The Dark Island RevisitedReturn to Dark IslandThe Dark Island Revisited by RandomKooldude
When Caspian came home to his throne in Cair Paravel after his voyage in the Dawn Treader and told all the marvelous adventures (which you can read in another book) of the fates of the lords, the mysterious islands, and, of course, of meeting the high king and queen of old Narnia, which were two children named Edmund and Lucy, it started a massive sea and sailing exploration.
Many brave souls left Narnia for adventures past the Lone Islands to explore the entire islands Caspian only landed on. When you're looking for something, you hardly stop and enjoy what you have found in the process of looking, no matter how lovely it may be. This was how Caspian looked for the lords until he reached the end of the world. Apart from the small bits of shore and inland he had discovered, no one had any idea of what the rest of the islands held.
Everyone who left, no matter where they headed, always avoided the Dark Island; the island where dreams come true, the kind that make y