Clive Stapple Lewis, generally known as C.S. Lewis was a British novelist, critic and Christian apologist. He was born on November 29, Belfast, Ireland and died on November 22, 1963 in Oxford, England. He is known for his works on medieval literature and Christian apology. In addition he is known for his fantasy works. He attended the Oxford University but was rolled in the Army during the First World War. He was injured and returned in the university. In 1931 he was baptized and became a Christian. During the Second World War he was working for the Religious broadcasting on BBC. His most famous work, fantasy series for children The Chronicles of Narnia, was published within 1950-1955. You can download audiobooks The Chronicles of Narnia in mp3 from our site.