The A – Z of C. S. Lewis – An Encyclopedia of His Life, Thought and Writings
By Colin Duriez
Lion Books, Jordon Hill Rd, Oxford, England
978-0745955865, $ 24.95, 2013, 352 pages
Reviewed by Richard R. Blake
A Remarkable Guidebook to the Life and Writings of C. S. Lewis
“The A – Z of C. S. Lewis” is already acclaimed as the definitive guide on C. S. Lewis and with extensive details and insights into his life, with a comprehensive, all inclusive look into his writings. This is much more than a catalog listing of his books.
The book is designed to encourage readers to explore the scope of his writing and to provide interesting little known information and details from his life, his years at Oxford, his relationship with his peers, his friends, and his family.
“The A – Z of C. S. Lewis – An Encyclopedia of His Life, Thought and Writings” is an important addition to the library of every Lewis reader. Highly recommended.
A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.