A Grief Observed
Writing with love, humility, and faith, the celebrated author C.S. Lewis submits an intensely personal account of the meaning of his wife's death. He wrote "A Grief Observed" as "a defense against total collapse, a safety valve," and came to recognize that "bereavement is a universal and integral part of our experience of love."
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This is the most heart-wrenchingly honest book that I've ever read about grief and loss, but yet at the same time, it is the most triumphant and hope-filled book I've ever read about grief and loss. I ... Read full review
This book is right where I am. I felt and still feel the same thoughts and feelings as CS did in his experience with Joy. Great book and "a must read" for those dealing with Grief. Read full review