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Author: Richard Platt, Walter Hooper Narrator: Richard Poe Publisher: Recorded Books, Inc. Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: July 2012 ISBN: 9781470322663
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Featuring a preface by C. S. Lewis biographer and editor Walter Hooper, Richard Pratt's As One Devil to Another takes up where the legendary Narnia author's Screwtape Letters left off. In this gripping work, senior devil Slashreap corresponds with his protege Scardagger. As Satan's underlings exchange dark musings, light is shed on human failings, the nature of evil, and God's divine intent. Download and start listening now!

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Quotes & Awards

  • “It reads as if C. S. Lewis himself had written it.”

    Walter Hooper, biographer and editor of C. S. Lewis

  • “Armed with thorough knowledge of Lewis’ work and a deft, creative touch, Richard Platt uses keenly edged satire to slice through the sham in our human failings and posturing, and the form those take in modern culture. In the winsome tradition of The Screwtape Letters, this immensely entertaining and deeply instructive book uses irony to cast a positive vision of the truth about human destiny and potential.”

    Dr. Wayne Martindale, author of Beyond the Shadowlands and coeditor of The Quotable Lewis and The Soul of C. S. Lewis

  • “Working within the tradition that the master perfected, Richard Platt brings a signature all his own to the genre of diabolical correspondence: social satire and psychological incisiveness that are timely, timeless, and telling.”

    James Como, founding member of the New York C. S. Lewis Society and author of Why I Believe in Narnia: 33 Reviews & Essays on the Life & Work of C. S. Lewis

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  • 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 'nAlan | 6/1/2021

    " Well, Platt and Hooper together do not come near to Clive Sinclair Lewis. They do not have the depth of thought nor the love for their fellow man nor the wit that is exhibited by Lewis's Screwtape account. While one who reads Lewis's Screwtape Letters, give positive feelings to the humans discussed while examining the ways that demons may attempt to prey on whatever weakness there may be, but the reader of One Devil to Another gets the feeling that the authors are quite judgemental about people and how incorrigible we may be and that the devils involved are merely opportunistic in their temptations. "

  • 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Becky | 5/8/2013

    " If you love C.S. Lewis' Screwtape Letters you'll love this. It continues where Lewis left off basically, wonderful read! "

About the Author

Richard Poe, a professional actor for more than thirty years, has appeared in numerous Broadway shows, including 1776 and M. Butterfly. On television he has had recurring roles on Star Trek and Frasier. His films include Born on the Fourth of July and Presumed Innocent. Poe is a well-known and prolific audiobook performer and the winner of numerous AudioFile Earphones Awards.

About the Narrator

Richard Poe, a professional actor for more than thirty years, has appeared in numerous Broadway shows, including 1776 and M. Butterfly. On television he has had recurring roles on Star Trek and Frasier. His films include Born on the Fourth of July and Presumed Innocent. Poe is a well-known and prolific audiobook performer and the winner of numerous AudioFile Earphones Awards.