'Becoming Mrs. Lewis' explores the turbulent life of the woman C. S. Lewis called 'my whole world'

'Becoming Mrs. Lewis' explores the turbulent life of the woman C. S. Lewis called 'my whole world'

In “Becoming Mrs. Lewis,” bestselling author Patti Callahan Henry explores the turbulent life of Joy Davidman, wife of renowned writer C.S. Lewis.Although not as well-known as her husband, “Helen Joy Davidman Gresham Lewis was a fiery, genius American award-winning poet and novelist,” Callahan Henry said. “She was also a former Jew, ex-atheist and ex-communist. She was a married woman with two children when she wrote a letter to C. S. Lewis in late 1949. And the story unfolds from there as Joy sets out on a 10-year transformational journey that not only changed her life but also the life and w...

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