Regarded as one of the best authorities on the fiction of C.S. Lewis, Thomas Howard presents in this work brilliant new insights into Lewis' fiction and helps us to see things we may not have seen nor appreciated before. Focusing on Narnia, the space trilogy and Til We Have Faces, Howard explores with remarkable clarity the moral vision in the imaginary world of the master storyteller Lewis.
"AT LAST! A book about C.S. Lewis that doesn't sound like a term paper, a book that is a joy to read, a book written with Lewis's own passionate power with words. Mercurial magic. A feast for the spirit. Without question the best book yet written about the works of C.S. Lewis."Peter Kreeft, Author, C.S. Lewis for the Third Millennium
"A SPLENDID BOOK, one of the very best critical works on Lewis's fiction."George Sayer Author, Jack: The Life of C.S. Lewis
"Tom Howard reads Lewis carefully and brings to his reading a special excitement that is uniquely his own. His treatment of That Hideous Strength is the best I have read."Paul FordAuthor, Companion to Narnia
Thomas Howard was a Professor of English and Literature for over 30 years. He is the the author of numerous popular books including Chance or the Dance, On Being Catholic, Lead Kindly Light and Evangelical is Not Enough.
Thomas Howard was a Professor of English and Literature for over 30 years. He is the author of numerous popular books includingChance or the Dance, Dove Descending: T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets, On Being Catholic, Lead Kindly Light and Evangelical is Not Enough.