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Memoirs of a career in hell in the tradition of The Screwtape Letters
by Derek Wilson
If you like the Screwtape Letters you are very likely to enjoy this book. In some ways it is an updating of the Screwtape Letters, that is to say that the original material, tone and intent remain in this book and therefore do make it fun to read. The book picks up in effect at the time when Screwtape left off to a degree - indeed if anything this book is a lovely little "church history" book told from the other side, a guide through the intervening years up to the modern day of the changing movements within the Christian faith in those years - their successes and their failures! It's an intriguing and enjoyable take on the modern church that, just as the original did, is likely to sting a little bit at times. Overall an enjoyable read and a nice gentle homage to C S Lewis.
Reviewer: Melanie Carroll (06/08/13)