Bramlett provides a glimpse at the life of one of this century's most famous Christians. He uncovers the true C. S. Lewis-through Lewis' writings, his associates, and closest confidants. He traces the major events of Lewis' life, charting his younger days as an atheist to his conversion to Christianity, his meetings with "The Inklings," and his short-lived marriage. This is far more than a book packed with information about the life and thought of C. S. Lewis. In addition to having fresh insights into Lewis, it provides nourishment for the reader's spiritual, intellectual, and moral growth. Readers will discover what Bramlett learns through his journeys: Lewis was much more than an author and theologian-he was a legend.