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Poll: I was rereading "All the Dreams that Might Have Been" and got very angry at it. There are some things I really like, but some things which are annoying me. The question is, should I revamp and repost the beginning of the story? Vote Now!
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Joined 01-04-06, id: 963951, Profile Updated: 01-12-11
Author has written 23 stories for Chronicles of Narnia.

I've been an avid Narnia fan since my 5th grade teacher read us the beginning of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe one rainy afternoon when she had no lesson planned. In fact, at the time (the stone age before the internet, it was) I was spinning stories about the Pevensies and Caspian who intrigued me so much. Silly me - I thought I was the only one! Of course this is not the case, and when I had a Narnia renaissance when the movie came out I was thrilled to find ff.net.

A little bit about me and my stories. I've spent a lot of time developing a Narnia universe with my best friend and other half, rooty-boots. Stories on my account that reflect that work are "The Hundred Day Winter," "Life Among the Stars," "The Artist's Tale," and "Peter's Dreams." This world contains some slash, though the slash content does not appear in every story (and for those of you who are a bit more sensitive to such things, I'll always warn you, so please read the non slash stuff). I'm thinking of writing a story set in Prince Caspian which explains this epic in story format, but in the meantime I think each story explains itself, either through the content or the author's notes. This work is particularly close to my heart; I love to hear feedback on it.

The rest of the stories are stand alone works. Some go hand in hand with others, and I think the most important of these connections is "All the Dreams that Might Have Been," which is a direct sequel to "Caspian's Queen." Also, you'll notice if you've read all my stories that there are some inconsistencies. For example, in "Children Do Grow Up" the kids' mother is not Helen but Julia (and no one tell me her name is Helen! Her name is Helen in the movie only) but in "How to Keep Well in Wartime" and "Conception" she's Helen. That explains the difference in character. Julia is one version of the Pevensies' mother, Helen is a more developed one, and I like her for that reason.

On Updating

I update sporadically, in case you haven't noticed. Once upon a time I was extremely diligent about updating stories, but I have a lot of things on the burner at the moment, and I don't have the luxury anymore. Some stories it's been so long I've kind of lost the thread of where I was going. So as not to disappoint, here are updates on my current stories in progress:

"All the Dreams that Might Have Been: Redux" AsCast honored me by interviewing me regarding this fanfic and Narnia fanfic in general. It was very exciting and I was all about going on. You can listen to the interview here (and I highly recommend browsing around Narnia Fan Fiction Revolution. It is a way past a lot of the drivel.): http://narniafanfiction.com/ But then life got in the way. But *then* the movie came out and now I have a fresh wave of determination. I also made a New Year's resolution to write a page a day in a notebook, which has been boding v. well for ATD. Those of you who are favoriting the original and occasionally asking for updates--I'm so flattered, really. But I like a lot about this revamp better, so I'm focusing my energy on finishing this. Maybe one day I'll go back to the first draft. I should take it down, but vanity prevents me. It has so many favorites!

"Conception" - I can't believe people liked Helen and the baby Pevensies so much. It was a lot of fun to write this story, and I'm definitely thinking of doing another in Helen's voice about her children. Thanks for all the great reviews.

"The Hundred Day Winter" is a story I'd really like to return to. I got inspired today while rewatching Prince Caspian, but I need to dig out my notes for where I wanted this one to go. I don't have any immediate plans for updating this one, but I by no means want to forget it.

"The Artist's Tale" has stalled because I need to do a major overhaul to the most recent chapter because rooty-boots and I changed the storyline a bit. I hate overhauls. Hence why I'm procrastinating. Like "The Hundred Day Winter" though, this story has never entirely left my brain.

"The Emperor and the Diplomat" - Sadly, this one is on indefinite hiatus as I forgot where I was going with it and can't seem to get re-inspired for a new storyline.

"A Reversal of Roles" - Every so often I get a review asking me to please continue. I'm so flattered, but this one is on hiatus for a bit too, though not quite as far down on the stack as "The Emperor and the Diplomat." I sort of vaguely remember where I was going with this one, but it would take a lot of recollecting my thoughts to get there. Don't count out the possibility of an update, but that would come in the distance, after I've finished the other works in progress I have on here.

"One Hundred Days, One Hundred Years" is not as shiny and new as it once was. It is far from dead though as I remember quite clearly where I was going with it. I just need to clear some of the steam from "All the Dreams...Redux" and I should get going on this again. Again, this is one I keep thinking about.

What I'm working on now

In case for some reason you find yourself curious about what to expect next (perhaps I am flattering myself a bit here), I've put up this bit to let you know.

January 12 - I thought I would have a snow day today and could write write write! But of course, my stupid mayor is very stupid and kept NYC public schools open. I should go teach in the suburbs. Fun fact: teachers weep when they don't get snow days too. So I *would* have finished the next chapter today, but you can thank Mayor Bloomberg that I didn't (I'm not bitter).

More to the point--the next chapter of "All the Dreams...Redux" is just about done. I've handwritten it out in draft form, and now I just need to type and revise. I have had the following chapter, the memory chapter, written out for a long time, so basically it's a lot of typing over the next few days and I should get some stuff up within the week.

Shout out to my peeps

To everyone who reviews my stories, favorites them, alerts them...thank you. Truly. It makes me want to write more and it makes me feel good about trying to do the writing thing for real. I just wanted to take the time to say that. I don't always reply to reviews, but I always appreciate them, and I wanted to take the time to say that.

