From the Back Cover
From the beloved writer of classic novels like The Screwtape Letters and Till We Have Faces comes a collection of C. S. Lewis’s short fiction published after his death.
This anthology of futuristic fiction reveals another side of Lewis’s creative work on reality and spirituality, from a science fiction story about Cambridge intellectuals witnessing the breach of space-time to a short story about a blind man chasing the idea of light. Though many of the pieces are unfinished, they provide great wisdom about the nature of reality. As The Times Literary Supplement noted upon The Dark Tower’s publication, “finished, it might have been his best.”