I don’t understand why people don’t give enough credit to Narnia like Harry Potter or Hunger Games or any fantasy-novel-turned-movie series. I mean, Narnia has more morals taught than any other novels. No offense, other fandoms.
What I think of Susan's absence in the Last battle. This said, I strongly refuse the idea of CS Lewis being sexist, but I see it a cliffhanger, a story opened to the reader's ideas. The Narnia Challenge, day 21
she beilieved when no one else did. She stuck to Aslan when it was unpopular. She stood for Aslan when no one else would. She left her family, all alone in the middle of the woods, because Aslan told her to.