Voyage of the Dawn Treader: The movie

I'm still not sure how I feel about this movie. On the one hand there were things that I really loved. On the other there were things that felt very flat to me. And I hated Gael. To expand:

The 'meh': It all hinges on the Light Water. There wasn't any! Reepicheep sings his song, but there's never that moment of joy in the discovery that they are in the Utter East, that they have come to the end of the world. There is a beautiful sense of wonder in that moment in the book which was missing from the movie overall. I don't really have a problem with them amping up the quest, making the temptation which all the characters do actually face in the book more vital, but in so doing, the movie lost its sense of wonder in the discovery of a new, unexplored world, which was really one of the best things about the book. And the idea that one could have such a grand adventure in a now familiar place made it feel as though we could all go on that discovery. The movie forgot this, and made it all a little too serious.

Which brings me to the evil mist. Good idea, terrible execution. As I said, the idea of reinforcing the conflict that each of the characters face, and tying it all into a greater sense of evil is really effective, because it creates a throughline for what is admittedly a very episodic story. Finding the swords and each sword symbolizing some temptation overcome is very cool. The prisoners? I didn't really care about them. Never had a reason to. Also, the fact that they made the mist this weird semi physical manifestation of evil...it was trying to tread the line between being a character and being a symbol, and as it wound up being neither it was kind of lame. The writers needed to make more of a commitment to the symbolic level, which could have really worked, rather than dumbing it down for kids. Why does Hollywood never realize that a movie that's too smart is far better than a movie that's dumbed down. Pixar gets it. I don't see why other people don't.

Also, this movie needed more Caspian! Somehow his role got diminished, and that made me sad because a) he's so cool in the book and b) Ben Barnes really does a great job as Caspian. Where was Caspian's temper? They inferred one for Peter in Prince Caspian (and astutely so, I thought), but then you take away an actual character trait which provides more momentum for the movie? It doesn't really make sense. I liked the uncertainty they gave Caspian, how he worries about his father and the type of king he is. I've seen that conflict for Caspian myself in some of my stories. But there needed to be more of it!

The good: Edmund. Skandar did a great job with Edmund's character. One of my quibbles with Prince Caspian is that they took away all of Edmund's sly wisecracks, but I consoled myself with the idea that Dawn Treader would be 'his' movie and he'd come into his own. Was I right! Edmund is heroic and funny, and his journey to being an adult for a second time is well played out. I've always thought that Skandar is the best actor of the four, and he definitely proves it here.

Eustace. What amazed me in LWW is how much the Pevensies were exactly what I pictured in my head when reading the books growing up. I've never had that happen to me before--even the Harry Potter actors have a couple of quirks that make them slightly different from what I pictured in my head. Will Poulter, however, is very much part of the Narnian tradition. He got Eustace Clarence Scrubb down to a T.

Lucy: That moment where she's sold at Narrowhaven is 10x more powerful than in the book, where Lewis glosses over the scariness of that moment. Georgie brings it to the audience with just one grimace. She also does a very good job of showing Lucy's kick-ass side. Again, I wanted more! I wish they had played out that little moment at the beginning where she's talking to Caspian about a bride and touching her cheek flirtatiously, even if it wound up being a one sided crush.

Edmund and Caspian. Their 'bromance' was great. I've always been so focused on Caspian and Lucy that I forget that Caspian and Edmund have a cool relationship. In a lot of ways it mirrors what happened between Caspian and Peter in Prince Caspian, but this round was much more subtle, and as Caspian is more sure of himself, he and Edmund are on more equal footing. They took that great scene on Deathwater and turned it into more of a plotline. I always like when movies expand on what's there.

Edmund and Lucy. They didn't get to talk much, and there was a lot of "Edmund!!" "Lucy!!" but I really liked the closeness that they had, and how they worried for each other and fought for each other.

The cinematography: I *loved* the look of the Dawn Treader, the shots of it on the water, the Silver Sea and the end of the world--all of this was fantastically realized, which is what you want in movies made from fantasy novels.

The end. The battle with the sea serpent was thrilling. It completely caught me up, and the end actually made me cry--the first of the Narnia movies to do so. The segue into the end credits with the Pauline Baynes illustrations compounded my sense of nostalgia and made me remember reading the book as a kid.

So there are a lot of good things about this movie. I haven't even listed them all, or gone into depth. But there is one thing I actively hate about the movie and that is:

Gael.

Of all the pointless, useless characters! I didn't even understand why she was there at all until Rooty-boots pointed out to me that it was to give Lucy some confidence in herself. Ok, I can get on board with the Lucy conflict, but Gael is not necessary to play that out. How about Caspian? She could have a crush on him and he could talk about Susan, and then they could have their moments of understanding together that they have in the book and she could realize that she's important to him too, even if he's not in love with her. In addition to Gael being a boring and annoying example of a helpless female, a stereotype Narnia consistently subverts, she divides Lucy from the other characters, particularly her brother and Caspian, leaving a goldmine of character development and exploration untouched. There were a lot of great little moments between the characters in the first two movies, and I firmly believe Gael prevented that in this one because she kept the characters separate.

Prince Caspian: The movie

A lot of Narnia purists are infuriated with Prince Caspian because it makes a lot of changes to the book. This reminds me of my friend, who swears she can't watch the Two Towers because it plays so fast and loose with Faramir's character. But I liked the Two Towers a lot, and I read the book before seeing the movie. This made me start to rethink how literal I should be about adaptations, and I used to be very literal. So when I started seeing trailers for Prince Caspian, I had a feeling it would be the Two Towers of Narnia. It was, and I still like it. Peter fighting in the train station--Well, what else would he do? I always imagined Peter would have a tough time going from being the High King of Narnia, respected the world over, to a kid who people think they can boss around. Peter v. Caspian? I actually don't think this is such a character stretch. Peter and Caspian are both quite strong willed (at least, Peter is in my brain), and this is just their wills warring. I had the opportunity to attend a Q&A with the cast at the NY Comic Con, and I specifically asked about that when it was my chance to ask a question. William Moseley actually said something quite perceptive, which was that Caspian and Peter are both alpha-males, and they're both jockeying for position. They want the same thing for Narnia, but they see different paths to get there. This seemed so astute that I haven't had an issue with it since, particularly since they end in the same place that Lewis has. A lot of people feel that Caspian should have an almost holy reverence for the Pevensies, but in all honesty, I think that makes the story less fun.

