Over the course of 29 years, author George Sayer's first impressions about C.S. Lewis proved true. He was interesting, but he was more than just that. He was a devout Christian, a gifed literary scholar, best-selling author, and brilliant apologist. Sayer draws from a variety of sources, including his close friendship with Lewis and the million-world diary of Lewis' brother, to paint a portrait of the man whose friends knew as Jack. Sayer offers glimpses into Lewis' extraordinary relationships and experiences, including his life at the Kilns, marriage to Joy Davidman Gresham and the creative processes of this world-renouned writer.
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