5. The Silver Chair

The Silver Chair (Audio Drama). 2005, Producer: Dave Arnold            C.S. Lewis is the sort of author not to focus on fantastic adventures in far away lands, as is the worlds of J.R.R. Tolkien’s books, but to go above and beyond the norm. Sure, he sets his Chronicles of Narnia series…

4. The Hobbit

The Hobbit (There and Back Again) (Novel). 1937, Author: J. R. R. Tolkien.           This novel sets the stage for the equally thrilling trilogy The Lord of the Rings. The Hobbit tells the tale of one fortunate hobbit, who reunites with his old wizard friend, Gandalf. Gandalf convinces quiet, mild-mannered Bilbo…

3. The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King

Return of the King (Film). 2003, Dir: Peter Jackson.           Return of the King is the third and final movie in Jackson’s trilogy of The Lord of the Rings. This film encompasses all the critical story elements that make one memorable. From plotline to dramatic battle scenes, to slow, insightful conversation,…

2. The Bones of Makaidos

The Bones of Makaidos (Novel). 2009, Author: Bryan Davis.           This book is the thrilling conclusion to Bryan Davis’ Eye of the Oracle series. It combines the fantastical world of dragons, knights and wizards, with the modern world, while also bringing in Biblical references and characters, such as Enoch and Noah….

1. Inception

Inception (Film). 2010, Dir: Christopher Nolan.           All throughout Inception, the main character, named Dom Cobb, daydreams back to the days when he enjoys time with his wife and kids. However, his wife, Mal, doesn’t leave Cobb a warm, fuzzy feeling. His now deceased wife haunts his mind, his memories, and…