C.S. Lewis' classic The Screwtape Letters is full of keen wit and wise counsel–if one is a Christian believer. Such a reader will find much to ponder in its pages. But suppose one begins to question whether it is the voice of mature reason that Lewis portrays as the wiles of Satan? The Needletoe Letters takes the other side, depicting the letters of advice and guidance from a veteran angel to his inexperienced nephew. Their common task? To keep Christian believers hoodwinked and flummoxed! Read this book, and see if you don't begin to have second thoughts about your faith!