For the Narnians

Greetings fellow Narnians (or regular readers):

Since I am a huge, huge, HUGE fan of Narnia and I have a blog, I thought why not make a page dedicated to it! Well, then I thought that one page will not suffice all my Narnia thoughts, needs and discoveries. So this page will contain some Narnia posts as well as links to separate posts I may have in the near future.

For now, I have a special treat. Since, I love to ask authors questions, one of my most popular questions is “Have you read Narnia? And if so, which one is your favourite?” This page will have a list of authors (mainly Young Adult) who have read Narnia and if they answer, which book is their favourite.

*For the non-Narnians or the Narnians-yet-to-be*

You, my lovelies are in need of a short lesson before you can go any further! You have to know what I’m talking about! I suppose you assumed Narnia was a book and you got it right (kind of). Narnia is actually the name of the land in The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. It is a series of seven novels, that tell the tales of several characters and the adventures they have in this magical land called Narnia. They are wonderful stories full of different lessons one can learn about growing up, friendship and leadership, etc. It was written decades ago so it comes with its controversies and conflict, but I still love the core meaning and adventure of the story. (You can fight me all you want, I will never stop loving these books) Anyways, if you want to know more about this series click here for the Goodreads page. Please note that I like the chronological order over the publication order because it just makes more sense.

In short, The Chronicles of Narnia is my Harry Potter. A childhood classic that I will love to the end of my days.

I shall go into more detail in another post about my love/obsession with this series.




8 thoughts on “For the Narnians

    • I refer to the books as Narnia all the time too, it’s just too time consuming to write it all out! Haha trust me Sha, I have watched the movies waaaayyyyy more than I have read the books. Book one (of chronological order) is real good, but my love for book 2 and book 3 is on another level!

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