Just diverting from the hubba hubba viewing of Prince Caspian to the reading of the book.
And this is why I don't write historicals. I could never get the language down pat.
How did you find the general 'readingness' of the book? - and yes, I did make that word up. I realise that 50 odd years have passed since it was written, but I was still surprised at how often my reading of it staggered because of terms/words used. You know, like when everyone is having a gay time.
When I think about it I get a giggle imagining what CS Lewis would think if today's definitions were applied to some of his text.
So, in case you missed it, I thought I would share the one that stood out the most for me:
Lucy heard Edmund say, "No, let me do it. It will be more of a sucks for him if I win, and less of a let down for us all if I fail."
How did everyone else find the language?
Oh, Prince Caspian just included for your viewing pleasure... at least he's till on topic, lol.