John Lawler, “C.S. Lewis: Memories and Reflections” (with a foreword by Walter Hooper)

As the title indicates, the book is divided between the author’s personal memories of Lewis (his teacher) and his own reflections on Lewis’s writing (more his fiction and academic writing than his apologetics). ┬áHe is a Lewis fan, but the trouble with the “reflections” (the “memories” are fine) is that they assume a just-read familiarity with each work as it is being commented on.