We started reading The Last Battle at the dinner table last night, having spent the last couple years in Naria after our meals.
I don't think I'm going to make it.
I choke up at a simple sentence like, "The last of the Kings of Narnia sat under the great oak which grew beside the door of his little hunting lodge," or at the enslavement and beating of the talking horse by the Calormenes, or at the death of the Dryads at the felling of Lantern Waste.
What a great set of stories.
If you have never read them before or haven't read them since childhood and you've grown younger since, read them again.
Any favorite Narnian moments?