The Chronicles of Narnia Seven Book Gift Set

The collected seven novels of Narnia

by C. S. Lewis;

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The Chronicles of Narnia Seven Book Gift Set

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This new collection of the entire Narnia collection gives you the best value way to renew your own classic collection, and a handsome opportunity to introduce another to the wonders of Narnia. Bringing all seven of the Narnia into a new, republished, slip bound gift set ensures that ‘The Narnia Chronicles’ remain one of the most enduringly popular Christian themed series ever.

•    Reasons to buy and own or give The Chronicles of Narnia Seven Book Gift Set
•    Gives you this essential Christian classic series in one set
•    New covers make a handsome addition to your classics bookshelf
•    Convenient and practical way to renew and upgrade your collection
•    Handsome opportunity to introduce another to the wonders of Narnia
•    Excellent value matching cover collection of all seven Narnia books
•    Economical way to buy upto 7 individual gifts, prizes or awards


The adventures of Digory, Polly, Peter, Susan, Edmund, Lucy and later, Eustace and Jill have thrilled the imagination of readers for over fifty years - and still do the same today. This new gift set is a must-have for every Narnia fan and contains all seven books to be treasured forever:

1. The Magician’s Nephew
2. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
3. The Horse and his Boy
4. Prince Caspian
5. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
6. The Silver Chair
7. The Last Battle

This new collection offers you the best way to introduce another to the wonders of Narnia, or renew this classic Christian collection on your own bookshelf - the seven Chronicles of Narnia brought together in a gift set; The Narnia Chronicles remain one of the most enduringly popular Christian themed series ever.



This book is the fifth in the series written by Lewis, but was written as a prequel to ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ so sits first in the completed series. This story is my personal favourite in the series for two reasons: first, so much fascinating context for the rest of the series is given, and second, it is the first time that people cross between the two worlds - ours and Narnia. The central characters are Digory and Polly.


By far the most famous of the Chronicles, ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ was the first to be written by Lewis. The four central protagonists, the Pevensie siblings, are staying in the house of an eccentric old professor. When the youngest (Lucy) claims that she has visited another world through the back of an old wardrobe, the others initially suspect her of lying, but end up visiting this other world for themselves, and an epic adventure unfolds...


Probably the most abstract of the series, ‘The Horse and his Boy’ was written sixth by Lewis, but is placed third in the series because it alludes to the Pevensies as the Kings and Queens of Narnia. The book follows the story of Shasta who escapes being sold into slavery by befriending a talking horse named Bree. This book contains a deep theme (only revealed at the end) of divine providence through the character of Aslan.


An excellent fourth book in the series, this was another of my favourites - partly because my copy had a light green cover. The young Prince Caspian is joined by figures from Narnia’s history - the Pevensie siblings - when he blows the Horn of Susan (which had been given to her as a means of calling help in ‘The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’). Together, Caspian and the Pevensies fight for the freedom of Narnia against the Caspian’s murderous uncle Miraz the Telmarine.


This book initially made me very sad, because Peter and Susan do not return to Narnia, only Edmund, Lucy and their irritating cousin Eustace. The three join an older Caspian (now the King Caspian X of Narnia) on his voyage across the seas to find his father’s old friends and the edge of the world. The star character is the likeable and valiant talking mouse Reepicheep.


This book sees Eustace return to Narnia, this time with Jill Pole - a girl he had befriended as a result of her being bullied. Initially skeptical of Eustace’s claims to have visited another world, Jill ends up visiting Narnia with Eustace after being chased by bullies. Upon arrival, Aslan charges the two with finding Prince Rilian (son of Caspian) and rescuing him from the clutches of his captors. Puddleglum the Marshwiggle is an excellent character whose dour demeanour makes for a humorous quest as he accompanies Eustace and Jill.


The final installment in the series, this book probably contains the most biblical imagery, specifically referring to the end times. Eustace and Jill return to Narnia to come to the aid of King Tirian - the great-grandson of the great-grandson of King Rilian. At the end of a long period of prosperity, Shift the Ape has persuaded Puzzle (a donkey) to dress up as Aslan, which leads to massive deception and the outbreak of chaos in Narnia...

The Chronicles of Narnia Seven Book Gift Set by C. S. Lewis was published by Collins in October 2012 and is our 14961st best seller. The ISBN for The Chronicles of Narnia Seven Book Gift Set is 9780007927722.

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Publisher's Description

C.S. Lewis tells his remarkable tales of the magical land of Narnia and its immortal inhabitants including Aslan the lion, Mr Tumnus the Faun and the evil White Witch. This collection features the seven novels that together make up the complete Chronicles so that the adventures of Aslan and his friends can be read over and over again.

