Thoughout his life, C.S. Lewis - 'Jack' to his friends - spent a good portion of each day writing letters to people for whom he became a spiritual mentor - literally thousands of them. Contained within this vast body of correspondence is wisdom and personal insight as powerful as anything else he ever wrote or had published.
Jack's famous letters, published in their entirety in a collection consisting of three impressive volumes, reveal much about his private life, reflections, friendships and feelings, as well as all of Lewis's interests: theology, literature, poetry, fantasy, and unknown details about his world-famous Narnia stories and other books. Amongst Jack's correspondents were J.R.R. Tolkien, Dorothy L. Sayers, Owen Barfield, Arthur C. Clarke, Sheldon Vanauken and Dom Bede Griffiths.
Now, this distillation of 365 inspirational readings extracted from the letters offers an easy-to-digest look at this great author's lifetime of correspondence and drives straight to the heart of this insightful and inspirational thinker.