Narnia...where the last king makes a stand and sad farewells turn to joy, where the Adventure begins again.The Unicorn says that humans are brought to Narnia only in time of greatest need, and that time is now. The great Lion Aslan, the heart of Narnia, is missing. An impostor roams the land in his place, enslaving Aslan's loyal creatures and spreading treachery and lies. Only King Tirian and his small band of loyal followers are left to fight the last battle in this magnificent ending to The Chronicles of Narnia.This was the seventh and final book written in The Chronicles of Narnia. It is the final book in the series.More
Audie Award Winner, Inspirational/Faith-Based Fiction, 2005
"Making audio chills run up and down the listener's spine, Stewart brings The Last Battle to life as he shifts seamlessly from one character to another....Stewart is truly the right reader for this timeless tale." (AudioFile)
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Narnia Chronicles come to a great conclusion
I would recommend this book due to the dynamic nature of the story and the theology so deeply woven throughout.
I love the scene when the dwarves refuse to believe they are in Alsan's country and act as if they are trapped in a dirty stable. C.S. Lewis uses this to illustrate the way in which some people refuse the good things that come their way by being
Stewart has a good range of voices and keeps the story going, I especially liked his voice for Puzzle the donkey.
While the theology is unavoidable it does not overwhelm the story or make it inaccessible to the children I have read it to, though some are very sad that Narnia comes to an end.
Sad to get to the end...