1. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Horse and His Boy, Softcover
    C.S. Lewis
    HarperCollins / 1994 / Trade Paperback
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    4.5 out of 5 stars for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Horse and His Boy, Softcover. View reviews of this product. 4 Reviews
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  1. grateful heart
    Pollock, LA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    March 29, 2012
    grateful heart
    Pollock, LA
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
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    Meets Expectations: 5
    This is an excellent value for a beautiful hardcover C.S. Lewis classic.
  2. Aravis
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    October 6, 2005
    Aravis
    Yet another fabulous addition to the Chronicles of Narnia!! It's great. I have nothing else to say. You just really should read it!!
  3. Nat
    Age: Under 18
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    April 2, 2009
    Nat
    Age: Under 18
    Gender: female
    An amazing story...that you won't want to miss out on! It all starts off with a young boy named Shasta. His father is very cruel to this poor boy, and so Shasta runs away with this horse named Bree. Bree is a Narnian horse. All Narnina horses TALK! At first, Shasta isn't sure he's going to like his trip with Bree. Then one night, they find a girl on a Narnian horse, whose name is Aravis. Her horse becomes fond of Bree, and so they find out that they are both running away, back to Narnia. Unfortanetley, when they get to a royal city called Tasbaan, Shasta gets mistaken for another boy, Prince Corin. Susan and Edmund take Shasta into their palace. There, Shasta escapes after some time. Although he "hates" to leave Tasbaan, he must find Bree, Aravis, and her horse. On his way he goes. Finally he finds them, and to his dismay they all still have millions of miles ahead of them. After some time, they arrive at Narnia and Archenland. But their adventures aren't over, yet. In Tashbaan they left behind a Prince Rabadash, who is madly in love with Queen Susan. Rabadash plans to take over Narnia and Archenland, and he is on his way. Shasta hurries to warn the High King of Narnia, Peter about Rabadash's arrival. There is a huge war between Rabadash and his men, and Narnia's army. There is a wonderful suprise that awaits you at the end of the book, which I will leave for you to find out. And now, in a nutshell, that was the Horse and His Boy.
  4. Esther_Filbrun
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    A fun continuation of the series
    February 27, 2024
    Esther_Filbrun
    Several years ago, I was talking to a friend about reading, and we got onto the topic of C.S. Lewis' writings and his Narnia series in particular. When he found out I'd never read this book yet, he told me that needed to be the next book I read, as it was his favorite. Well...I didn't follow that advice, but I have been able to since read it aloud to my siblings, and what fun that has been!

    I've found, over the last few years, that I love books that have animals as main characters--especially ones that have spunky animals. Actually, I take that back. I like spunky characters, no matter whether they're animals or great-aunts. Anyway, I loved Bree in this story. He's funny, has a great perspective (normally, anyway), and knows his mind. I also loved Shasta, and the journey the two take together is one to be experienced!

    Since this was my first time reading this story, I don't feel like I have a very good grasp on the allegorical side of the book. I do understand how this book--and the series as a whole--got to be so popular, though, and don't doubt that I'll return to this story one day (and maybe I'll understand the allegory better then?). My siblings and I are all enjoying the chance to experience the stories together, and this book was no exception. Often, when I sat down to read aloud, I'd hardly be able to stop reading until we'd gone through several chapters and my voice was giving out. In all, this is a great continuation of the series, and I'm looking forward to seeing what the next books contain!
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