If You Want to Live in C.S. Lewis' Universes
The Chronicles of Narnia

The Chronicles of Narnia

In this classic series, four British children discover that a wardrobe in a British home opens into a magical world called Narnia, where animals talk, magic is real, and the evil White Witch duels the fierce lion Aslan. Lewis took his inspiration from British and Irish fairy tales, traditional Christian themes, and Greek and Roman mythology. This series has been captivating readers both old and young for over sixty years. More info →
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Out of the Silent Planet

Out of the Silent Planet

Readers who couldn't get enough C. S. Lewis as a kid are often urged to move on to his Space Trilogy as they get older. Once again, he sets his fantasies against the backdrop of classical mythology and biblical imagery; his characters encounter extraordinary creatures, fight epic battles, and come face to face with deep wisdom. This first book in the series tells the story of Dr. Ransom, a Cambridge professor who discovers after he's abducted that he's been taken from the "silent planet" of Earth. J. R. R. Tolkien inspired Lewis to write this story, and the character of Dr. Ransom is largely based on him. More info →
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Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold

Till We Have Faces: A Myth Retold

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In this novel, often cited as C. S. Lewis's greatest work, he retells the myth of Cupid and Psyche. Lewis said he was haunted by the story all his life, because he was struck by how illogical some of the main characters' actions were. By recasting the myth as the tale of two mortal princesses caught in a love triangle, he explores devotion and loss, dedication and betrayal, and the different ways we can love. This was Lewis's last novel, and he considered it his most mature work. More info →
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