Chronicles of Narnia/Books/The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

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For general information on this book, please see the Wikipedia article The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.


Beginner warning: Details follow which you may not wish to read at your current level.
Chapter 1: The Picture in the Bedroom
Chapter 2: On Board the Dawn Treader
Chapter 3: The Lone Islands
Chapter 4: What Caspian Did There
Chapter 5: The Storm and What Came Of It
Chapter 6: The Adventures of Eustace
Chapter 7: How the Adventure Ended
Chapter 8: Two Narrow Escapes
Chapter 9: The Island of the Voices
Chapter 10: The Magician's Book
Chapter 11: The Dufflepuds Made Happy
Chapter 12: The Dark Island
Chapter 13: The Three Sleepers
Chapter 14: The Beginning of the End of the World
Chapter 15: The Wonders of the Last Sea
Chapter 16: The Very End of the World


The third book published in the Narnia series, this book is written largely from the point of view of the two younger Pevensie children, and of their cousin Eustace. While its prime audience is children aged 8 to about 11, the story has enough depth to make it a satisfying, if short, read for even adult readers, and the characters show realistic development over the course of the book.

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