Hardcore Nerds like us should know the Space Trilogy is Lewis's real awesomeness. Maleldil own Aslan. Perhaps it's just cause people assume Narnia is more tmler to LOTR, but the assumption is false (How do I type in a way to simply I'm saying it like GOllum does?). That's what Wikipidia mentions, but that's only scratching the surface. THS also uses the term "Middle Earth". Out of the Silent Planet spanw from the same conversaiton with Tolkien which lead ot Tolkien starting "The Lost Road" which resulted in Numenor. In OotSP I feel the Horssa are allot like Hobbits, and the Pfifltriggi sort of like Dwarves. The Space Tirlgoy is a very intelegent Philisphaly complex and intresting trio of stories. OotSP is the most relaistic dpeiction I've seen of a first contact with an extra terestial culture. THS is an intresting combination of a Dyspopic anti-New World Order poltical commentary and Aurthorian Legend. Perlandra is the most unique and difficult to descirbe, but it's in concept a commentary on Paradise Lost, and is pretty briliant, thou as a Christian I don't agree with Lewi's theolgoy at all.