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The Voyage of the Dawn Treader was written by CS Lewis it was pulished by HarperTrophy in the US in 1955 and reprinted in 1983 The book has 216 pages and is a novel of fiction and adventureThe story begins with Lucy and Edmund staying at their aunt and uncles house Their cousin Eustance who they did not get along with at all was always ordering them around and never leaving them alone One afternoon when Edmund and Lucy finally did catch a moment alone they began to talk of Narnia their own secret world which they had visited twice before In Lucys room they looked at the picture on the wall above Lucys bed it was of a s a Narnian ship the Dawn Treader and they longed to be on it Just then Eusance walked into the room and began to tease them about Narnia and suddenly they began to shrink Lucy and Edmond knew what was happening but Eustance didnt A few moments after they were drowning in the water beside the Dawn TreaderOn board the ship they found the prince of Narnia- Caspian He gave them warm clothes and introduced them to his crew Then he explained to them why they Prince Caspian and his crew were there A longtime ago as a child my usurping uncle Miraz got rid of seven friends of my fathers who might have taken my partby sending them off to explore the unknown Eastern Seas beyond the Lone Islandson my coronation day with Aslans approval I swore an oath that if once I had established peace in Narnia I would sail east myself for a year and a day to find my fathers friends or to learn of their deaths and avenge them if I couldThe remainder of the book tells of they different obstacles that the group meet on their travels on the Dawn Treader and each obstacle is an
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