Have you ever wondered what the bad guys of the spiritual world were thinking? Or if
mental ailments could talk, what would they say?
To commemorate 80 years since C.S. Lewis; classic satirical novel The Screwtape
Letters, The Incendus Letters welcomes a new generation of readers to glimpse the
perspective of the demons that plague their lives. Follow Maniacus, a maleficent
senior demon, as he provides advice to his offspring Incendus, charged with
ensuring the condemnation of a human on Earth. Set in the 21st century, Karras
harnesses Lewis; epistolary format to explore the complexities and hidden traps of
modern living. From technological snares, to the vices of living to be busy, these
letter dissect the very essences of not just why we have these challenges, but how to
overcome them. Each letter includes at least one topic for discussion which
contributes to the lifelong battle between the good and evil forces as they contest for
the precious soul of the unknown person.
The letters pertain to the personal struggles of temptation and the continuous trials
and tribulations present in various types of relationships, rendering the book
disconcertingly relevant and appropriate for readers of all ages, simply because they
act as an unyielding mirror of what it is to struggle.
Through the inverted lens of nefarious intent, readers are creatively invited to
consider both religious and secular ideologies which aim to reduce the power of
various painful, harmful and diminishing habits, patterns and characteristics of being
human. Through this process, readers have the opportunity of applying these
concepts, and experience a life of greater peace, fulfilment and ultimately,
Spiritual or not, this meditation on what it means to be human invites all readers to
consider how they can defeat their own demons, and by doing so, help others with