C.S Lewis (Clive Staples Lewis) was a British writer and a theologian. He was part of the academic staff at Cambridge University and Oxford University. But the reason for his popularity is his outstanding work of fiction. The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is one of her famous publication.
He wrote many books of fiction and non-fiction. Lewis wrote function books named, The Chronicles of Narnia, The Screwtape Letters, and The Space Trilogy. The author used to write novels with his co-writer J.R.R Tolkien who was a fast friend of Lewis. Both of them served at Oxford University in the English department.
The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is the best book to read for young fiction readers. This book contains the story of mesmerizing land Narnia. You will see a mixture of classic battles and Christian themes in the story.
Lewis came back to Anglicanism when he was 32 years old because of his friends, especially Tolkien. There he became a layman of the Church of England. The author was in wartime broadcasting on radio about Christianity. His faith brought a significant change in his work.
If we look into his professional career as a writer, he wrote over 30 books. He sold millions of copies of his written content. Moreover, his books have been translated into more than thirty languages. Lewis’s famous book The Chronicles of Narnia was filmed and also performed on stage and in cinema.
This book contains the story of four siblings who were forcefully sent abroad where they found a magical Wardrobe in the Land of Narnia. The youngest one, named Lucy, found herself falling into a magical world and stepped into the Land of magical world Narnia.
The Land of Narnia looked blanketed with snow and ice, and it looked like that Narnia fell under the spell of White Witch. Lucy became a friend of Mr. Tumnus when they met at the tea.
The White Witch finds Lucy and returns to the magical wardrobe by promising that she would not tell anyone what she has seen here. But Lucy was impatient, and she said the whole story to her siblings upon her return. Her siblings did not believe and took her story for granted.
After Edmund lost Lucy in snow, he found the White witch. She asked Edmund to go back and not tell anyone about this place. In return, she will make him king of Turkish delight.
What happens next in the story? Does Edmund tell anyone about Narnia or not? If you want to get the answers to all these questions, you would have to proceed reading till the end. You can download this story from here and can continue online reading.