The Voyage of the Dawn Treader | by C.S. Lewis

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis
(Harper Trophy, 2000, 248 pages)

In The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Caspian and his crew sail toward the eastern end of the world in search of the Seven Lost Lords of Narnia. Repicheep the mouse is another recurring character in this one, and Adelaide’s fascination with him continued. She was completely enthralled by the beautiful daughter of Ramandu, an old gray haired man who says he was once a celestial star:

“I like that Repicheep dived in the water, and that he said the water is sweet. I liked Ramandu’s island because of the stone knife of the White Witch’s. I liked Ramandu’s daughter because we both have the same color hair, and she is kind of a princess. I liked that the Seven Lords fell asleep. Three of them fell asleep and one joined.”

If you read Voyage, you’ll find out a bit more about Aslan the Lion:

“It’s really good, and you should read it. I also like that Aslan told us that he has another name.”

Once again, a little cryptic, but hopefully it’s enough to pique your interest.

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