And of course the major beef: Caspian and Susan. Now, as you can probably tell from my stories, I'm a big Caspian and Lucy fan and always have been, but I really liked the way they handled the romance in the movie, very lightly and with real sweetness. The attraction is natural--Susan is beautiful and gentle, and Caspian is young and dashing and noble, some of the same qualities that a certain Prince of Calormen possesses. Is it in the book? No. Does Lewis leave huge massive holes in his stories where there could be room for such a thing? Yes, absolutely. That is after all, why I like writing Narnia fanfiction--I often feel that the story is but half written, that he glosses over parts that I always want to see more of. I usually consider this a credit to Lewis as a writer. I'm telling you though, if one more person mentions that Caspian is supposed to be younger than Susan, I am going to hurl a copy of the book at their head and make sure it falls open to the chapter "Sorcery and Sudden Vengeance," where Peter sees Caspian for the first time and notices that he is about his own age. Therefore if anything, Caspian is supposed to be older than Susan. People need to stop referencing the BBC production.

Overall, I thought the movie was wonderful, and it had a great arc. That scene where Peter is looking at the trapped soldiers in the night raid gets me every time, and there are so many other wonderful highlights. The acting is much better this go 'round too, and Ben Barnes was great as Caspian. My only real beef is that they kept taking away Edmund's lines! He was the one to recognize it was magic in the train station, and he was the one to observe "That's the trouble with girls--can't carry a map in their heads." Those lines were so Edmund I was sad they dished them out to the other characters.

Ben Barnes is awesome

And not just because he's a pretty face (although let's call a spade a spade, he is). Dude can act. I had the good fortune to see him in Birdsong in London and it was absolutely phenomenal. He put such passion into the role that he was actually crying the very first moment he walked out onstage. Furthermore, he's exceptionally intelligent. He clearly puts a lot of thought and analysis into his projects, and to hear him analyze Narnia from a more secular, literary point of view is both astute and refreshing. He's also quite charming (based on interviews) and very kind--after a certainly draining performance in Birdsong he came out and signed playbills and took photos when he really must have just wanted to go home and rest.

Why am I writing this here? Because I tried to express some of it at the stage door of Birdsong and wound up blabbering instead, and it needs to be said.

My Favorites

The longer I'm on this site, the pickier I get. Fanfiction is great stuff, but a lot of the work on here is highly unpolished. I try not to judge too much because when I was 14 I was writing some real crap. I laugh to think of it actually. However, that means that those stories in my favorites and those authors who I've favorited are carefully selected, stories that I found really grabbed me, that really did a good job developing the characters. If you happen to be reading this because I favorited you (I do love that alert, it always makes me happy), my hat's off to you and my thanks for simultaneously filling my need for more things Narnia and writing a worthwhile story to boot.

Which English?

This issue came to my attention first via my buddy Andi Horton (who, by the way is an amazing writer and you really should go check out her stories if haven't already). In her profile she thanks 'spelling conscious Americans' who try to correct her when really she's just using the British spellings of words: colour instead of color, etc. Then my friend rootyboots and I started a lot of collaborative writing. Rootyboots is English, and I'm American, and I'm constantly finding myself using words or phrases British people simply don't use when speaking or writing. For example, a slight change of preposition: the British way is "Different to" and the American was is "different from." I also just found out this very week what a rag and bone man is. And then of course the classic--what you call underwear. In England, as you probably know, 'pants' is the word, but in America that means trousers, and we'll say panties or boxers, being the gender specific bunch that we are. The question I have is this: I am an American writing stories about British people. It is necessary to be British-English conscious in everything I write? Should I endeavor (endeavour) to make the characters speak completely British? Actually, that's not even really a question because nothing annoys me more than when I'm reading a Narnia fic and Peter says "Yeah"--although that's more anachronistic than anything. Obviously I don't want my characters to sound like modern Americans, so having them say 'awesome' is out of the question, unless they mean the old version of the word, which is 'inspiring fear and amazement in a person.' But if they say pants instead of trousers? Does that really put a jarring note with the story? And what about the narration? Is it necessary to anglify that as well? I ask these questions in all earnestness. What do you think? Care to comment?

Pet Peeves

The word Suspian. It makes me want to hurl. I have no problems with Caspian and Susan as a couple, but Suspian?! Really?? Lucian is so much better as a couple name, although I'm a bit leery over all about morphing a couple into one blob-like being. It's always scary. Note: TomKat, Brangelina, etc. I did just think of a cute one for Lucy and Caspian though. Lots of people favor Lucian but that weirds me out because in my own personal Narnia-verse, Lucien is the name of Lucy's son with Corin of Archenland in the Golden Age. But LuCa is kind of cute. Well...Luca is. LuCa just winds up sounding as teeny bopper-esque as Suspian. No winning.

Also the lack of good Susan/ Caspian stories out there. There's a lot of potential for that romance and I haven't yet found one story for them that really grabs me. They're all such cheesy, angsty romances, the kind that you might find written about Marius and Eponine in Les Mis. I want a good, real romance that does not just use Susan and Caspian as stand in romantic leads with no character development but actually takes their personalities and shows how they might fall in love. They're very different people, and it could be very interesting. Any suggestions? Let me know! (Disclaimer: I find Susan and Caspian an intriguing possibility, although their potential is rarely realized. That does not, however, change my opinion that Lucy and Caspian are totally soul mates).

