I definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Lewis' science fiction trilogy.
Few will understand its layered meanings and significances but even if some escape you the journey is a marvel.
His novels may be dismissed as dense and obscure, but they are among the most gripping books I've ever read.
Nothing is similar to the 7 novels of Charles Williams ...lesser known member of the Inklings ...with JRR TOLKIEN, DOROTHY SAYERS, CS LEWIS...Published 23 days ago by Kindle Customer
Charles Williams, the third leg of the Inklings triad, has given a tale of the Grail set in modern (1920s) time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gil Gilliam
Oftentimes the mundane and material are perceived as swimming in a closed system, performing and progressing along well defined tracks to a clearly predictable destination; unless... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Philliber
Some novels are above your pay grade, War in Heaven skirts that boundary for me. I am not much into poetry. But the humour and bumpy tale makes you chuckle at many points. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
A wild ride a book combining evil occult metaphysical themes.This book will keep you racing through the pages don't start it late at night you will never get to sleep,Published 2 months ago by R. lomazow
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 10 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 14 months ago by Alexander Gaya