Confessions of a Twentieth-Century Pilgrim

Malcolm Muggeridge was a well-known British journalist who converted to Christ.  Influenced by Mother Teresa and William Blake, by The Cloud of Unknowing and John Henry Newman, by Dostoevsky and Augustine, Muggeridge converts to Christianity, becoming a Catholic Christian. This is his story.

The book traces his story through the various seasons of his life and across the globe as he lived in disparate places such as Stalinist Russia and World War II Africa.

The book does not read smoothly.  At times it is difficult to follow the flow of thought.  But he is bright, educated and honest, and it is good to hear the rays of truth and insight that come through.