Oooh, another pet peeve, and this one makes me really mad. I hate when people are complaining about Ben Barnes (who, for the record, I really liked as Caspian. He definitely got the character, and I was able to forgive him his dark hair just as I forgave Georgie Henley) and they're like "He's too old to be Caspian! Caspian is younger than the Pevensies!" WRONG, people. Wrong. Go get your copies of Prince Caspian and open to the chapter "Sorcery and Sudden Vengeance." When Peter and Edmund storm in, Peter notices the werewolf leaping at a boy "about his own age." So Caspian could be slightly older than Peter, or perhaps slightly younger, around Susan's age, but there is no way he's younger than Lucy. That influence comes from the BBC production in the 80's which got it wrong. There. I'm glad I got that off my chest.

A last random thought: I wish my user ID # was 24601.

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Some Friendlier Sky by AMarguerite reviews
Courfeyrac falls through the roof of no. 7 Rue de l'Homme Armé, taking down not only the ceiling, but the carefully built walls Valjean has constructed around himself and Cosette. Wacky hijinks ensue. Thanks to Pip for betaing.
Les Miserables - Rated: T - English - Humor - Chapters: 24 - Words: 127,124 - Reviews: 172 - Favs: 108 - Follows: 97 - Updated: 5/30/2013 - Published: 11/21/2012 - Cosette, Courfeyrac - Complete
The Uneasy Path by fireandarose reviews
"She is too old," and the sorrow is back again, "to travel back and forth. ... But she may stay, and accompany you back to Narnia. But only she." Lucy/Caspian, AU end to VotDT NEW PART UP: Caspian holds Lucy after the parting; weeping, words, and wonder.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 7 - Words: 13,133 - Reviews: 111 - Favs: 140 - Follows: 204 - Updated: 4/24/2013 - Published: 12/15/2008 - Lucy Pevensie, Caspian X
Facets by mari4212 reviews
Everyone has aspects of themselves that no one else sees. These are some of them. A Golden Age of Narnia story.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Family - Chapters: 4 - Words: 7,013 - Reviews: 35 - Favs: 58 - Follows: 22 - Updated: 8/26/2011 - Published: 6/11/2008 - Lucy Pevensie - Complete
Hatred by rooty-boots reviews
Edmund the Just ponders the boy Edmund, and how much he has changed. A little oneshot I wrote probably about four years ago, based around the 'Narnia-world' that Francienyc and I have built together. References to OCs.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Family/Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,070 - Reviews: 3 - Favs: 3 - Published: 2/5/2011 - Edmund Pevensie - Complete
Nighttime Demons by Sentimental Star reviews
When Colin Pevensie returns from war, things are not as he left them, particularly not between his two sons...-Brotherfic. Book and Moviebased- EDIT: CHAPTER 18 HAS BEEN POSTED!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Family/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 18 - Words: 45,770 - Reviews: 539 - Favs: 513 - Follows: 485 - Updated: 12/10/2010 - Published: 1/4/2006 - Peter Pevensie, Edmund Pevensie
Becoming Brothers by Andi Horton reviews
He doesn't know how to be a Prince; he doesn't even know how to be a brother. Cor finds somebody who can teach him what it means to be both.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 8,483 - Reviews: 51 - Favs: 154 - Follows: 7 - Published: 2/12/2009 - Complete
Forward by Love and Rock Music reviews
Lucy/Caspian. Seven snapshots of the love she never had.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 697 - Reviews: 28 - Favs: 47 - Follows: 5 - Published: 2/6/2009 - Lucy Pevensie, Caspian X - Complete
Joy in the Mourning by Andi Horton reviews
They don't quite fit, anymore. But even as they long for home, even as the city falls around them and mourning is the order of the evening, it's not impossible to find moments of joy.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 5,893 - Reviews: 27 - Favs: 52 - Follows: 3 - Published: 2/2/2009 - Complete
Home by fadedmystery reviews
He is battered and bloodied, but he is home and that is all that matters. Another Peter/Susan fic.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,569 - Reviews: 6 - Favs: 33 - Follows: 2 - Published: 2/1/2009 - Peter Pevensie, Susan Pevensie - Complete
Taking It In by fireandarose reviews
Post-Silver Chair: Lucy learns from Eustace and Jill that Caspian X has died. Lucy lives and laughs and goes with boys sometimes, and never forgets the man she still loves and misses. And, sometimes, Lucy dreams. And remembers. L/C, but only memories.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,803 - Reviews: 9 - Favs: 23 - Follows: 3 - Published: 12/21/2008 - Lucy Pevensie, Caspian X - Complete
The Constancy of Memory by youcantseeus reviews
Drinian wishes that he could go back and change those memories of himself and Caspian ever so slightly. But he will always be only the friend. SLASH. Caspian/Drinian.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 14,970 - Reviews: 4 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 1 - Published: 9/6/2008 - Caspian X, Drinian - Complete
The Better Part by Andi Horton reviews
Lucy sees things differently; she always has. Some would rather that she change, and others wouldn't want her to change for the world.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,998 - Reviews: 35 - Favs: 68 - Follows: 2 - Published: 8/9/2008 - Complete
The Way Things Are by A Amelia Black reviews
[FIN] Edmund's story, beginning with the events prior to the evacuation and the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and through the Golden Age. A story set in both our world and Narnia, giving quite a different take on the way things are, were, and will be
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Adventure - Chapters: 49 - Words: 223,302 - Reviews: 926 - Favs: 259 - Follows: 71 - Updated: 6/30/2008 - Published: 1/31/2006 - Complete
Sunshine and Cinnamon by daughter-of-the-true-king reviews
