Book Review: The Magician’s Nephew

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As his mother was ill and his father was sent to India, poor little Digory was to stay with his aunt and Uncle Andrew. He became friends with a little girl in the neighborhood named Polly.

Uncle Andrew believed that he was a magician with magical powers. Believing that he discovered a magical world, he tricked Polly into touching a yellow magical ring and she disappeared! In order to save his friend, Uncle Andrew convinced Digory to touch the yellow ring. With two green rings that would bring people back, Digory was ready to save Polly.

When he arrived in the middle of the Woods, Digory and Polly discovered that the pools of water lead to different worlds. In one of the pools, they discovered a place named Charn. Out of curiosity, Digory took the hammer that was there and rang a nearby bell. This…

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One thought on “Book Review: The Magician’s Nephew

  1. Whether or not this is the “first” Narnia book depends on your perspective, who you ask, and when one’s particular set of Narnia books was published. The most recent time I reread the Narnia books, I did so in the original publication order, not in the order that most recent sets are numbered (which follows the internal fictional timeline instead), and I think I like it better that way.


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