History Literature / TheLastBattle

22nd Jun '17 8:06:36 PM ProfessorGrimm
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--> ''Shift had one friend and neighbour who was a donkey called Puzzle. At least they both said they were friends, but from the way things went on you might have thought Puzzle was more like Shift's servant than his friend.''

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--> ''Shift had one friend and neighbour neighbor who was a donkey called Puzzle. At least they both said they were friends, but from the way things went on you might have thought Puzzle was more like Shift's servant than his friend.''''
* BoltOfDivineRetribution: In the first chapter, Aslan sends one which Shift begins to think of using the lion-skin to impersonate him. Puzzle sees it for the sign it is, but Shift brushes it off.


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* EasilyForgiven: Aslan has some words with Puzzle over impersonating him, but in the end he's forgiven and is allowed into Aslan's Country; of course he did try to undo the damage he did.
10th Apr '17 6:40:09 AM kraas
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* ActuallyRealMagic: The false prophets pretend to perform a ritual to call forth Tash, the GodOfEvil. [[spoiler: He shows up.]]


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* RealAfterAll: The false prophets pretend to perform a ritual to call forth Tash, the GodOfEvil. [[spoiler: He shows up.]]
12th Feb '17 3:21:05 PM benda
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* BitterSweetEnding: Even if the children are now [[spoiler: happily living in Aslan's country]], the realization that they had been [[spoiler:mangled corpses on some train platform]] for the better part of the book is still jarring to the reader. This is because ''The Last Battle'' has the same type of optimism found in the Literature/BookOfRevelation -- the end of this world is just the beginning of a [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence truer existence]]; if you don't buy it, the ending might come off as very dark indeed.


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* EsotericHappyEnding: Even if the children are now [[spoiler: happily living in Aslan's country]], the realization that they had been [[spoiler:mangled corpses on some train platform]] for the better part of the book is still jarring to the reader. This is because ''The Last Battle'' has the same type of optimism found in the Literature/BookOfRevelation -- the end of this world is just the beginning of a [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence truer existence]]; if you don't buy it, the ending might come off as very dark indeed.
12th Feb '17 3:19:06 PM benda
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* DeadToBeginWith: At the end of the book the protagonists find out that they died in a train crash near the beginning of the book, so their entire adventure in Narnia occurred after their deaths.

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* DeadToBeginWith: DeadAllAlong: At the end of the book the protagonists find out that they died in a train crash near the beginning of the book, so their entire adventure in Narnia occurred after their deaths.deaths. Eustace had suspected it earlier though.
23rd Jan '17 2:46:17 PM dunicha
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* DyingDream: [[spoiler: The Pebvensie children are revealed to have been involved in a train crash. They will never leave the true Narnia--not that they want to.]]

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* DyingDream: [[spoiler: The Pebvensie Pevensie children are revealed to have been involved in a train crash. They will never leave the true Narnia--not that they want to.]]
22nd Jan '17 12:53:28 PM Everdream
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The seventh and final installment in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' and the seventh book chronologically. Seven years (on Earth) after the events of ''Literature/TheSilverChair'', Jill and Eustace are summoned back for one last adventure, to aid the current King of Narnia against the treachery of the [[ManiacMonkeys ape]], [[TheQuisling Shift]], and his [[ArabianNightsDays quasi-Arabian]] Calormene allies. [[spoiler: The story ends with Narnia being destroyed utterly, but with all the inhabitants surviving, and being led by Aslan to the afterlife.]]

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The seventh and final installment in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' and the seventh book chronologically. Seven years (on Earth) after the events of ''Literature/TheSilverChair'', Jill and Eustace are summoned back for one last adventure, to aid the current King of Narnia against the treachery of the [[ManiacMonkeys ape]], [[TheQuisling Shift]], and his [[ArabianNightsDays quasi-Arabian]] Calormene allies. [[spoiler: The story ends with [[spoiler: Narnia being destroyed utterly, but with all the good inhabitants surviving, and being led by Aslan to the afterlife.]]
22nd Jan '17 12:45:00 PM LordOfTheSword
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The seventh and final installment in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' and the seventh book chronologically. Seven years (on Earth) after the events of ''Literature/TheSilverChair'', Jill and Eustace are summoned back for one last adventure, to aid the current King of Narnia against the treachery of the [[ManiacMonkeys ape]], [[TheQuisling Shift]], and his [[ArabianNightsDays quasi-Arabian]] Calormene allies.

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The seventh and final installment in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' and the seventh book chronologically. Seven years (on Earth) after the events of ''Literature/TheSilverChair'', Jill and Eustace are summoned back for one last adventure, to aid the current King of Narnia against the treachery of the [[ManiacMonkeys ape]], [[TheQuisling Shift]], and his [[ArabianNightsDays quasi-Arabian]] Calormene allies.
allies. [[spoiler: The story ends with Narnia being destroyed utterly, but with all the inhabitants surviving, and being led by Aslan to the afterlife.]]
21st Jan '17 9:38:06 AM I_love_dragons
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* DemotedMemories: Susan gradually develops a refusal to believe in her own life. In this book, she refuses to believe that any of her adventures ever happened. This saves her life, which is not a good thing in this kind of setting: she's left behind on Earth while everyone else go to heaven to be [[PalsWithJesus Pals With Aslan.]]
25th Dec '16 8:57:15 PM MrInitialMan
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* DyingDream: [[spoiler: The Pebvensie children are revealed to have been involved in a train crash. They will never leave the true Narnia--not that they want to.

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* DyingDream: [[spoiler: The Pebvensie children are revealed to have been involved in a train crash. They will never leave the true Narnia--not that they want to.]]
25th Dec '16 1:30:41 PM MrInitialMan
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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler: In the last chapter, anyone who loves and serves Aslan may enter the door to the True Narnia.]] Also, one from a previous story is brought up when the those who are entering the true Narnia are greeted by Reepicheep the Mouse, who went over the wave at the End of the World in ''Literature/VoyageOfTheDawntreader''.

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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler: In the last chapter, anyone who loves and serves Aslan may enter the door to the True Narnia.]] Also, one from a previous story is brought up when the those who are entering the true Narnia are greeted by Reepicheep the Mouse, who went over the wave at the End of the World in ''Literature/VoyageOfTheDawntreader''.''Literature/TheVoyageOfTheDawntreader''.
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