I got on to Chesterton after seeing his name on various quotes in Neil Gaiman's work, and I was not let down by this story. It is a great weave, and though the final twist could disapoint some I found it put a smile on my face. (but I won't spoil it for you)
I have never wanted to stop listening to anything more in my life. The ego of Lewis is totally out of control as he dissertates in a thinly veiled story what he feels is right and wrong. I made myself finish the listen since I thought subjecting myself to strong opposing opinions would in some masochistic way be good for me. Torture!
I guess it should come as no surprise that Tolstoy is awesome? Both these stories are amazing and moving and human and wow. First thing I've even read/listened of Tolstoy, I think I need to check out some more.
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