Free The Chronicles of Narnia, The Silver Chair, Indonesian Version, CS Lewis

The Silver Chair is part of The Chronicles of Narnia, a series of seven fantasy novels written by C. S. Lewis. It was the fourth book published and is the sixth book chronologically. It is the first book, and one of two books in the series, in which the Pevensie children do not appear (the other being The Magician’s Nephew).
The story begins when Eustace Scrubb, introduced in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader meets classmate Jill Pole at their school, Experiment House. At Eustace’s suggestion, they ask for Aslan’s help while trying to escape from a gang of bullies, and blunder through a gate into Aslan’s Country. Jill shows off by approaching a high cliff’s edge, and Eustace falls over trying to pull her back. Aslan saves Eustace by blowing him to Narnia, then charges Jill with helping Eustace find the Narnian Prince Rilian, who had disappeared some years prior and gives Jill four “Signs”, to guide her and Eustace on their quest: of these Signs, the fourth and final is that at a key moment they will be asked to do something in Aslan’s name. Aslan then blows Jill into Narnia, where she arrives a few moments after Eustace just as a very old King Caspian X sets sail east to search for Aslan one last time. The Lord Regent, Trumpkin the Dwarf, gives them room in Cair Paravel. Once there, they are aided by Master Glimfeather and a Parliament of his fellow talking owls (a pun on Chaucer’s Parlement of Foules, but also a nod towards the use of the word “parliament” as a collective noun for owls, as “exaltation” is for larks). The owls explain that Rilian disappeared while searching for the green serpent that killed his mother, and is under the spells of an enchantress.

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