The Magician’s Nephew

Book Review by Kids for Kids
Review by Nicolas 10-Years-Old

The Magician’s Nephew is a fabulous book is written by C.S. Lewis that takes place in 1900. This book is about a boy named Digory who meets a friend named Polly who plays in a garden next door to his house. They are tricked by Digory’s evil Uncle Andrew to put on rings that make them end up in a world with pools. Each pool leads to a different world. They are then thrown into an adventure together they travel to new lands by magic and time.

My favorite part in The Magician’s Nephew is when he goes back to Narnia and gives the lion the apple. This is my favorite part because it is a conclusion that leaves you hanging.

My favorite character is Digory because he is so brave. He is willing to step out when nobody else would. I also like Uncle Andrew and Polly because they have such good souls, are kind, and forgiving.

To read more about Digory and Polly’s adventures, you can look for the sequels: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,The Horse and His Boy,Prince Caspian, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle..

This is a great book for those who love good friendship, courage, fantasy, and excitement. The theme of this book is that things aren’t always the way they appear. This book is unique because it is long, but time flies while reading it. While reading the book I felt enchanted and magical. I highly recommend it to children and adults. It’s my favorite book series.

You can purchase your own copies by clicking links above and below:

The Magician’s Nephew




The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew/The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe/The Horse and His Boy/Prince Caspian/Voyage of the Dawn Treader/The Silver Chair/The Last Battle

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