The Voyage of Dawn Treader

While I was cruising last week, The Voyage of Dawn Treader, the latest theatrical release in C.S. Lewis’ The Chronicles of Narnia, came out on DVD. It is such an incredible film. I had the opportunity to see it on the big screen and can’t wait to watch it again in the comfort of my own home.

Here’s the trailer in case you missed it:

I’m stoked to be giving away a Blu-Ray DVDs of The Voyage of Dawn Treader (thank you Different Drummer) to five lucky readers. Just leave a comment below with your favorite C.S. Lewis book and I will choose five random winners on Wednesday.

Check back tomorrow for a post on The Voyage of Celebrity Century, better known as The Recreate Cruise.

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  • My favorite CS Lewis book isn’t one of the usual suspects–it is The Pilgrim’s Regress. I love it not only because of Lewis’s writing (which is awesome), but because of the deep symbolism throughout the book, as well as the tie-ins to John Bunyon’s Pilgrim’s Progress (which I also love). Every time I read it (or part of it), I get something new out of it.

  • Elizabeth

    Wonder if The Silver Chair & Last Battle will be made into a movie?

  • Kawlondon

    Ironically, my favorite in the Chronicles of Naria is “Voyage of the Dawn Treader!” My other favorite CS Lewis book is “Till We Have Faces. ”

  • I haven’t read the Narnia books since 6th grade but I’ve loved the movies. I actually haven’t seen this one yet but I’d love to check it out. I’d say my favorite Lewis book right now is Mere Christianity, especially the first half.

  • Anonymous

    My favorite CS Lewis book is actually Mere Christianity! I read it during a time when I was struggling with my faith, and it really clarified some questions I had always struggled with (and definitely helped lead me back to church). Definitely not the best book for a feature film, but such a good one for every person’s faith journey!

  • I’m definitely a CS Lewis fan. The Chronicles of Narnia series is probably still near the top of the list as my favorite(s), but “Mere Christianity” and “Screwtape Letters” are pretty high up there as well!

  • Ooooooooh! Pick me! I still haven’t seen Voyage of the Dawn Treader yet and am dying to see it. My favorite C.S. Lewis book is The Great Divorce, especially the part where he talks about the weight of glory. Powerful stuff.

  • Jo

    Non-fiction: The Problem of Pain
    Fiction: Perelandra
    Chronicles: Silver Chair

  • the lion the witch and the wardrobe… one of the first chapter books I ever read

  • My Favourite CS’s Book is Screwtape letters…It has been so helpful to win the battle against the Devil..:)

    Well, will see if am lucky 🙂 Thanks

  • From the Voyage of the Dawn Treader..
    Even in your world a star is more than that….

  • Quote from this movie – “I am known by another name in your world” Aslan

    HUGE!

  • Woohoo! I did not get the chance to see this in theaters (busy with kids, MBA and the holidays at the time), but anxiously awaited it’s release on DVD.

    My favorite C.S. Lewis book is probably Mere Christianity. Closely followed by The Lion, The Witch & the Wardrobe.

  • Monica

    I didn’t grow up in a Christian home so I am just discovering these books with my 9 year old son. We have read the first one and are working are way through the series together. It has been fun for both of us. I read A Grief Observed after a huge loss a couple of years ago and found that book to be helpful too. My favorite Lewis quote is, “You can’t get a cup of tea big enough or a book long enough to suit me.”

  • How to choose? Lewis is so great. I’d have to go with ’till We Have Faces’, I think. Never read a book of his I didn’t like!

  • My favorite C.S. Lewis book is The Screwtape Letters. Each time I read it, I find something else to think long and hard about. A great and timeless read!

  • Gotta be “Mere Christianity.”

  • I’m gonna go with “Mere Christianity” as my favorite. The NARNIA Chronicles (as well as OUT OF THE SILENT PLANET) hold a dear place in my heart, but if we’re talking about what book I’ve read again and again – “Mere Christianity” it is.

