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The Chronicles of Narnia
Irish born, British raised author C. S. Lewis is best known for this children´s literary classic with its beautiful landscapes, talking animals, magical themes, child heroes and the constant battle between good and evil.
The Horse and His Boy Review
The Horse and His Boy was first published in 1954. In the fifteen short chapters we are introduced to many new characters but the focus of this story is the slave child Shasta and his adventures with Bree a talking horse.
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Review
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe was first published in 1950 and is the most popular of the chronicles. In the seventeen short chapters we are introduced to the adventures of the Pevensie children.
The Miracle Inspector - A Dystopian Novel
A review of Helen Smith's The Miracle Inspector, a novel set in a futuristic London that's a far cry from London today. The country is divided, Londoners are trapped in their city with no means of escape, governed by sets of rules that promise death as penalty if disobeyed.
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Have you heard or read little stories and insinuations here and there about Dorian Gray, and wondered what he was all about? Here is a brief review on Oscar Wilde´s only novel that created a wild literary sensation due to its powerful themes and controversial discourse on some philosophical views.
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