The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook opens with 4 children, Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy, arriving in the countryside to avoid the perils of London during Second World War. Seeking shelter in the large house of the Professor. Suddenly, while uncovering the residence, Lucy finds herself in a wintry landscape known as Narnia. There she met Mr Tumnus, who admits to being under the commands of the potent White Witch. Lucy gets back home via the wardrobe.
In The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook, Edmund subsequently finds his entrance into Narnia and encounters the Witch. Trying to bribe him with candies and oddly fascinated by the news that he had other 3 siblings, she persuades him to return quickly with his siblings. All 4 siblings ultimately make their trip to Narnia. The youngsters discover that Witch’s wolf police kidnapped Mr Tumnus and kindly Beavers provide them shelter.
In The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook, Edmund leaves his siblings and heads directly to the Witch. However, Edmund’s siblings as well as the Beavers run to the place where they would meet Aslan. They finally find him in the group of strong allies. Witch’s wolf cops assaulted Peter and Aslan.
In The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook free, the following day, the witch tries to kill Edmund for his betrayal but is stopped by Aslan’s warriors. Afterwards, the Witch appears for a meeting with Aslan. Following the discussion, Aslan explains that he had arranged for Edmund’s safety. Meanwhile, the very next day, Aslan takes his troops into battle with the White Witch, finally destroying her.
The Chronicles of Narnia audiobook free last chapter recounts how the siblings are all crowned Queens and kings in Narnia and also how their rule ends when they were pulled back to England in quest of a miraculous Stag.
C. S. Lewis wrote Chronicles of Narnia audiobook.
Clive Staples Lewis was born on the 29th of November 1898. He was a lay theologian and author from the United Kingdom. He was a professor of literature at Oxford and Cambridge universities. Lewis is renowned for his fictional writings, including The Chronicles of Narnia, The Space Trilogy, and The Screwtape Letters as well as his realistic Christian explanations, including Mere Christianity, The Problem of Pain and Miracles.
Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, another author, were good friends. They both taught English at Oxford University and were members of the Inklings, an unofficial Oxford writing group. He converted to Anglicanism when he was 32 years old, thanks to the inspiration of Tolkien as well as other friends. Lewis’ belief had a major impact on his career, and his battlefield radio programmes on the topic of Christianity earned him widespread recognition.
Lewis published over 30 works, translated into multiple languages. The books which comprise The Chronicles of Narnia had been purchased the most copies and acclaimed on theatre, television, radio, and film.
Lewis wedded Joy Davidman, an author from the US in 1956; she passed away from cancer when she was 45 years old. Lewis passed away on the 22nd of November 1963, a week before his birthday, from renal failure.
The narrator of the Chronicles of Narnia audiobook is Michael York. Other audiobooks that Michael York has also narrated are The Theory of Everything, The Titanic Disaster Hearings, and A Shakespearean Actor Prepares.
The length of the Chronicles of Narnia audiobook is 4 hours and 21 minutes.
HarperAudio published the Chronicles of Narnia audiobook on 12/26/2004.