The Screwtape Letters

The Screwtape Letters
by C. S. Lewis, 1942, HarperOne

by C. S. Lewis

With Christian literature brimming with good motivational books from the Joel Osteens and Joyce Meyers of the world, one can easily overlook the great classics of the genre. In The Screwtape Letters, C.S. Lewis (yes, the guy that wrote the Chronicles of Narnia), writes as a senior demon corresponding to his junior demon nephew on how to entrap a person here on earth and cause him to lose his faith. Although this unique book, written completely in letter form, was written around World War II, the material still remains fresh today. The Screwtape Letters is sure to both entertain and inform and will leave you with better insight on God, but someone also very important - Satan. Five Stars.

- Garrett Johnson