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Glad to see this on Amazon/Kindle! Everyone who has ever loved Chesterton simply must read it. Over and over again.Published 13 months ago by Warren P.
This is a book I will read again and again. It is full of timeless wisdom, humor and was once called common sense.Published 13 months ago by Paul Van Caeseele
He has a great sense of humour to impart the truth in a way I would never have thought of. I highly recommend it.Published 18 months ago by Blanche Crowder
I deeply respect the man's integrity and as a thinker. I hate to admit this but I think he's overrated as a writer. Read morePublished on March 1 2013 by Dmitri Martini
If you are looking to read one of the most gifted writers of the last century, then this is the place to start. I love G.K. Chesterton and this is, perhaps, his best work. Read morePublished on July 15 2012 by Brent Wiley
Chesterton was a gleefully confessed madman and a genius with language, but he's also very "Johnsonian" in his own way--and by that I mean that much like dear Dr. Read morePublished on July 13 2004 by Cherie Priest
A Catholic friend recommended "Orthodoxy" by way of trying to justify faith. While it is a very elegant and wittily written book, I can't say it meets that mark. Read morePublished on April 10 2004 by Jerry Brito
I myself recently returned to the Catholic church, and I really wanted to like Chesterton's book. And I did *enjoy* it. His style is entertaining, and as a long-time C. S. Read morePublished on Feb. 17 2003 by Evelyn Uyemura
After reading the first paragraph, I thought, "I wish I had written this book."
Chesterton has the gift of thought and the gift of expression, a rare commodity in the age of... Read more