CS Lewis

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If you liked the Narnia books, you might also like to try the following books by CS Lewis, or about him. Click on the book covers or the orange links to order your own copy of each book.

Fiction by CS Lewis

 

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The Screwtape Letters
Letters to an apprentice devil from his uncle, with advice on the successful tempting of his human “patient”.

The Great Divorce
A soul travels to Heaven on a bus and meets angels and other souls. An inspiring exploration of this world and the next.

Out of the Silent Planet
The first of Lewis’s science-fiction trilogy, about the first person to travel to another planet.

Non-fiction by CS Lewis

 

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Mere Christianity
A clear and compelling introduction to “mere” Christianity, not any particular version of it.

Surprised by Joy
An autobiography, up to his Christian conversion at the age of 32.

A Grief Observed
CS Lewis wrote this honest and compelling diary of bereavement after the death of his wife.

The Four Loves
An exploration into the nature of love in four forms: affection, friendship, eros and charity.

Books about CS Lewis

 

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CS Lewis: A Biography by AN Wilson
The most popular and most controversial biography.

The Inklings
CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien, Charles Williams and their friends, by Humphrey Carpenter – a biography including Lewis’s closest and most influential friends.

A Field Guide to Narnia by Colin Duriez
All you ever wanted to know about Narnia and more.

Other Christian fantasy

 

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Lord of the Rings by JRR Tolkien
Tolkien was a close friend and major influence on Lewis.

Shadowmancer by GP Taylor
Obadiah Demurral is an 18th century vicar with a secret. He is a sorcerer who aims to become God.

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Our famous follower in these pages is CS Lewis, known as ‘the apostle to the sceptics’ in 20th century Britain, but his books, including Narnia, are read around the world. He is the author of scholarly books, science fiction, popular theology and his children’s classics, the Chronicles of Narnia. All of them shot through with his imaginative and powerful retelling of the Christian story.

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