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The Silver Chair (Radio Theatre)

af C. S. Lewis

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Two English children, trying to escape from a gang of school bullies, wind up in Narnia, where they encounter the great lion Aslan. Aslan sends them on a search and rescue mission for the long-lost Prince Rilian, giving them four signs to guide them in their perilous quest.

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SUMMARY - The silver chair is the 6th book in the chronicles of Narnia. In this story two young children from our world go to Nainia, their names are Eustace, and Jill. They are sent on a quest to save a lost king from his enchantement. While on this quest Eustace and Jill discover many things about eachoither and grow to be good friends. Jill and Eustace find the king iun an underground world ruled by a much hated white which of the past of Narnia who was thought to be dead. Jill and Eustace end up breaking a powerfull spell the Whitch had cast on him and he returns to Narnia in time to see his father die. HE then goes on to take power of Narnia, and rules well for many years.

REVIEW - I enjoyed this book, but I read as I was reading the whole series, and by thhe time I got to this book, I was rather tired of the very predictable ending to it. However, I would definentally read this book after reading the rest of the series, for you will understand it better. This book, like most other books by C.S Lewis, has Biblical referencess. I would suggest this book for peole with more time in their hands, and not as a pleasure book. This book deserves three stars, I think. This book is always a good one though. ( )
  ceci.m.foster | Jun 1, 2012 |
The Silver Chair is the fourth book in the Chronicles of Narnia (in publication order), and has always been near the top of my favorites among the series. I was very curious to see how Focus on the Family Radio Theatre would bring this particular story to life. For the most part, my high expectations were fulfilled, and I very much enjoyed it.

But I had a few quibbles. I expected Puddleglum's voice to be a bit deeper and drearier somehow. Less animation, perhaps? I know he's a comical character but his accent was a bit too goofy and over the top. These complaints improved as I got more used to his voice, but I'm still not in love with it. And Puddleglum's rousing speech to the Lady of the Green Kirtle was slightly overplayed, I thought. Yes, it's a wonderful moment, but something about how the audience seemed expected to get carried along made me dig in my heels.

Another thing that I found rather funny was the voice of the Giant queen. It's so laughably masculine! It doesn't sound even remotely feminine, even for a Giant.

I will say that the actress who plays Jill is really wonderful for the part. Eustace was great, following up his performance in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Aslan was also fine in this one; no booming lines to make me wince. I also rather liked the voice for Rilian.

As usual, the adaptation was splendidly faithful to the original, and Paul Scofield's narration was excellent. I highly recommend this dramatization to anyone who enjoys the Chronicles of Narnia and fantasy in general. First-class stuff! ( )
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Two English children, trying to escape from a gang of school bullies, wind up in Narnia, where they encounter the great lion Aslan. Aslan sends them on a search and rescue mission for the long-lost Prince Rilian, giving them four signs to guide them in their perilous quest.

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