What a wonderful book. From the first chapter to the last it is a very quick read. I admit that this is the first 700+ page book that I had read. Sure I read a lot of books for school, but I enjoyed skimming most of them. This book I was enticed to enjoy reading it from the moment I opened it.
I admit that I am a little confused by his ending though. C.S. Lewis was quite the deep thinker, but (spoiler alert) how would Aslan allow the other guy in who did not follow him? Apart from Acts 10 (God seeks everyone) and Proverbs (seek God and you will find him), Jesus is the only one who will grant entrance to the Father now. He did not write Universalism, but it borders on "all roads 'can' lead to God".