, and powerful.

Ally said...

In 4th grade, Mr. Zimmerman read the books to our class during study time. I don't really remember them but I remember liking the lion.

Melinda said...

I read the first book when I was younger and enjoyed it

joy said...

I saw the first movie and it was great, i would really like to read the series

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Misty said...

suzan is my favorite. she is so beautiful and played this role perfectly.
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Robert said...

I have not read the books or seen any of the movies so I would love to have this dvd

stupendousdan said...

The first book was best. It's the combindation of introduction + fantasy + spirituality.

Karen said...

I haven't seen the movie yet, but remember the books from my childhood fondly.

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Ginny said...

I've never actually read it even though I plan to one day

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tsslug said...

Prince Casspian is the favorite at our house

Diaper Cakes Becca said...

I liked The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. When I was little (when I read this book for the first time) I had a wardrobe in my room and, for some reason, this really made that book come alive for me. I would DREAM about my own wardrobe opening up to a huge magical land such as Narnia. That has stayed with me. I love the idea of secret passages and entryways and magical places.

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Lindley said...

I loved all of the books as a kid and we just went to see Narnia the Musical at a local theater and rented the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe this weekend. It is amazing that even decades later, my son is hooked on the story!
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janetfaye said...

The only one that I have read is The Chronicles of Narnia.

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nancy said...

I liked the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe when I was a child

April said...

I've read most of the books and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is my favorite book. Lucy is also my favorite character. Her innocence and ability to believe in things is something that I miss about myself now that I'm an adult.

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angie said...

I loved this series growing up also! The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe was my favorite! But I love Aslan!

Thanks for this giveaway!
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Cindy said...

My favorite character is Lucy. She seems really wise for her age and so brave,too.

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Anonymous said...

Aslan is my favorite because he has so much sompassion and wisdom.

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Melissa said...

I have read all the books and it's hard to choose a favorite because they're all good. I guess I would have to say "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe."

Marc Hollin said...

I never read these books myself but think a teacher did to our class. My favorite character would be Aslan.

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LadyJemima said...

I've read all the books and the first (Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe) is my favorite...going to Narnia for the first time is magical!

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see above said...

Don't know. Sorry, just entering for my wife, she's a big fan. I never got into these books/movies that much.

Deb said...

I have read the books and I really like the origin story in "The Magician's Nephew". Thanks for the great giveaway.

Angie said...

I remember reading these books as a young girl..and now my daughter enjoys them! We have not seen this film yet..but our favorite character is Aslan from the first film. Prince Caspian is my favorite book though!

trippyjanet said...

I have not read the books..

deedleweedle said...

I've never read the books, but I'd love to win the movie!

Jayfr said...

I like that the lion doesn't show up until the end of the 2nd movie, then he saves the day. Makes you think the rest of the movie/story was just filler.

angelacisco said...

Aslan is my favorite character . I enjoyed the lion witch and the wardrobe when I was a kid and I'm glad that they made a newer movie about it for my kid's to enjoy today.
I never realized until I was older that it was a christian movie.

Tammy said...

My favorite book is The Magician's Nephew. Mostly because it explains where Narnia and the "wardrobe" come from. Digory (the Professor as a child), is my favorite in the book.

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Heather said...

I have to go with Aslan.

JamericanSpice said...

My favorite character is the Lion.

christin said...

the lion, the witch and the wardrobe is one of my favorite books of all time. thanks for the chance to win this!
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blueeyeleo said...

I havent had a chance to read any of the books but the books are always better then the movie.

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Amanda said...

I've read all the books at one point in time and liked Susan the best. I always thought that Lucy was a little too goody-goody and I identified with the girls better, of course.

bongeezer said...

Did not read the books, But saw the film, Have to go with Mr. Beaver.

vboackle said...

i have not seen or read these .

justicecw said...

I read the books but it was a long time ago! My favorite character is Aslan. thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

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Amandatinkerbell said...

Prince Caspian is my favorite book, but I've only read the first two so far.

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robt6 said...

My favorite is Silver chair, enter me please.

bkh61959 said...

My favorite character is Aslan, thanks for the giveaway

Dallan said...

I read them all as a kid. i liked all the animals.

denyse said...

I have not read the books.

Ken said...

I like little Lucy from the first book. She had a gutty innocence. Please accept my entry. Thank you.

bison61 said...

I like Lucy she was sweet and innocent

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Jessilyn82 said...

I love Aslan since he stands up for what's right and is courageous

Anonymous said...

Aslan is my favorite character :)

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Robin said...

