Studying together at Oxford, the author and his partner met C.S. Lewis, who helped them make the momentous step into faith. Lewis later helped the author over his partner's death, showing how it could be seen not as tragedy, but as "a severe mercy".
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One of the most remarkable books I've ever read. It belongs in the genre of St Augustine's Confessions. ( Dom Julian OSB)
Very, very good ... I don't think I could ever forget it. ( The Rev. Walter Hooper)
A story of love, loss, and friendship with C. S. Lewis
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