True Blood’s Alternate Literary Source (via @TrueBloodMame)
Narnia is a very good name for the things that we see in the enchanted forest between Eric and Sookie and I’ll explain why when we get there. But we need to take a look at what Narnia is first.
Narnia is a series of books – 7 in total – by C.S. Lewis and tell the tale of a magical kingdom called Narnia. I will talk about the first and the second book in reference to TB and I’ll start with the first, “The Magician’s Nephew”. This is the story of the creation of the land of Narnia, but it starts in England with a boy called Dickon. Dickon and his sick mother stay with uncle Andrew and his sister in London. The uncle is experimenting with magic and he tricks Dickon and his friend Polly into travelling to an unknown place with the help of rings. The rings are made from dust from Atlantis that Andrew has gotten from his fairy godmother, Mrs. Lefay. The children come out of a pond into a place in the woods and they discover several other ponds/pools around the place and decide to explore before they go back home so they mark the right pond and try out another.