I read all the books when I was younger, my favorite character is Aslan due to the bravery he shows in the books

booklover said...

I've not read any of the books or seen either of the movies so I don't have a favorite character yet.

JenReg said...

Aslan...he's very smart and there's an element of surprise to him!

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jb said...

For me its a toss up of Lucy and Aslan. I guess I really think Aslan is my favorite character, he is so wise and compassionate and yet mysterious.

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Molly C. said...

It's been so long since I've read the books, but watching the movies has been bringing it back. I love Lucy.

fluggy said...

my favorite from this series is The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. My favorite character is Lucy.

:) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

Veronica said...

What a great giveaway!! Thanks for the chance :)

klp1965 said...

i loved the lion the witch and the wardrobe :)

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Mommyhood is Thankless said...

Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe was always my favorite!

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idahomom said...

Lion Witch and the Wardrobe was awesome.

Annie said...

I read these books over and over again as a child. My favorite was always "The Horse and His Boy".

Jolene said...

the lion the witch and the wardrobe

Pat said...

Favorite book was The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
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Carolyn said...

I have never read the series, but my older daughter has and her favorite book was The Lion, Witch and Wardrobe.
All the kids enjoyed the movie!

dbacksfan001 said...

I like Aslan.

tuliej said...

I love all of the books (and the 2 movies - can't wait for the next!), but I think my favorite is The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

happishopr said...

I must be one of the few that hasn't either read the books or seen any of the movies so I don't have a favorite character or moment yet. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

CanAmBlond said...

I read the books long ago, and recently borrowed them from the library again. I told my daughter to read them, and she loved them! I like all the stories, but my favorite character would have to be Susan...she's such a little mother to the other kids. Thanks for the chance to win a great DVD.

Erin said...

I read the books when I was a child. My favorite book was the "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe".

Angela said...

The Last Battle was my favorite. A real eye opener about reality vs. perception, faith, and making choices. Excellent series. I always had a fondness for the character of Peter.

Anonymous said...

Aslan; forthright!

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Stephanie Bruce said...

I loved the orignal best thanks so much!

Think about it said...

Prince Caspian is my favorite in the movie. hes a cutie!
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ky2here said...

Good ole' Aslan is our favorite.

Annemarie said...

I have read some of the books. The Lion, Witch & Wardrobe is my favorite.

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tlcfromtn said...

I haven't read the books or seen the movie so I don't have a favorite book or character.I would love to see the movie though. thanks!

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Qwill said...

I have read and reread the books multiple times. I always loved Reepicheep the mouse.

walters123 said...

Aslan is my favorite. Who would not pick a talking lion that is fierce and friendly.

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txterri said...

I haven't read the books or seen the movie... but Prince Caspian is pretty cute. Thanks!

jennifer57 said...

Lucy :)

traymona said...

Mr. Tumnus is the character I remember most vividly from the movie.
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mom2gabnnat said...

We have the whole set of Narnia books but I've only read The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe so far. They are a great read though. DH has read the whole series again recently.

blown96cobra said...

I have not read the books, but we do have the first movie and loved it. I loved Aslan. So strong and courageous, yet still kind and patient.

mom2anutball said...

I really like lucy because she is soo brave!

mom2anutball said...

Im a subscriber!

dvice said...

I haven't read them but my favorite character is Lucy because she keeps on persevering

John Deal said...

I haven't read them, but I'd like to win this for my granddaughter. AztecFeller@aol.com

purango said...

Asian is my favorite because he is strong and fearless and a hero. garrettsambo@aol.com

Leah said...

I sooo love The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe! A truly magical book that inspires me to draw and paint and create! : )))

Thanks so much for this give~away! : )))

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Leah said...

I also subscribe! : )))

leahita[at]gmail[dot]com

donnac36 said...

I havent read the books but want to see the move!

Jayme Isaacs said...

I Havent Read The Chronicles Of Narnia Books

My Favorite Chronicles Of Narnia Character Is Aslan

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Jayme Isaacs said...

I'm A Subscriber

Anonymous said...

This series was a childhood favorite of mine- I love C.S. Lewis.
Aslan is my favorite character, as he represents the Saviour

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Susanne said...

Asian...he is so wise!

artmarcia said...

I haven't read the Narnia books, although I've read other C.S. Lewis books. I like Lucy's innocence and curiosity.

bndraldy said...

I have somehow missed out on these movies and books, but my daughter has read and seen all of them. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this giveaway!

theolotto said...

I like aslan.

ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

I just started reading this book last night.
I would love to see the movie!
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