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Posted on Tuesday, January 17th, 2006 at 1:12 pm. About Books.

Book #3: The Horse and His Boy

Yet, another book in the Chronicles of Narnia is complete (or has been for decades, but now *I* have completed my read of it). The Horse and His Boy by: C.S. Lewis was a decent read, but at times it seemed a bit silly and unrealistic. Yes, I am aware that it is fantasy and that talking horses may seem that way, but I have read fantasy before where I was able to successful undergo “the suspension of disbelief.” In any case, I did like one particular scene where Aslan reappears and explains his omnipresent existence throughout the book. I got sick of the scenes in Tashbaan. I much preferred The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

Anyway, another brief read finished, and still I am ahead with total books but behind in number of pages read. Once I am through with the Narnia books I will embark on lengthier reads – my plan is to go next to Team of Rivals by: Doris Kearns Goodwin, a book I received for Christmas about Abraham Lincoln.

Progress toward goals:

17/365 = 4.66% days of the year completed

3/50 = 6.0% number of books completed
297/15000 = 1.98% number of pages read

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