Edmund, Lucy and Eustace Clarence Scrubb are transported into Narnia through a picture. They find themselves on board the "Dawn Treader", Caspian's ship, on a voyage to discover what happened to the seven lords who disappeared. This story is read by Sir Anthony Quayle.
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“The magic of C. S. Lewis’s parallel universe never fades.” The TimesFrom the Back Cover:
Lucy and Edmund, with their odious cousin Eustace, journey on board the gallant ship 'Dawn Treader' to the Eastern Seas in search of the seven lost friends of King Caspian the Ninth. On this extraordinary voyage of discovery they encounter a dragon, a sea serpent, a band of invisible people, a magician, and also the great Aslan himself, who makes them a very special promise.
The battle of good against evil is fought in the seven titles of the 'Chronicles of Narnia', the most enchanting fantasy novels ever written.
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