Narnia was once again in trouble. An ape and some people were using a false Aslan to take over Narnia. Furthermore, the king was captured and Narnia fell under Calormen. Eustace and Jill were called into Narnia and they help the king and his unicorn. Although they had caught the imposter, which was a donkey dresses in lion skin, they could not get the other talking beasts to join them. The fear that was created by the false Aslan was too great for the beasts to resist. At last, the two groups met in a fight and when things were about to go for the worse for the king’s side, the door of the gateway into Aslan’s country opened.
This is the last book in the Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis, but the pace of actions in the beginning was quite fast. It was full of actions that I cannot imagine what the ending would be like. However, all along the story, the author foreshadowed again and again the end of Narnia. It was through the attitude of each character that showed this very well. On page 30, King Tirian said, “…Would it not be better to be dead than to have this horrible fear that Aslan has come and is not like the Aslan we have believed in and longed for? It is as if the sun rose one day and were a black sun.” This gave me the feelings that they were giving up on something they could not control, which was their destiny.