4 thoughts on “Narnia

  1. Oftentimes I felt the author fanboyed over C.S. Lewis a lot in this book, that amidst the descriptions on the works and life of the renowned creator of Narnia were vague and general praises for the revered man. So I was quite lost about what D.B. truly wanted to tell the readers of this book. Or maybe this was exactly the type of book written for the other fans by a fan? Seems fair.

    Anyway, my biggest takeaway from this book isn’t about Lewis or his fictional universes, but the realization that

  2. This book by Barratt is a very informative one about one of the great men of our time, C.S. Lewis. I have read many of his books and have enjoyed them, some more than others. Narnia is really one of my favorites. It is well worth the read.

    J. Robert Ewbank author “John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms” “Wesley’s Wars” and “To Whom It May Concern”

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