The fourth book is the series once again brings us into his timeless world of magical creatures, miraculous events, and noble battles against evil. And so the Drarf Trumpkin tells the children of how young Caspian escaped his uncle Miraz, false King of Narnia, and found his true calling leading of Old Narnians in the fight for their freedom. Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are suddenly pulled into Narnia from their own land of England by a distress call from Prince Caspian. It has been hundreds of years since the time described in The Lion and the Wardrobe, when the children reigned over the land as benevolent Kings and Queens. Now most of the Talking Beasts and enchanted creatures who once lived there in peace have been killed or frightened into hiding. Only Caspian and the rulers of Old Narnia, with the help of the great Aslan, can liberate Narnia and make it safe for its rightful inhabitants.