Thought it'd be a good idea to introduce myself a little. Some of the names do look a little familiar, though, from the Coinherence (Charles Williams) list. ;-) I'm 25 and a college student in the United States, studying computer science and mathematics. C. S. Lewis was the first Inkling I met, though Chronicles of Narnia. I did pick up The Hobbit once in junior high (6-8th grade, around 11-13 years of age, I guess) and liked it but didn't remember what it was until later, heh. Till We Have Faces has become my favorite book (before that I didn't really have one). I guess All Hallows Eve (Williams) would be a close second. I've also read some of Charles Williams (mainly his novels) more Tolkien, and some Barfield. Right now I'm reading and enjoying Splintered Light: Logos and Language in Tolkien's World by Verlyn Flieger.