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  • Riveting!

    This book truly is a masterpiece that kept me glued till the end.

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  • The Great Divorce

    A thought provoking and heart moving allergory of heaven and hell. C.S. LEWIS, I suspect has experienced a supernatural event for this God given treasure.

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  • Sweet afterlife

    Hand it to Lewis to create a captivating story about his version of heaven and hell. It's a must read for all, not to know what heaven is like but the very things that keep us from it.

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  • An rebuttal to Blake’s Poem

    Lewis at his very best. The book is mystical, cryptic and operates on so many levels. (He even has a pop at Swedenborg) Lewis makes it perfectly clear that this tale of a bus journey into what we must assume is possibly ‘the after life’ is not meant to be read as some kind of travel-log or review of his latest Vacation. He’s not so much giving answers as exploring eternal questions. The book is deeply moving and oddly graphic in its imagery. It states that only true goodness comes from God himself and it warns us not to be deceived by phantoms that claim to have found the route to eternal life. The book deals with our responses to human suffering and refutes Blake’s idea that somehow good can even come from bad or bad from good.

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