Darling Aravis: I've gotten into a bit of trouble...my esteemed husband is dead, and everybody who is anybody is saying I did it--or planned it...I should arrive within a few days of this letter...affectionately, Lasaraleen Tarkheena
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Romance/Adventure - Chapters: 4 - Words: 5,973 - Reviews: 60 - Favs: 23 - Follows: 46 - Updated: 6/25/2008 - Published: 4/7/2008 - Lasaraleen, Corin
Stop Calling Her by youcantseeus reviews
Edmund is very annoyed when Caspian keeps calling the Pevensies back into Narnia so that he can spend time with Susan ... but is it truly just annoyance or does jealousy play a role? CaspianEdmund. Complete.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Humor - Chapters: 4 - Words: 12,146 - Reviews: 73 - Favs: 162 - Follows: 65 - Updated: 6/7/2008 - Published: 5/24/2008 - Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X - Complete
Memory Keeper by mari4212 reviews
Six steps from Lucy Pevensie to Hermione Granger. Crossover between Narnia and Harry Potter
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Family - Chapters: 1 - Words: 681 - Reviews: 37 - Favs: 114 - Follows: 13 - Published: 6/7/2008 - Susan Pevensie, Lucy Pevensie - Complete
Parting by Andi Horton reviews
Too many times to count, Lucy has thought they were parting for the last time. Now, as Susan sends her on through the woods alone, she finally sees the truth. Yes, sorry, it's movie based; last time, I promise!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,823 - Reviews: 13 - Favs: 15 - Follows: 1 - Published: 6/1/2008 - Complete
Disarmed by Aebhel reviews
Edmund joins the fencing club.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 915 - Reviews: 130 - Favs: 665 - Follows: 67 - Published: 5/27/2008 - Edmund Pevensie, Peter Pevensie - Complete
The Call of the Horn by Love and Rock Music reviews
Sin, secrets, magic, love. Caspian disregards Aslan's commandment and summons Lucy to post-VDT Narnia, and they must face the consequences of their romance. Continuation of Caspian's Queen by Francienyc. Now complete!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 9 - Words: 22,334 - Reviews: 65 - Favs: 52 - Follows: 26 - Updated: 5/14/2008 - Published: 4/4/2007 - Caspian X, Lucy Pevensie - Complete
Lionsword, Tablesword by warrior4 reviews
Peter and Edmund sparr with twin blades. Idea comes from acacia59601's fic "The Guardian," and used with permission. One-shot.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,478 - Reviews: 28 - Favs: 65 - Follows: 2 - Published: 5/14/2008 - Peter Pevensie, Edmund Pevensie - Complete
The Forgotten Chronicles of Narnia by Spouse of Orestes reviews
They were rulers for 15 years, but they didn’t realize that they lived there for 50. This tells about the missing 35 years of the lives of the Pevensies in Narnia. A “what if” multichaptered, canonbased story of epic proportions.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Adventure/Suspense - Chapters: 12 - Words: 34,162 - Reviews: 63 - Favs: 29 - Follows: 21 - Updated: 2/13/2008 - Published: 7/19/2006
This Side of the Door by lickitysplit reviews
Two years before the train accident, the Friends of Narnia gather for the summer holiday, meet an old enemy, and discover a secret about Narnia. 2007 Lion Award Winner!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Mystery - Chapters: 16 - Words: 37,710 - Reviews: 135 - Favs: 58 - Follows: 32 - Updated: 10/9/2007 - Published: 5/21/2007 - Complete
A Sea of Golden Sand by Andi Horton reviews
Rabadash comes to Cair Paravel to seek Queen Susan's hand. It is only once she is in Calormen that Susan sees him for what he really is, and when the Narnians flee, Rabadash is determined they will not get off that lightly . . .
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama/Adventure - Chapters: 29 - Words: 121,897 - Reviews: 437 - Favs: 144 - Follows: 51 - Updated: 8/30/2007 - Published: 4/12/2006 - Complete
Unrequited by celeste9 reviews
Lucy still remembers what it feels like to be wanted.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,499 - Reviews: 27 - Favs: 69 - Follows: 3 - Published: 8/19/2007 - Lucy Pevensie, Caspian X - Complete
In the Blood by m.jules reviews
The White Witch finds Edmund for the first time.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 674 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 13 - Follows: 2 - Published: 8/18/2007 - Jadis the White Witch, Edmund Pevensie - Complete
Once A King or Queen of Narnia by AmazinglyMe reviews
It's after the lecture tour in America, and Susan has returned home with a job offer and a lot to think about. But something interupts the quiet order of her life...something as simple as a necklace. ActionAdventure and a little bit of Mystery.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Mystery - Chapters: 9 - Words: 14,048 - Reviews: 46 - Favs: 19 - Follows: 24 - Updated: 8/18/2007 - Published: 12/19/2005 - Susan Pevensie
Always a Queen by LittleOtter reviews
Susan takes Lucy shopping for her seventeenth birthday. Fluffy sisterfic, COMPLETE.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Angst - Chapters: 3 - Words: 7,983 - Reviews: 51 - Favs: 52 - Follows: 13 - Updated: 8/14/2007 - Published: 4/20/2007 - Complete
Mummy by Spouse of Orestes reviews
On the morning before the battle of Anvard, Lucy says goodbye to a special person in her life. A oneshot companion piece to “Mothering.”
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,014 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 13 - Follows: 3 - Published: 3/13/2007 - Complete
The Lack of Sleep by youcantseeus reviews
Insomnia can lead to some deep conversations. Edmund and Eustace discuss good, evil, guilt, human motivation, God, religion, nature, science and much more. Set a little after The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Oneshot.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,264 - Reviews: 25 - Favs: 51 - Follows: 7 - Published: 3/9/2007 - Eustace Scrubb, Edmund Pevensie - Complete
Northern Winds by Narelena reviews
