The Horse and His Boy

The Horse and His Boy

The Horse and his Boy is a stirring and dramatic fantasy story that finds a young boy named Shasta on the run from his homeland with the talking horse, Bree. When the pair discover a deadly plot by the Calormen people to conquer the land of Narnia, the race is on to warn the inhabitants of the impending danger and to rescue them all from certain death....

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Title:The Horse and His Boy
Author:C.S. Lewis
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:The Horse and His Boy
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

The Horse and His Boy Reviews

  • Robert Clay
    Jul 31, 2007

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

  • Nic
    Jun 11, 2008

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Oct 28, 2009

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

  • Rebecca
    Mar 01, 2008

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

  • Alison
    Dec 22, 2008

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

  • Deborah Markus
    Dec 30, 2013

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

  • K.D. Absolutely
    May 19, 2011

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

  • Nenia ✨ Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ✨ Campbell
    Jul 07, 2018

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

  • Cindy Rollins
    Nov 08, 2018

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

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    The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, " The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers "who they really are." Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this i...

    By The Lion?s Mane, this book is good!! Maybe it?s my favorite in the whole series. I wonder why did I skip this one the first time I read this series? I should have read this book sooner >.< This book is unique among the other Narnia books. It?s not actually the third i...

    This might be my favorite book in the CoN. I love it so very, very much. It's just dang good storytelling. ...

    4.5 Stars Book Three in my Box Set ...

    I got to read this out loud one more time!! Such fun. ...

  • David Mosley
    Oct 29, 2012

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

  • Barry Pierce
    Feb 03, 2011

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

  • Hayley
    Jul 25, 2011

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

  • Abbie
    Jan 30, 2016

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

    ????? ????? ??? ?????????? (?? ?? ??????? ?? ??????????? ????? - ?????? ?? ????? ??????????? ???????) ?? ???? ?? ???? ? ??????? ??????????????? ??????????? ?...

    The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, " The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers "who they really are." Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this i...

    By The Lion?s Mane, this book is good!! Maybe it?s my favorite in the whole series. I wonder why did I skip this one the first time I read this series? I should have read this book sooner >.< This book is unique among the other Narnia books. It?s not actually the third i...

    This might be my favorite book in the CoN. I love it so very, very much. It's just dang good storytelling. ...

    4.5 Stars Book Three in my Box Set ...

    I got to read this out loud one more time!! Such fun. ...

    This is definitely one of my least favourite books in this series. I did still enjoy it because it was a big part of my childhood but something about this book lacks the magic and spark that the other books have. It?s still good but it just doesn?t reach the level of the others and...

    LOL WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO READ THIS BOOK. Possibly because the first three quarters of this book was INCREDIBLY SLOW AND DRAGGED OUT AND POINTLESS?? Don't get me wrong, y'all. I love C.S. Lewis and Narnia is perfection...but that's part of the reason why this book puzzled me. A...

  • Roya
    Feb 04, 2016

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

  • Jay
    Apr 08, 2013

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

  • Mario
    Mar 05, 2015

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

  • Katie Ziegler (Life Between Words)
    Mar 11, 2013

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

    ????? ????? ??? ?????????? (?? ?? ??????? ?? ??????????? ????? - ?????? ?? ????? ??????????? ???????) ?? ???? ?? ???? ? ??????? ??????????????? ??????????? ?...

    The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, " The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers "who they really are." Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this i...

    By The Lion?s Mane, this book is good!! Maybe it?s my favorite in the whole series. I wonder why did I skip this one the first time I read this series? I should have read this book sooner >.< This book is unique among the other Narnia books. It?s not actually the third i...

    This might be my favorite book in the CoN. I love it so very, very much. It's just dang good storytelling. ...

  • Erin
    Nov 16, 2017

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

    ????? ????? ??? ?????????? (?? ?? ??????? ?? ??????????? ????? - ?????? ?? ????? ??????????? ???????) ?? ???? ?? ???? ? ??????? ??????????????? ??????????? ?...

    The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, " The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers "who they really are." Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this i...

  • Selene
    Oct 20, 2016

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

    ????? ????? ??? ?????????? (?? ?? ??????? ?? ??????????? ????? - ?????? ?? ????? ??????????? ???????) ?? ???? ?? ???? ? ??????? ??????????????? ??????????? ?...

    The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, " The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers "who they really are." Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this i...

    By The Lion?s Mane, this book is good!! Maybe it?s my favorite in the whole series. I wonder why did I skip this one the first time I read this series? I should have read this book sooner >.< This book is unique among the other Narnia books. It?s not actually the third i...

    This might be my favorite book in the CoN. I love it so very, very much. It's just dang good storytelling. ...

    4.5 Stars Book Three in my Box Set ...

  • Adrian
    Aug 27, 2018

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

  • Ziba
    Dec 12, 2015

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

  • P
    May 20, 2015

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

  • Carmen de la Rosa
    Oct 10, 2017

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

  • Ashley Daviau
    Nov 02, 2018

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

    ????? ????? ??? ?????????? (?? ?? ??????? ?? ??????????? ????? - ?????? ?? ????? ??????????? ???????) ?? ???? ?? ???? ? ??????? ??????????????? ??????????? ?...

    The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, " The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers "who they really are." Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this i...

    By The Lion?s Mane, this book is good!! Maybe it?s my favorite in the whole series. I wonder why did I skip this one the first time I read this series? I should have read this book sooner >.< This book is unique among the other Narnia books. It?s not actually the third i...

    This might be my favorite book in the CoN. I love it so very, very much. It's just dang good storytelling. ...

    4.5 Stars Book Three in my Box Set ...

    I got to read this out loud one more time!! Such fun. ...

