Lewis is a Genius but His Play at the End of the Book Kept Me from Rating it Higher
Sep 10, 2009
I found this book to be a lot more calm than Lewis' last book which at times I could almost hear him going through his hilarious rants. This book doesn't seem to have those rants and at times seems to be actually philosophic. I like Lewis' description of how he is always a Jewish person underneath regardless of what his religious beliefs become. Lewis also has a lot of interesting takes on other religions and a few chapters on people he doesn't like (ex. the current president) talking to G-d. The one thing I could have done without and the reason I didn't give the book a full five stars is the play that he includes in the back of the book. It was like he said "I have this thing lying around and I'll just throw it into the end of this book."
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