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Peter Swift and the Secret of Genounia: 1
Peter Swift and the Secret of Genounia: 1
by Mr Pat Regan
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Peter Swift and the Secret of Genounia: A Mystical and Exciting Read!, 18 Aug. 2012
I find PETER SWIFT AND THE SECRET OF GENOUNIA more rewarding for the adult reader than the Harry Potter series. Why? With no dispersion cast on Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, the author of PETER SWIFT is a man who has traveled the paths of Pagan wisdom for many years. Pat Regan has studied and lived the ancient Pagan knowledge and Celt history which echo in the British countryside. J.K. Rowling wrote the first of the Harry Potter series in a city coffee shop and had not spent a lifetime studying Celtic Pagan folkways and history. Pat Regan is the real deal; this is the difference which makes PETER SWIFT such a worthwhile read for adult readers. For the youthful reader, PETER SWIFT AND THE SECRET OF GENOUNIA offers mind-bending time travel and other fantasy and science fiction delights at a thrilling, fast-moving pace. STAR TREK and DR. WHO fans will easily fall into Peter's epic adventure as he discovers an old Roman coin which magically appears on his grandfather's farm. His grandfather Jock has witnessed a disturbing apparition on his farm for many years; suddenly in the snowy woods, young Peter comes face to face with this terrifying phantom! And Peter's astounding adventure begins!

UFO - The Search for Truth
UFO - The Search for Truth
by Pat Regan
Edition: Hardcover

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Boldly Exploring UFOs, 6 Mar. 2012
"UFO - The Search for Truth" takes one along on a fascinating search for the answer to an enigma which has been with humankind since 1947 (to date the beginning of the modern UFO age), and since, perhaps, the days of the ancient astronauts in Earth's distant past. I like Mr. Regan's book especially because of its optimism, lack of fear mongering, and natural curiosity about the wonders which are out in the universe and, apparently, over our heads as well in shimmering silver disk-shaped craft. The information Mr. Regan gives on possible interbreeding of human and alien is thought-provoking. I was thrilled with his conclusions that here is a challenge for humankind which advances our own spiritual evolution and which allows us to perceive the same living, breathing beauty in the universe which we perceive here on Earth in Mother Nature.

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