Not really my cup of tea but extremely well written.
As long as we have an image in our head of the "devil" having horns, a red cape and a pitchfork, we will not be able to recognize his true attacks. He often appears to us as a voice of reason, of intellect, and of misguided justice.
This is a wonderful book.
This book describes, through letters between a devilish uncle and his clever nephew, the natural course of human nature and its relationship with God.
It's full of laughs (who can get over the idea of a Devil named Screwtape? And titles like His Most Lowness?)
The faithful, as well, will recognize the hard-fought truths behind the words of this great master.
It's Lewis at his best.
A senior demon teaches a junior colleague how to tempt Christians, biting and very funny.
Probably my all time favorite, Lewis uses wry humor to get his point across - most excellent!!!