It’s So Personal I Felt I Should Not Have Been Reading It

 After reading “A GRIEF OBSERVED” by CS Lewis, I put the book down and felt that I was reading a man’s private journal that was not meant for me. In the introduction, Lewis says it was his private thoughts and he never meant for these thoughts to become a book, but later he acquiesced and let it go to print.  What you are reading is  probably the “rawest” Lewis you could ever read.  It’s not really a book but his journal after his wife’s death, Joy Davidman.


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