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Through the Shadowlands. The Story of his Life with Joy Davidman.
by Lewis, C.S.

Publisher Information:
Fleming H. Revell Company, Old Tappan: 1985.

A Fine copy in a Very Good plus unclipped dust jacket with a short closed edge tear to the top edge of the front panel and light fading to the fore edge of the jacket. At first glance, they were an unlikely couple: C. S. Lewis, a distinguished author and Oxford scholar, and Joy Davidman, a Jewish-American divorcée, converted Christian, mother of two, and former Communist Party member. But together they walked through life's challenges, persevering despite having their faith tested in the face of suffering and death. This amazing true story reveals the many events that occurred in the lives of two astounding Christians to bring them together and spark their love for each other. Readers will experience both their tender moments and the darkest hours where faith was tested and shaken to its very foundations. More than a biography and more than a love story, this is a moving tribute to a couple whose faith, hope, and love grew through adversity.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26525

Price: $65.00

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