C.S. Lewis ends his celebrated space trilogy with a story of satanic will, and an exploration of the lengths to which love and duty can be stretched.
"Well-written, fast-paced satirical fantasy." (Time)...Continua
This ought to have been by far the best of the trilogy but, sad to say, I found the ending a real anticlimax. The story is suburb. The characters are real to life. But the ending is miserable in the extreme. A great shame.