As winter approaches, Peter finds himself overwhelmed with daily ‘High King’ duties. Meanwhile, Lucy endeavors to dispel Narnia's lingering fears of the cold. As she involves all of her siblings in her plan, Peter makes an unexpected discovery.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 5,785 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 39 - Follows: 1 - Published: 1/23/2007 - Complete
The Drill by rooty-boots reviews
Back in England, after Narnia, Edmund ponders the meaning of war, and what it means for his family. Will Peter be taken away?
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,014 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 15 - Published: 1/5/2007 - Complete
Farewell, Narnia by KaterineKasdorf reviews
Oneshot turned series. Deals with different characters as they say pay their final goodbyes to Narnia. Chapter Three added.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Fantasy - Chapters: 3 - Words: 2,308 - Reviews: 18 - Favs: 14 - Follows: 5 - Updated: 12/13/2006 - Published: 12/12/2005 - Complete
Gathered Fragments by Argentus reviews
A mirror holds no secrets...Edmund wanders the Magician's House late at night and finds someone he has never entirely forgotten. Set within VoDT.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Angst - Chapters: 2 - Words: 5,052 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 15 - Updated: 12/3/2006 - Published: 11/13/2006 - Edmund Pevensie, Edmund Pevensie
Slightest Inkling by H Max Marius reviews
Written for a contest on 'The Lions Call': As a Character, write a letter to the Author. Professor Kirke has some opinions for Mr. Lewis.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Humor/Fantasy - Chapters: 1 - Words: 393 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 11 - Follows: 1 - Published: 9/21/2006 - Complete
The Girl in the Mirror by rooty-boots reviews
Sisterfic to Forgiven Not Forgotten, finally updated! This fic fills in the gaps of what happened the night Susan was attacked, and explores the aftermath on the Pevensie family. Reading FnF is strongly recommended.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Drama/Angst - Chapters: 2 - Words: 6,032 - Reviews: 12 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 14 - Updated: 9/2/2006 - Published: 3/5/2006
Spy or Prince? by Swanwhite2 reviews
This is a missing scene Where Edmund and Susan discover that they had mistaken Shasta for Corin. Please Read and Review. I wrote this for a challenge at the lions call forum.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Drama/Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,112 - Reviews: 19 - Favs: 19 - Follows: 1 - Published: 8/25/2006 - Complete
Escape by Capegio reviews
They all find it, somehow.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,324 - Reviews: 48 - Favs: 65 - Follows: 6 - Published: 7/28/2006 - Complete
Edmund: Owner's Guide and Maintenance Manual by opera13 reviews
In the tradition of Theresa Green's famous Owner's manuals, now you can learn to own and operate an EDMUND unit of your very own!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Humor/Parody - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,187 - Reviews: 74 - Favs: 120 - Follows: 9 - Updated: 7/26/2006 - Published: 1/2/2006 - Complete
Growing Pains by mari4212 reviews
Edmund, on how Susan has changed.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 404 - Reviews: 11 - Favs: 10 - Published: 7/3/2006 - Complete
The Sharpness of Memory by youcantseeus reviews
Companion to The Blurring of Memories. Edmund goes back to his own world, but Caspian must live the rest of his life with the pain of having two loves. SLASH. EdmundCaspian.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 18,122 - Reviews: 29 - Favs: 99 - Follows: 3 - Published: 6/24/2006 - Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie - Complete
dude, where's my unikorn? by purplefrost21 reviews
sibling love, among other things... please be nice... first time i ever aktually wrote anything...
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 685 - Reviews: 14 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 6 - Published: 6/20/2006 - Complete
For Want of a Mother by imakeladrygirl reviews
A Mother’s Day oneshot. Lucy finds out that she is not quite so alone…PeterLucy sibling fluff. No incest. Set during the Golden Age, just after the coronation.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 644 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 12 - Follows: 2 - Published: 5/25/2006 - Complete
King's Champion by Andi Horton reviews
It is decided that King Peter will not compete at the Lone Islands Tournament. He appoints his brother champion in his place, but Edmund has some doubts. Golden Age fic, finished!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama/Adventure - Chapters: 2 - Words: 6,722 - Reviews: 59 - Favs: 89 - Follows: 12 - Updated: 5/8/2006 - Published: 5/5/2006 - Complete
Wind, Sand, and Stars by Lirazel reviews
A collection of drabbles about various characters from various books.
Anne of Green Gables series - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 3 - Words: 542 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 3 - Follows: 1 - Updated: 4/13/2006 - Published: 3/29/2006
The Knight, the Princess and The Beast by rooty-boots reviews
Just a silly piece of fluff dedicated to my mate francienyc... A princess is in peril, can the brave knight rescue her from the terrible ogre? Pevensie siblingbonding and all sortsa fun stuff
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Humor/Adventure - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,768 - Reviews: 21 - Favs: 23 - Follows: 1 - Published: 4/9/2006 - Complete
Afterglow by Lirazel reviews
Because it can’t be easy going back to being less than you are.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 764 - Reviews: 48 - Favs: 127 - Follows: 8 - Published: 3/28/2006 - Complete
What Happened in Tashbaan by Capegio reviews
HAHB AU: While in Tashbaan with Susan and Edmund, Peter overhears a conversation between Rabadash and Susan and acts accordingly. Drama ensues. [Gift fic for Hadrianna.]
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,460 - Reviews: 34 - Favs: 37 - Follows: 4 - Published: 3/28/2006 - Rabadash, Peter Pevensie - Complete