    This is definitely one of my least favourite books in this series. I did still enjoy it because it was a big part of my childhood but something about this book lacks the magic and spark that the other books have. It?s still good but it just doesn?t reach the level of the others and...

  • Dannii Elle
    Jan 10, 2017

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

  • Jesica
    Jan 23, 2017

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

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    The third book in the Chronicles of Narnia, " The Horse and his Boy is the somewhat familiar storyline of an orphan who sets out on an adventure with the help of a few friends and discovers "who they really are." Susan, Peter, Edmund, Lucy and Aslan all make an appearance, but this i...

    By The Lion?s Mane, this book is good!! Maybe it?s my favorite in the whole series. I wonder why did I skip this one the first time I read this series? I should have read this book sooner >.< This book is unique among the other Narnia books. It?s not actually the third i...

  • Elaina
    Nov 14, 2016

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

  • Piyangie
    Sep 21, 2018

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

  • Els
    Feb 01, 2017

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

  • Ian D
    Aug 28, 2018

    This is probably my favorite of the Chronicles. It takes place during the Golden Age of Narnia, with the Pevensies reigning in their prime, although the story is actually set in the countries to the south of Narnia, which provides for a rather different feel to much of this novel. I al...

    ?Do not by any means destroy yourself, for if you live you may yet have good fortune, but all the dead are dead like.? This felt as if I was reading a folktale about a horse and a boy who wander around and seek their new adventure. Yet the humor in this book is abundant, ...

    I feel more conflicted about this book than any of the other Narnia books. On the plus side, the story is stronger and CS Lewis manages to keep his blatant editorializing to a minimum (maybe because none of the characters are transplants from wartime London). But holy crap, the mod...

    I feel really guilty about loving this book as much as I do. I loved it as a kid and I love it now, and there is just so much wrong with it. The xenophobia is positively racist -- by page 5, we're already hearing the first of many references to the fact that the residents of Narnia...

    This is my third journey into the lands of Narnia as I have been reading the series in chronological rather than publication order. With probably the most intriguing title of the series, this was the tale I was most excited for, but it ultimately didn't live up the magic of the previou...

    Ugh, this is the worst episode of Mister Ed ever. ...

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest To cure a book slump, I decided to revisit the Chronicles of Narnia series. I grew up with the books as a kid, but I'd never actually finished the series to completion. Conveniently, I happen to own a stack of them that I ...

    You know you're bored when it nearly takes you a month to read something of this length. ...

    The Horse and his Boy (Chronicles of Narnia, #5), C.S. Lewis ????? ?????? ?????: ?????? ??? 2002 ?????? ?????: ???????? ?????? - ???? 5: ??? ? ????? ???: ?????? ??????? ?????? ?????: ?????...

    The boxed set of Narnia that I have and am now reading, was published in 2002 I have noticed, so despite having 1950/60s covers, these were NOT my original Narnia books from the early 70s. I wonder where my originals went and when I bought these ?? Who knows, what I do know is that it...

    The basic story is a good and entertaining one, but I could not get beyond the overt prejudices of C.S. Lewis on display throughout this book. I'm incredibly disappointed. His portrayal of the people of Calormen is horrid. I admit, by calor I don't known if he is implying people of ...

    The story is so simple but it took me awhile to appreciate what's going on because I am reading the series not in its proper sequence. I read Book #2, The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe last year and now this Book #3, The Horse and His Boy without reading Book #1 The Magician's Nephe...

    This is increasingly becoming one of my favourites from the Chronicles of Narnia. If asked why, I believe it is because it is the most like a medieval faerie romance. A young boy and girl in the mundane world of Calormen suddenly find themselves in the presence of faeries??talking ...

    One word: Orientalist. Sorry, I could not get past it - nor should I have to. This was a terrible book, full of so much imperialist racist anti-Arab/Indian tones that I could not appreciate any aspect of it. Quite frankly I couldn't believe that I was reading this garbage. I don't r...

    The Horse and His Boy is a good adventure story in the Chronicles. Here the adventure begins in Calormen, a coastal country south to Narnia. Two children, Shasta, a young boy who believes him to be kidnapped from Narnia and Aravis, a noble Calormene girl both make their escape from the...

    (As with all the Narnia books, I read this years ago, but am rereading it now.) I have to say, having now reread all of the Narnia books except for The Last Battle, that this is my favorite. It's coherent, exciting, and has likeable characters. I even found Aslan much more likeable ...

    Have I mentioned how much I love these books recently? And Aravis is just like me. In all the wrong ways. ...

    I enjoyed this one so much! I loved Shasta, Bree, Aravis....everyone!! It was different than the others, but I still liked it a lot! I have no idea which is my favorite Chronicles of Narnia book now haha I just started reading the Magician's Nephew a couple days ago and I'm loving it s...

    The Horse and His Boy is the only book of the Narnia series that features native rather than English children as the main characters, and the only one set entirely in the Narnian world. It is set in the period covered by the last chapter of the inaugural book, The Lion, the Witch, and ...

    The Horse and His Boy was one of my favorite chronicles of Narnia when I was younger ? partly because I love all things oriental, and the setting of Calormen is Lewis?s quasi-Arabian society ? but more importantly, because of the heroine Aravis. The young Calormene aristocrat, a ...

    Este libro esta basado cuando los nios de Pevensie todava estn en Narnia, pero el foco est en dos nios jvenes de Calormene, Shasta y Aravis. Ambos huyen: buscan una vida mejor en Narnia, involucrndose en una batalla entre los Narnianos y los Calormenes. El caballo y e...

    Not my favorite in the series, but it was still really fun read. ...

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