YA Authors Who Like Narnia!

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*Note that this List will be continuously updated as I discover more authors who like Narnia!*

Alwyn Hamilton of Rebel of the Sands

  • She really enjoyed watching the BBC series of ¬†Narnia growing up

Beth Revis of A World Without You

  • Her twitter profile says she is from Narnia (so does mine ūüôā )

E.K. Johnston of A Thousand Nights

  • Her favourite is¬†The Horse and His Boy¬†and her mother used to read this series every night when she was a child. She has heard these stories so many times she has lines memorized!

Kiersten White of And I Darken

  • Her husband gifted her The Horse and His Boy on their first Christmas and it has always been her favourite.

Lauren Oliver of Replica

  • She loves the whole series and alludes to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in Replica, so go read it and catch that mention!

Maggie Stiefvater of The Raven Cycle

  • Her favourite is book is Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Renee Ahdieh of The Wrath & the Dawn duology, Flame in the Mist duology

  • The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe is her favourite!

Roshani Chokshi of The Star-Touched Queen

  • She thinks Narnia is a comfy read and watch (She loves the movie just like I do!)

Sabaa Tahir of An Ember in the Ashes

  • Her favourite is¬†The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, as it was an important story when she was growing up. Fun fact: Her brother was a co-producer on the Voyage of the Dawn Treader movie (which is very cool!)

S. Jae Jones of Wintersong

  • Her favourite is The Voyage of the Dawn Treader because she loves Eustace and Reepicheep. She also considers it C.S. Lewis’s own attempt of writing his version of the Odyssey. *How interesting!*

Traci Chee of The Reader

  • The¬†Voyage of the Dawn Treader¬†holds a special place in her heart because it has “Ships! Reepicheep! Journeys to fantastical places!”

Veronica Roth of the Divergent series and Carve the Mark

  • She remembers reading the books when she was young and believes her favourite to be The Silver Chair because it was creepy. She plans on re-reading them and thinks that would make for a cool project!

Victoria Aveyard of Red Queen

  • Narnia was a childhood favourite of hers and she loves¬†The Horse and His Boy,¬†especially Aravis Tarkheena. She even thanked C.S. Lewis in her acknowledgements in Red Queen, so go check it out!

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