Lucas Charpentier Charpentier itibaren Damodarpur, Jharkhand, Hindistan
Superior, thought-provoking young-adult literature that will exponentially expand your lexicon. An excellent tale on its own or a breathtaking Christian allegory. Particularly, Aslan as Christfigure astounds, regardless of your spiritual leaning. Themes of pettiness and sacrifice, selfishness and selflessness, betrayal and redemption, and skepticism and faith are beautifully explored. (BONUS NOTE: I first developed my love of the word pax when hearing my sister Mary Michael read aloud, "I say, Lu! I'm sorry I didn't believe you. I see now you were right all along. Do come out. Make it Pax." There was still no answer. "Just like a girl," said Edmund to himself, "sulking somewhere, and won't accept an apology.")
I enjoyed this book about young people with special powers.