  • Matt

    My favorite Lewis book is “Till We Have Faces.” I find myself reading it at least once a year. Has had a profound impact on my view of God as ruler and judge.

  • Jagette

    “Mere Christianity” and “Grief Observed”
    Plus “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” is my favorite of the NARNIA Chronicles.

  • Wes Brawner

    The Magicians Nephew

  • Wink Rush

    Welcome home!
    My favorite CS Lewis book is Mere Christianity. For the simple fact that it allows the author to open his heart to his faith and previous doubts, and at the same time opens up the truth of the gospel to all those who may be skeptics, agnostics, or simply riding the fence.
    We did not get to see this movie in the theater :(, but loved the first two. Especially the first one.
    Loved The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe!
    God bless,
    Wink Rush

  • Pastorjohnj

    My favorite Narnia book is A Horse and His Boy – awesome!
    Pastor John

  • Anonymous

    Hands down my fav of his fiction is “The Magician’s Nephew” but my fav non-fiction is “The Weight of Glory.”

  • Mere Christianity

  • Anonymous

    Cool! Have not seen this yet. Mere Christianity is def. my favorite C.S. book.

  • Andrew Acker

    It has to be Mere Christianity. Short, sweet and very powerful.

  • Ever since I read the Chronicles of Narnia when I was 6 years old, those books have been my all-time favorites. 🙂

  • Melani

    The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe 🙂

  • Oh I love this series. When I taught grade 4 we studied The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and read the other books, too. I saw the movie when it came out but have not seen The Voyager of the Dawn Treader yet. My favourite has to be The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. My copy is dog-eared and now I will be reading it to my grandchildren.
    Blessings,
    Jan

  • Love those books! It’s so hard to pick a favorite but I’d lean toward either The Last Battle (the ending gets me every time) or Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

  • My favorite in the series (both the books and the movies) is “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”

  • T. Willis

    The Horse And His Boy is my favorite book in the Narnia series – reading it to my daughter right now!

  • Stephen

    I am a huge fan of “The Great Divorce”. It’s probably my favourite CS Lewis book.

    Of the Narnia series I like “The Last Battle” the most.

  • My favourite is “The Horse and His Boy” and my favourite part of the book is where Aslan tells Shanta: “Child,” said the Voice, “I am telling you your story, not hers. I tell no one any story but his own.” This is so true of Jesus Christ. He keeps our story and relationship with Him sacred and although we may receive prophesies or words of knowledge through fellow Christians, He only tells our story to us.

  • jvsc

    My favorite? Probably The Great Divorce. Good book!

  • Hm…just reopened this series, exploring the land of Narnia for the first time with my 7-year-old. We just finished The Magician’s Nephew, so I’d have to say it’s my current Narnia favorite only because of having read it recently (as opposed to 20-something years ago…yikes! 🙂 )

    Overall CS Lewis – Surprised by Joy has to be my favorite as an adult.

  • Sabrina Lewis

    I’ve only read Mere Christianity and the Narnia series… and oh how I love Narnia! I do love them all but The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe is probably my favorite.

  • My favorite, favorite C.S. Lewis book is The Screwtape Letters. I can just hear Satan talking about humans in my mind when I read this book. My favorite Narnia story (very hard to decide on just one) is The Last Battle.

  • Anonymous

    Mere Christianity is my favorite CS Lewis book! I LOVED this movie… can’t wait to own it on DVD.

  • Chefrt3

    Loving this series in the theaters and on dvd. i hope they continue the work!

  • Tweetr

    So, this might be too late but whatever. I can’t pick a favorite Lewis bpok. Its in between Voyage or the Last Battle. Voyage because I love the one scene in the book where Lucy says the spell to make the unseen seen and Aslan appears because He is always here we just dont see him and of course He’d follow His own rules. Beautiful. I love the Last Battle though for its scene near the end where the soldier that was fighting for the False God ends up in Aslan’s country confused because he did not serve Aslan. So Interesting in Light of the rob bell controversy etc.