The second book in the Narnia series translated to Irish by Antain MacLochlainn and published by An Gúm. Brí is a talking horse and Seasta is a poor servant. They decide to leave Calairméin and to leave the life of slaves behind them. Soon after the beginning of their journey they meet two others who are leaving, the noble girl Aravios and her companion, another talking horse called Bhuin. These four will help Narnia when needed and Seasta will learn that there is no escaping destiny. This is the second book in the classic Narnia Chronicles and is translated to Irish by Antain MacLochlainn.