Tag Archives: C. S. Lewis


I’m going to be doing a thing called a “Book Hook” next week, and I need a book. I was […]

Prince Caspian
C. S. Lewis

In Prince Caspian, Peter et al. return to Narnia after a year’s absence to cause more mischief. They’ve been called by Prince Caspian, who’s fleeing for his life. His uncle, who, unbeknownst to him, killed his father to ascend the throne, has just had a son, so he no longer has a need for a nephew, and so he decides to kill him…

That Hideous Strength
C. S. Lewis

I like to think of That Hideous Strength as two books: the first part, which is awesome, and the very end, which is highly questionable. The good definitely outweighs the bad, though, so worry not…

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
C. S. Lewis

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is the first installment of C. S. Lewis’s Christian fantasy series for children The Chronicles of Narnia, a truly fantastic series that outstrips the Christian series by Tolkien which I’ve never read…

C. S. Lewis

I liked reading this thing, and I’m recording that fact here. I won’t read it again, but I’ll remember it fondly. If you like books about things, give this one a try, and maybe one day you too will remember it fondly, and never have to read it again…

Out of the Silent Planet
C. S. Lewis

If you read this book during the summer, you won’t need an air conditioner. Why? Because the book will cover you with a layer of frost so imperceptible you’ll be embarrassed to admit to others that it’s there. But it will be, mark my words…!