I definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Lewis' science fiction trilogy.
The thrillers point out what happens when things of great spiritual power, whether they be for good or for evil, come in contact with the average person.
His novels may be dismissed as dense and obscure, but they are among the most gripping books I've ever read.
let your the EYES OF YOUR BRAIN go through this to see what you can see, hear what you can hear , or feel that which you can feel!Published 2 months ago by johnny D
"The telephone bell was ringing wildly, but without result, since there was no-one in the room but the corpse. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Alexander Gaya
Charles Williams (1886-1946) was one of the Oxford Inklings and was, along with his friends J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, one of the premier English fantasists of his day. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Paul Camp
I believe the adage is, "Don't go breakin' my heart; I couldn't if I tried." War in Heaven could destroy the heart of any thinking man. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Melodramatic
This was my first experience reading Charles Williams - Amazon recommended it to me because I enjoyed CS Lewis's "That Hideous Strength". And indeed I enjoyed this as well. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Robert
Charles Williams, a friend of CS Lewis and JRR Tolkien is a fantasist of the first order but his fantasies evolve in a world dominated by Christian myths. Read morePublished 17 months ago by J. Foley
When I talked a friend into reading a novel that is nearly impossible to find, I assured him that I would lend him my copy - only to discover that, like most of my favorites, it... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kathryn White
Williams masterfully weaves the reader through history, classic vs. evil, and absurd mystical perversion simultaneously. All this while your asking for more.Published 21 months ago by Ed Lewis