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Lewis Books for Sale

Brought to You by Theological Book Network

Theological Book Network is a not-for-profit ministry that ships high-quality theological resources to under-resourced theological schools in Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East. The Disordered Image is partnering with them to help them liquidate a large quantity of Lewisana they’ve collected over the years as they move into a new warehouse. Hundreds of works by and about Lewis are listed below for sale at competitive prices. Many new additions, first editions, rare editions, and just interesting ones. ALL proceeds go directly to TBN, so buy your Lewis book here instead of the big A. 

To find out more about Theological Book Network, check out their website.

Click on any of the links below to see volumes for sale in each category.
Scroll to bottom for special deals and feature editions!


Primary Lewis Works

This spreadsheet lists all the works written by Lewis, including anthologies of multiple works. Note the link to the right of each entry will take you to the exact edition’s listing at The Disordered Image, so collectors need not guess as to what is being sold.  Over 250 volumes available!

Lewis’ Works for Sale


Lewis Readers/Selections

This spreadsheet contains what may be called “Lewis Readers” – Books that feature the words of Lewis but arranged in some other way, such as collection of daily readings, best quotes by, anthologies of partial works, and so on.

Lewis Readers & Selections


Lewis Biographies

This spreadsheet contains books about Lewis specifically, whether formal biographies or general books about his life, thought, and contribution

Lewis Biographies


Lewis Secondary Literature

This spreadsheet contains books about Lewis’ thought on particular subject or aspects of his thought. eg. “Lewis on…” scripture, science, myth, poetry, society, and so on. Both academic and popular works are included here.

Lewis on “X” – Topics


On Lewis’ Fiction

This spreadsheet also contains “secondary literature” but specifically books discussing Lewis’ works of fiction – Narnia, Pilgrim’s Regress, and so on.

On Lewis’ Fiction

How to Purchase

  • Open the Spreadsheet and look for the book you want.
  • Cost plus shipping is listed for each book (NOTE: Shipping costs are via USPS media rate to continental US only. Other locations, please contact for rates.)
  • Contact The Disordered Image either through the contact page or by directly emailing to let us know what book(s) you’re interested in (please include the Order Code if one is listed. Likewise use these links to ask questions about any volumes.
  • We’ll confirm the book is available and arrange for payment, shipping, etc. by email.

How to PAY

  • We’ll ship your book to you via media mail once payment for both book and shipping has been made.
  • We accept the following forms of payment:
  • Venmo to @Gordon-Greenhill
  • Paypal to (Subject to 5% fee, Credit Card’s will be processed this way)
  • Personal Check to Gordon Greenhill, 7020 Fox Meadow NE, Rockford MI  49341
  • Other payment options available upon request.
  • We are happy to invoice or receipt if you desire.
  • Remember: All proceeds for these sales go directly to Theological Book Network

Featured Sale Items


The Case for Christianity

Macmillan, 1946, 30th printing. In dustjacket
$35.00 ($3.00 s/h)
Excellent condition. Dustjacket good with some edge wear
Mention: CC9 in inquiry

See which edition HERE


Letters to an American Lady

Eerdmans, 1967, 1st printing with dustjacket
First American Edition
$10.00 ($4.00 s/h)
Excellent condition. Dustjacket good with some fading on the back
Mention: LAL7 in inquiry

See which edition HERE


The Screwtape Letters

Geoffrey Bles, 1942, 3rd printing. NO dustjacket
$50.00 ($3.00 s/h)
Very Good condition. Some light pencil marks. Binding tight.
Mention: SL1 in inquiry

See which edition HERE


Space Trilogy: Set of 3 Volumes

Macmillan, 1965, Various printings (Loose, no box)
Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, That Hideous Strength

$15.00 ($5.00 s/h) for set.
All Very Good condition. All Clean Text
Mention: ST1 in inquiry

See the OSP edition HERE (PER and THS match this edition)


C. S. Lewis: A Life – Eccentric Genius. Reluctant Prophet

Alister McGrath
Tyndale House, 2013

$15.00 ($5.00 s/h)
LIKE NEW condition. With Dustjackt
Mention: MCG1 in inquiry

BIOGRAPHY: In C.S. Lewis―A Life, Alister McGrath, prolific author and respected professor at King’s College of London, paints a definitive portrait of the life of C. S. Lewis. After thoroughly examining recently published Lewis correspondence, Alister challenges some of the previously held beliefs about the exact timing of Lewis’s shift from atheism to theism and then to Christianity. He paints a portrait of an eccentric thinker who became an inspiring, though reluctant, prophet for our times.


Paved with Good Intentions: A Demon’s Roadmap to Your Soul

HarperSanFrancisco, 2005

$4.00 ($3.00 s/h)
LIKE NEW condition. Hardback with Dustjacket
Mention: GORM1 in inquiry

SELECTIONS: The Screwtape Letters has long been one of C.S. Lewis’s most popular works. Its delightfully devious demon, Screwtape, advises his nephew on how best to corrupt a brand new Christian, illuminating the strategies that tempters use to bring down humans. Compiling excerpts of the most humorous and insightful of this advice, this fun, give volume presents these strategies as success tips for life.


The Book of Uncommon Prayer: Meditationts from Jane Austen, Daniel Defoe, Ben Jonson, C. S. Lewis, et al.

Constance Pollock (Editor), Daniel Pollock (Editor)
Word Publishing, 1996

$4.00 ($4.00 s/h)
LIKE NEW condition. Hardback with dustjacket
Mention: BOO1 in inquiry


C. S. Lewis: Christian and Storyteller

Beatrice Gormley
Eerdmans, 1998

$5.00 ($3.00 s/h)
LIKE NEW condition. Paperback
Mention: GORM1 in inquiry

BIOGRAPHY: Drawing on her extensive research of Lewis’s books, letters, and diaries, Gormley paints a fresh and illuminating picture of Lewis, one that explores how the many facets of Lewis’s life reflected his deep and powerful experience of God.