This is a book on the works of C.S. Lewis and how it relates to imagination. I was not a fan of this book at all, if you are an avid reader and follower of C.S. Lewis you will find this interesting. This was not a book that I was able to read from cover to cover. It was not my type of reading at all, I skimmed through chapters and read some that did interest me, though it was not many. To be honest, I was not able to read and comprehend this well enough to give a true review. It would not be fair to the authors for me to give a review on the whole book, as it was not able to keep my attention and I did not read the whole thing. It was not the authors fault either that I did not have interest, it is not my type of book.
I would recommend this to any C.S. Lewis fans and anyone that is doing a research paper on C.S. Lewis and his writings.
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