The Screwtape Letters - C.S. Lewis

C.S. Lewis said he felt nearly smothered by this book as he was writing it and that it might smother the reader as well.  I felt bogged down and smothered reading it.  It is a heavy dose of theology, well-written, and well-told.  But in keeping my review simple, I admit that I felt "creeped out" during many chapters, and victorious for the patient/humankind in others.  I am glad to be finished with it, and I am slightly changed by it. Conscience on both shoulders.  Good and evil.  Listen, learn, and never give up the fight.