‘The Horse and His Boy’ is a Disorienting Book | Talking Beasts
You asked for it and now here it is.
Last Summer, NarniaWebbers voted The Horse and His Boy their favorite Chronicle of Narnia (24%). And I can’t say I’m surprised. Shasta’s vague sense that he belongs somewhere else or was meant for something greater resonates with me even more deeply now than it did as a teen.
So, I look forward to going on this journey again… and I hope you’ll come along! Every so often, we will devote several minutes of an episode to reading your comments and questions. We want to zero in on what exactly makes this story so special to readers. Join us by posting below or in the Talking Beasts Facebook group.
To Narnia and the North!
Think you can stump a NarniaWebber? Send trivia questions to podcast[at]narniaweb.com with “Stump” as the subject.
Voices of NarniaWeb: Send your 1-3 minute audio file to podcast[at]narniaweb.com with “Voice” as the subject. Suggested talking points:
- Begin with your name (or alias) and location (country or state will suffice)
- How you discovered Narnia, first impressions
- Favorite book, character, scene
- Anything else you’d like to mention about Narnia and what it means to you.
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Look for our next episode on Tuesday March 13. We will be taking a look at your comments! Post below or in the Talking Beasts Facebook group.