Titles in This Set:
- The Magician's Nephew,
- The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe,
- The Horse and His Boy,
- Prince Caspian,
- The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,
- The Silver Chair,
- The Last Battle.

“The magic of C. S. Lewis’s parallel universe never fades.” - The Times.


1. The Magician’s Nephew
2. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
3. The Horse and his Boy
4. Prince Caspian
5. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
6. The Silver Chair
7. The Last Battle

In Brief: Eden Video Transcript

"The Chronicles of Narnia' is the fantasy series that has inspired adults and children alike for sixty years. CS Lewis crafts stories that stand together to form a grand epic adventure centred around the ‘Great Lion’ Aslan. Whether you're reading them purely as a fantasy series, or as ‘Christian Fiction’ in search of the moral and biblical lessons taught, the books are an absolute joy."

"I would recommend that you read the Chronicles of Narnia in chronological rather than the written order - ‘The Magicians Nephew’ and ‘The Horse and his Boy’ were written fifth and sixth but are intended to be the first and third books. Thankfully we have the advantage on looking back on the release of these books rather than eagerly anticipating their release, so don’t wait any longer - if you haven’t read these books then get going! If you have read these books, there are two options: buy to reread them or buy to introduce them to a child or friend who you can envisage enjoying Lewis’ classic work."


Since their release in the 1950s, the Chronicles of Narnia have been the subject of great critical acclaim, though this has not been universal. Reviewers who take the stories as a collection of epic fantasies, or who appreciate the Christian parallels tend to give the Chronicles of Narnia rave reviews.

Some have been less generous about CS Lewis’ work - especially those who dislike the Christian elements or hold the perception that Lewis is guilty of gender stereotyping. Personally, I would say that these critics are nitpicking - I can’t name one great work that hasn’t come under criticism at some stage by someone.

Reader Reviews

"This is a series that is wonderful for children of all ages, and for adults - the tales bear repeating over and over, and many editions of these texts come with wonderful artwork. This particular one has illustrations by Pauline Baynes, the original illustrator for the series, and they are wonderful indeed."

"Each book individually and all of them collectively are very well constructed and plot lines continue throughout. For a younger reader it is stimulating to try to anticipate where the story may be going as it interweaves references from other books in the series and other points in the history of Narnia."

"I first read this series of books as a child. I was fascinated by every book in the series and I have since read them many times over (at least eight times). I am now in my twenties and I make it a point of reading them once a year. These books never grow old. They are perfect for sharing with your children and reading them for yourself, whatever age you are."

"I'd have to say that I'm not a big reader, but one summer I read all 7 of these books. I absolutely loved them! I ended up reading one in 3 days, which for me is really fast. I would recommend them to adults as well as children."

"For anyone who believes that this is just a set of books for children, please take a closer look. Lewis's ability to take complex and foundational truth, and bring clarity through the use of allegory is unsurpassed. I have read them many times and continue to delight in the richness and depth of these beautiful stories. Truly, a classic amongst classics."



Clive Staples Lewis was born in Belfast, Ireland in 1898. At the age of four, following the death of his dog ‘Jacksie’, the young Lewis announced that his name was now ‘Jacksie’ - for a while he answered to no other name, but in the end settled for ‘Jack’, which is what his family and friends would call him for the rest of his life.

With a vivid imagination, Lewis started writing early in his childhood about a mystery world he called ‘Boxen’ - in his teenage years he abandoned his Christian faith and became interested in mythology, which influenced the work he produced at that time.


Having become an atheist at the age of 15, Lewis slowly returned to Christianity under the influence of his friend JRR Tolkien and ‘The Everlasting Man’ by GK Chesterton. After having converted to theism in 1929, Lewis ‘reluctantly’ became a Christian in 1931.


Lewis’s career was largely taken up with his writing and scholarship. He lectured in English at both Oxford and Cambridge Universities.

CS Lewis is widely remembered for his books, both his novels (including The Chronicles of Narnia) and his works of Christian Apologetics. Through these two mediums, Lewis communicated his Christian faith to children and adults alike.

Lewis’s legacy has been lasting. Across the world, societies base their activities on his work, and many of his arguments for Christianity are still used (and misused) to this day.


CS Lewis married aged 59 to Joy Davidman, a woman 17 years his junior. Their marriage was cut short, however, by Joy’s death in 1960.

In 1963, after two years of quite seriousness illness affecting his kidneys, blood and heart, Lewis died of renal failure at the age of 64. Lewis’s death received little media coverage as it coincided with the assassination of the American President JFK.


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Page last updated 2nd May 2015
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PublisherCollins (October 2012)
Recommended for Agesfrom 8 years up to 12 years
Product Code4054543
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