The Blurring of Memories by youcantseeus reviews
Soon, all Edmund's memories of Narnia will blur together. For now, he remembers Caspian. SLASH. EdmundCaspian.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 12,082 - Reviews: 63 - Favs: 159 - Follows: 7 - Published: 3/23/2006 - Edmund Pevensie, Caspian X - Complete
The Other Boys by Capegio reviews
Edmund cries the first time the other boys hit him.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,085 - Reviews: 51 - Favs: 76 - Follows: 4 - Published: 3/23/2006 - Edmund Pevensie, Peter Pevensie - Complete
Denial by Capegio reviews
Peter, though he would never ever in a million years admit it, was sick. [Gift fic for Sera and Tails.]
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,671 - Reviews: 71 - Favs: 125 - Follows: 6 - Published: 3/22/2006 - Peter Pevensie, Lucy Pevensie - Complete
Forgotten, not Forgiven by rooty-boots reviews
How will the Pevensies react when Susan is brutally attacked? London is not Narnia and there are no swords, no shields and nothing to help them through except their love for one another. Disclaimer: You all know I don't own these characters, so don't sue
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Angst/Drama - Chapters: 9 - Words: 15,106 - Reviews: 93 - Favs: 58 - Follows: 26 - Updated: 3/15/2006 - Published: 2/27/2006 - Complete
The Sea and the Siblings by Capegio reviews
Four years into the Golden Age, rumors circulate that the Witch's army is assembling again. The Pevensies go to investigate together.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Adventure - Chapters: 42 - Words: 65,196 - Reviews: 621 - Favs: 225 - Follows: 38 - Updated: 3/13/2006 - Published: 12/26/2005 - Complete
A Born Knight by Domlando Blonaghan reviews
A little oneshot about a different kind of love. A little boy watches Caspian's procession through the Lone Islands and thinks. Dedicated to Francienyc and Jillie. No romance.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 874 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 15 - Follows: 1 - Published: 3/9/2006 - Complete
Duty by viennacantabile reviews
The naming of the Dawn Treader and its consequences, as seen by King Caspian the Tenth. Oneshot.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Drama/Angst - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,084 - Reviews: 17 - Favs: 17 - Follows: 4 - Published: 2/14/2006 - Caspian X, Reepicheep - Complete
Pipe Dream by Eggo Waffles reviews
Lucy comes to terms with her Faun fetish. Tumnus comes to terms with the fact that his teapot is broken. LucyTumnus parody... don't say you weren't warned.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Parody/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,500 - Reviews: 56 - Favs: 37 - Follows: 1 - Published: 1/13/2006 - Complete
Rain by Rumpleteasza reviews
The deck of the Dawn Treader is such a good place to ponder life's mysteries... and for Lucy and Caspian, there are a lot of those indeed. But there's nothing like a good sharp shower of rain to wash your philosophising away. Dedicated to LOTRGenius.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 5,240 - Reviews: 108 - Favs: 154 - Follows: 17 - Published: 7/16/2002 - Caspian X, Lucy Pevensie - Complete
The More Is My Unrest by a thousand winds reviews
Rabadash watches Susan at a ball. He thinks about her, and how courtship in Calormen is different from that in Narnia. Slightly odd. Slightly dark. He even quotes the poets.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Angst/Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 501 - Reviews: 33 - Favs: 26 - Published: 5/25/2002 - Complete
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Fight or Surrender reviews
A oneshot in which Lucy and Corin's son, Lucien, faces a painful illness which presents him-and his parents-with a difficult choice.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,124 - Reviews: 8 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 2 - Published: 11/19/2012 - Lucy Pevensie, Corin - Complete
All the Dreams that Might Have Been Redux reviews
A re-imagining of the sequel to "Caspian's Queen." If Lucy, Edmund, and Eustace had returned to Narnia with the Dawn Treader. Chapter 9: Eustace struggles with being Narnian and observe Lucy struggling with something else.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 9 - Words: 23,633 - Reviews: 129 - Favs: 102 - Follows: 146 - Updated: 2/12/2011 - Published: 3/11/2009 - Caspian X, Edmund Pevensie, Eustace Scrubb, Lucy Pevensie
The Choice of My Heart reviews
Cor is forced to consider love and marriage when his brother is engaged. Cor/Aravis
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance/Drama - Chapters: 7 - Words: 16,994 - Reviews: 72 - Favs: 79 - Follows: 16 - Updated: 2/17/2009 - Published: 1/21/2009 - Shasta/Cor, Corin - Complete
Conception reviews
Helen Pevensie muses about the circumstances that brought her children into the world.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Family - Chapters: 4 - Words: 20,603 - Reviews: 69 - Favs: 110 - Follows: 37 - Updated: 9/17/2008 - Published: 4/15/2008 - Peter Pevensie, Susan Pevensie
In the Ornamental Garden reviews
In the gardens of Tashbaan, Peridan reflects on the Queen's choice of suitor. But it is not long before he is called out on a search mission for a lost prince and help coordinate a plan for escape in the dead of night. Very canon
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure - Chapters: 1 - Words: 3,302 - Reviews: 7 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 9 - Published: 8/26/2008 - Peridan, Edmund Pevensie
All the Dreams that Might Have Been reviews
If Lucy, Edmund, and Eustace had returned to Narnia on the Dawn Treader. AU, Lucy x Caspian. Ch 16: Edmund in love! Also the reunion of Caspian and Lucy.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Drama/Romance - Chapters: 16 - Words: 78,467 - Reviews: 287 - Favs: 191 - Follows: 180 - Updated: 8/3/2008 - Published: 3/14/2006 - Lucy Pevensie, Caspian X
One Hundred Days, One Thousand Years reviews
