Let's all just ignore it and hope it goes away.

...or maybe it's an unseasonal April Fool gag by Amazon?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's got to be, what's the term, sanctioned (?), hasn't it? I mean there's Intellectual Property Rights, or some such. You can't just create something based on characters and a world created by another, can you?

Reading age 4-8 seems terribly low (and wide).

Anonymous said...

Oh dear, oh dear...

::crawls back into the marsh::

Lirazel
http://www.livejournal.com/users/lirazel/

Charles Filson said...

Lirazel,

I checked out the link and didn't find anything about this Narnia book there.

All,

I am pretty sure that this was sanctioned. I recall reading a while back about the Lewis foundation opening this door...oh well.

How can anybody compare to Lewis? I am reading the chronicals to my sons now. I enjoyed the books as a child for obvious reasons, but now I am enjoying them on an entirely different level. Lewis was brilliant and I just don't see how another author can do the books justice.

Rappar said...

Her hello Andrew. Just found this way to get in touch with you.

I represent the French edition of the Australian e-zine on RPGs Places To Go, People To Be (http://ptgptb.org).

Well you know PTGPTB don't you. One of your articles has been published
here. We (the French edition) even translated it. :-)

We'd like to translate other articles of yours. Could you contact me please? :-)

Hope I didn't polute your blog and you may delete this comment - which has nothing to do with the subject... ^_^

Regards
Rappar