A number of years ago, not long after I became Catholic, I discovered The Screwtape Letters, by C.S. Lewis. I was enthralled with it, and did something I rarely do: I reread it within months of my initial reading. The first reading was via audio, which only added to my enjoyment and appreciation for Lewis’ work. Diving through it in print, I found myself dog-earing it and marking it…and then promptly lending it to someone who has yet to return it to me.
Since then, I’ve been intrigued to find other books written in the same style as Screwtape. Among my favorites of these was Fr. Dwight Longenecker’s Gargoyle Code, which I read in 2010, not long after a family tragedy rocked my world. It...READ MORE