By C. S. Lewis
Narnia ist in höchster Gefahr! Der grausame Miraz droht die Herrschaft an sich zu reißen. Verzweifelt bläst Prinz Kaspian in das Zauberhorn der ersten Könige von Narnia. Und plötzlich befinden sich Peter, Susan, Lucy und Edmund nicht auf dem Weg zur Schule, sondern in ihrem nächsten großen Abenteuer, um Narnia zu retten.
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