A prequel of sorts to Kings in Exile. Peter's journey through Prince Caspian, and how the experience teaches him at home. Book and movieverse combo.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Drama - Chapters: 2 - Words: 3,912 - Reviews: 21 - Favs: 6 - Follows: 19 - Updated: 6/10/2008 - Published: 6/7/2008 - Peter Pevensie
How to Keep Well in Wartime reviews
The Pevensies' mother reflects on each of her four children, and the effect the war has on them all.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Family - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,639 - Reviews: 25 - Favs: 54 - Follows: 7 - Published: 8/27/2007 - Helen, Peter Pevensie - Complete
The Hundred Day Winter reviews
What happens in Narnia after the Pevensies disappear as told by Edmund's adopted daughter, Juliette. Though gone, the Four are hardly forgotten. Chapter 4 The examination of the royal will, and what the Pevensies left behind.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Drama/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 4 - Words: 12,050 - Reviews: 18 - Favs: 9 - Follows: 7 - Updated: 8/17/2007 - Published: 5/28/2007 - Edmund Pevensie, Susan Pevensie
Life Among the Stars reviews
Lucy sends Edmund a letter full of her memories of Narnia, and her son.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Family/Hurt/Comfort - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,134 - Reviews: 15 - Favs: 36 - Follows: 5 - Published: 8/13/2007 - Lucy Pevensie, Edmund Pevensie - Complete
The Artist's Tale reviews
Peridan is just a minor character in The Horse and His Boy, but every character has his story. This is Peridan's, from his childhood in the Lone Islands to the inner circles of the Narnian court. PeridanxSusan plus other pairings later.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Drama - Chapters: 11 - Words: 38,534 - Reviews: 49 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 9 - Updated: 6/8/2007 - Published: 11/6/2006 - Peridan, Edmund Pevensie
Peter's Dreams reviews
Even the High King can't control biology. Aslan tells him as much. Oneshot
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,791 - Reviews: 13 - Favs: 21 - Follows: 4 - Published: 2/19/2007 - Complete
The Delight of My Eyes reviews
Aravis begins to look at Cor in a different light. A story of how all their quarrels turned into love.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Romance - Chapters: 1 - Words: 8,395 - Reviews: 72 - Favs: 153 - Follows: 12 - Published: 8/13/2006 - Complete
Daughter of the East reviews
Lucy must decide whether she can keep her silence about Narnia when she is asked to make an account of herself.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 1,927 - Reviews: 16 - Favs: 24 - Follows: 14 - Published: 7/14/2006 - Lucy Pevensie
Troubles Melt Like Lemon Drops reviews
“If anyone would find a way to come home early, it would be Peter. Still, a watched pot never boils, they say. Perhaps I can tempt you out to the cinema? Edmund says to Lucy. They go out together on a sleety night in London. Sibling bonding
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 4,461 - Reviews: 58 - Favs: 162 - Follows: 10 - Published: 7/7/2006 - Complete
The Emperor and the Diplomat reviews
On their first trip to the Lone Islands, Peter and Edmund discover each other's strengths. Gift fic for Acacia59601
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 2 - Words: 3,427 - Reviews: 22 - Favs: 23 - Follows: 34 - Updated: 6/10/2006 - Published: 6/8/2006
Watch Over Me reviews
Lucy follows Peter into battle. Edmund is at home with an injury, and as Susan says Peter watches over all of Narnia, but who will watch over Peter? Lucy vows to do so.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure - Chapters: 4 - Words: 9,081 - Reviews: 57 - Favs: 64 - Follows: 24 - Updated: 5/23/2006 - Published: 4/13/2006 - Complete
A Reversal of Roles reviews
It seems Peter and Edmund get to have all the fun, so in this story Susan and Lucy go on adventure to the northwest of Narnia while the boys stay home and keep the castle and get in some intrigue of their own. Gift fic for rootyboots
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Adventure/Humor - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,555 - Reviews: 20 - Favs: 16 - Follows: 18 - Published: 5/2/2006
Children Do Grow Up reviews
The four children came back so changed. Even their mother said so. Post LWW.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,933 - Reviews: 48 - Favs: 221 - Follows: 26 - Published: 3/30/2006 - Complete
Caspian's Queen reviews
On board the Dawn Treader, Caspian wonders if the queen Narnia wants him to return with is in front of his very eyes. CaspianLucy. Now complete!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Romance - Chapters: 14 - Words: 44,873 - Reviews: 205 - Favs: 183 - Follows: 43 - Updated: 3/13/2006 - Published: 2/11/2006 - Caspian X, Lucy Pevensie - Complete
The Way to Narnia reviews
Edmund the Just grapples with the idea of his own forgiveness and salvation just after Tirian appears and just before the train wreck. A companion piece to Kings in Exile.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K+ - English - Chapters: 9 - Words: 17,361 - Reviews: 150 - Favs: 64 - Follows: 15 - Updated: 2/11/2006 - Published: 1/22/2006 - Complete
The Chamber of Instruments reviews
Rilian learns from his father and the memory of the four monarchs of the Golden Age what kingship is. Post Voyage of the Dawn Treader, very much pre Silver Chair.
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: K - English - Chapters: 1 - Words: 2,910 - Reviews: 26 - Favs: 54 - Follows: 3 - Published: 1/30/2006 - Complete
Kings in Exile reviews
After graduating from university, Peter wonders what the High King of Narnia is supposed to do with his life in England. Post Silver Chair, immediately before the Last Battleall spoilers thereunto pertaining apply. Complete at last!
Chronicles of Narnia - Rated: T - English - Chapters: 13 - Words: 13,582 - Reviews: 111 - Favs: 106 - Follows: 34 - Updated: 1/21/2006 - Published: 1/9/2006 - Peter Pevensie - Complete