- Narnia + -an (Wiktionary)
“We might even see the White Witch converting, a Holy Narnian Empire.”
“In Goodbye, Blog: the friend of information but the enemy of thought, a Narnian called Alan Jacobs writes about his personal journey of discovery about blogging.”
“Digory travels to a walled garden in the Narnian mountains where apple trees grow.”
“My seven year old was terrified and left the theater whereas she was fine with Prince Caspian (although she did close her eyes at the battle scenes) because she had read all of the Narnian books first.”
“The bickering was nonexistent in the book and mostly was bickering amongst the Narnian troops.”
“Maybe we'll see another studio sail the Narnian seas, but for now, you'll have to content yourself with the paperbacks.”
“Only one Narnian tale, The Last Battle, takes us fully into a celebration in Aslan's realm and indeed, in that book, death plays a heart-stopping role.”
“At the Narnian Council, the centaur encourages the old Narnians to trust in Caspian's commitment to bring freedom to all.”
“He's the keeper of knowledge," says Adamson, "a walking and talking Narnian library and totally old-school.”
“One year after the incredible events of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, the Kings and Queens of Narnia find themselves back in that faraway wondrous realm, only to discover that more than 1300 years have passed in Narnian time.”
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