One of the main problems with approaching Chesterton is that he was so prolific and wrote on such a variety of topics that the reader is simply overwhelmed. Chesterton is too big to get a hold of. But Dale Ahlquist makes the literary giant very accessible highlighting Chesterton’s amazing reach, keen insight, and marvelous wit. Each chapter is liberally spiced with Chesterton’s striking quotations. On the way, we learn "what’s wrong with the world" (and how to make it right), and to recognize the failure and futility of many modern ideas and the freshness and fullness of traditional truths. Paper.