"This eloquent, sorrowful, marvelously translated novel is a meditation on the ravages of war, the persistence of violence on the human soul and incredible bravery."-The Washington Post
This book is for the hard-core Lewis fan, or the English Major or aspiring writer.
Having grown up on Lewis' stories, it was wonderful to read his thoughts (and the pictures that sparked those thoughts) behind them.
This book is an insight into the mind of a great writer of fiction (and non-fiction) and his understanding of stories.
It's CS Lewis... My library is full of Lewis books... I've never read a bad one. These are nuggets of gold in setting of silver.Published 20 days ago by Tony Foglio
A collection of essays, some incomplete, and other materials by C. S. Lewis, mostly relating to fantastic literature, all related to literature, including a recorded conversation... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
If you love Lewis from his bold, clear points to his charming good nature you'll enjoy this book. Especially the last part is a treat.Published 2 months ago by Tracy
This collection of essays is not for everyone, but if you are looking to understand story better, I would highly recommend you read it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jason Custer
C.S. Lewis's On Stories is one of the most insightful little books I've ever read on literature. His "Fairy Stories" is worth the price of the book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Joshua D. Yoder
Unlike other Walter Hopper edited anthologies of C. S. Lewis works, "On Stories" is a coherent whole. C. S. Read morePublished on February 17, 2008 by R. Andrea
These essay collection books are a mixed bag. On Stories is a wonderful and stimulating collection for all interested in the nature of human stories, especially as they are told as... Read morePublished on January 26, 2008 by Nicola Gibson