So for me, The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe is a great story. Edmund is beastly, Aslan is noble, and more than anything, I still long to meet animals who speak. But I've never had a wardrobe in any of my homes so I suspect my chances are slim.
Re-reading the book, I'm impressed by its pacing, simplicity, and fun. How could I have forgotten Mrs. Beaver?
That is why Melia, the main character in Daughter of Light series, doesn't place her faith in things written. She possesses a point of view that by naming we might also be limiting.
That numinous thing on the planet.
And it would never serve to make it less than it is.