The Chronicles of Narnia Collector’s Edition (Radio Theatre) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD

Most people who grew up reading the beloved book series, Chronicles of Narnia, can attest that the stories, the illustrations and the fantasy still hold a special place in their hearts even as adults. The book introduced its readers to an unforgettable world of the fantasy genre. It was richly detailed, capturing epic battles and mythical creatures. It covered the British cultural heritage extensively.

To date, this book collection remains a huge hit, and it has sold more than 100 million copies. Even Netflix has not been left behind, and they have adapted this classic series to spread the fantasy to the new generation.

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The whole collection is absolutely incredible. It features the seven books in the book series, Chronicles of Narnia by C.S Lewis. It comes well presented in a collector's tin that also features the original artwork including the map of Narnia. The top original stories include The Lion, and the Witch and The Wardrobe, The Magician’s Nephew, The Last Battle, The Silver Chair, Prince Caspian, The Horse, and His Boy, and The Voyager of The Dawn Treader.

The book has been recorded in London, well executed by an all-star cast that includes most talented and brightest of England's talent. It comes with almost 22 hours of non-stop entertainment with all the seven original stories. The illustrations are based on the original artwork designs of Pauline Baynes.

The cinema and the digital sound quality, including the original orchestra, audio dramas, the stage, the innovative recording, and screen make this radio edition incredibly awesome and bring these wonderful stories to life.


Includes the seven books of Chronicles of Narnia

The performance, the music, the recording, and the audio quality is outstanding

Available in different formats and a boxed set of paperbacks


The stories follow the chronological order instead of the published order which might confuse the reader