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Light in the Shadowlands: Protecting the Real C. S. Lewis
Light in the Shadowlands: Protecting the Real C. S. Lewis

Rumors began to circulate 25 years ago that all was not well in the literary world of C. S. Lewis. Lewis's brother vehemently denied false claims made by those who control the C. S. Lewis literary estate, but bogus Lewis literature began to appear in print anyway. Since Lewis's books still sell in the millions, powerful forces have been exerted to keep this controversy from surfacing. Author Lindskoog has spent 20 years unearthing old evidence and compiling new data that Martin E. Marty calls "compelling," adding that he hopes Lindskoog "will be heeded." Instead, within weeks of being released, her book's original publishers yielded to pressure and silently dropped it from their active list.

Willard Dickerson, Jr., director of education and professional development for the American Booksellers Association has stated, "I am surprised that so many who love the writings of C.S. Lewis have chosen to remain deliberately silent or to suppress the evidence they have that his writings have indeed been tampered with. I can vouch for Kathryn Lindskoog's scholarship, integrity and clear thinking. Her facts ring with truth." An array of famous authors, including Arthur C. Clark and Ursula K. LeGuin have joined the chorus of those who recommend her "fascinating," "astonishing" and "exciting" book. Therefore we have determined to re-release this extraordinary piece of literary scholarship.

"This is a fascinating examination of the controversy surrounding C. S. Lewis' works that reads like a literary mystery story. This critical work presents genuine evidence to resolve once and for all the questions regarding the industry surrounding this well-loved author's name and examines the authenticity of minor works attributed to C. S. Lewis published after his death. It presents well-researched evidence that many of these works were not written by Lewis. Provided also are insights into the character and writing style of one of the greatest authors of our time and a fascinating read for any C. S. Lewis enthusiast," says the Midwest Book Review.

Kathryn Lindskoog studied the work of C. S. Lewis for two years at the U. of Redlands, an independent honors project that earned her a degree in English, magna cum laude, in 1956. During that time she was able to meet Lewis in person. She has written extensively on Lewis' writings, including C. S. Lewis: Mere Christian.

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