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Obviously, the book wasn't written with former Monty Python John Cleese in mind, but it's hard to imagine a better Screwtape. Cleese's voice provides the perfect vehicle for Lewis's dry, razor-edged wit. His uncanny comic timing and ability to milk each phrase for maximum effect betray an infectious enthusiasm for the story. It's clear that he's having a great time reading, and it's impossible not to laugh along with him. This inspired pairing of two of the 20th century's greatest wits makes for a meditation on the dark side of spiritual guidance that's as relevant and funny today as it was in Lewis's war-torn England. (Running time: 4 hours, 3 cassettes) --Andrew Neiland --This text refers to the Audio Cassette edition.
C. S. Lewis was an amazing and phenomenal writer. This book speaks from letters written from a head demon to his up-and-coming nephew. It will shock, surprise and inform you. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Christine Hanson
I had read this book years ago and felt I wanted to read it again. Fantastic subject matter.Published 2 days ago by Kim L. Serrano
Nice soft cover edition. Feels good in the hands. Great story, of course.Published 7 days ago by M. Heiss
Our Bible study group is doing this book now......what a great concept that C S Lewis has going on in this book. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Frances J. James
Very insightful and thought provoking. An excellent book well worth the time for reading and reflection.Published 8 days ago by Robert M Kissler