PRINCE CASPIAN: THE RETURN TO NARNIA picks up just where THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE leaves off--even though it covers events hundreds of years later!
It has been hundreds of years since the Prenseives (Kings and Queens Peter, Susan, Edmud, and Lucy) came into Narnia and helped Aslan, the noble Lion, rid Narnia of the White Witch. Now, as they return to the enchanted land, it is not a return of the Witch they have to deal with, but a new problem for their land, and that is as follows:
In the many years since they have been gone from Narnia, a false and unjust king has taken the throne, and all the magical beings, enchanted talking trees, and other magicfilled friends of Lucy and her family have disappeared from vision, and Narnia is now as England is for the Prensieves--a man's country!
Now it is up to the High King Peter and the other Prensieves to aid Narnia once more by putting the rightful king--Caspian The Tenth--on the throne and restoring the magic in their wonderful land.
All in all, the plot is as best as ever, the charecters as charming as in all the other books, and the events more suprising than ever before! PRINCE CASPIAN makes a supurb forth Narnian adventure, (and it is) just as entertaining if you read it apart from the other CHRONICLES OF NARNIA by the wonderfully creative C.S. Lewis.