The Great Divorce is short and easy to read with use of allegory that is not too deep. CS Lewis explores unregenerate sin and its consequences in both this life and eternity. For the reflective follower of Jesus, this book will convict one of his own remaining sin. It should also raise concern if not mourning for friends and family that have hardened hearts.
This book was simply amazing. It was relatively short and super easy to read. It is one of those books that makes you think about life and yourself: "Am I doing the right thing?", "Is the way I've been living really what life is all about?" I recommend this book to everyone!
The Great Divorce is an allegorical Â journey by bus from the Grey Town (Hell) to Heaven. From there is an extraordinary story of good versus evil, Heaven and Hell, and the inhabitants of each.Â
The Great Divorce is an extremely helpful and thought provoking book and very hard to put down once you start. I finished it in a day! Lewis's descriptions of the concepts of Heaven and Hell are as always, very helpful and clear. I highly recommend this book to everyone, no matter what your religious viewpoints are. Everyone is going either to Heaven or Hell, and The Great Divorce helps us see quite clearly how our present acts and choices are daily leading us towards one or the other.Â