I'm just glad that I didn't say it out loud.
So, yeah. I really like Narnia. It sort of bothers me when people read them out of order, even if The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe was technically written first, it's still the second book in the series, so people should read The Magician's Nephew first, and move on from there.
Now, normally right now's the point where I would give you guys a short summary... but then I would give away the ending to some of the books. So I'll tell you about the first two, and that way this blog will still be spoiler free!
I know that it sounds incredibly childish, but it's not. Trust me. If you have never read it you need to. And if you have read it... read it again. The only books out of them all that I do not love are The Horse and His Boy, and The Silver Chair. The first one is because it sort of drags on, and I don't see it as necessary, and the second because I don't like being underground, and almost the entire book takes place underground. Which is a silly reason to not like a book, but I still don't read it when I read the series through (Usually. Sometimes I'll read it for the sake of reading the entire series). I do, however, always read The Horse and His Boy. I always get a little bit upset when I read The Last Battle, because it means that it is the end of Narnia, no more adventures, and there are no more new stories coming. But hey, I can always read them again, right?