How do you cope with a dad who drinks too much and a mum who has run off and not told you where she is? Not very well, is the answer for Jack. But that all changes when he walks straight into a wardrobe in the middle of the street. Jack starts to find out about the ‘owner’ of the wardrobe, C S Lewis, and about his own family. What he learns inspires him to make a drastic decision – one that turns his life upside-down for ever. Through the story, Jack, who is not a Christian, learns about prayer, but initially views it as a kind of magic, leading him to learn about Lewis’ comment that God is not a ‘great magician’. Jack also learns the truth behind Lewis’s description of Aslan being good, not safe. Follow Jack in his quest to discover the story of C S Lewis, the man behind the magical world of Narnia. A truly gripping tale, steeped in truth about human nature and prayer. A thrilling mix of fiction and biography for 8 to 11s.