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Helpful votes received on reviews: 89% (133 of 150)
Location: Derby, UK
Birthday: 16 Dec
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Druid Priest living in Derbyshire, UK. Voracious reader and Reviews Coordinator for The Druid Network

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Women, Spirituality and Transformative Leadership:&hellip by Kathe Schaaf
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This book is apparently listed under 'Christian Leadership'. That isn't right - it contains voices from virtually every single faith denomation's 'leadership', as well as atheists and agnostics, scientists and political workers. This is a book in which a multitude of women tell stories to inspire others through their own experiences. The writers speak clearly against 'hate' in any form (race, gender, sexual orientation, etc), and encourage us to take their words to heart in our own lives and communities.

While primarily American-focused, the ladies here are of many countries, working together to enlighten, provoke thought and action, and generally pass on their knowledge in a… Read more
Stone Keeper (The Star Dancer Quartet) by Beth Webb
'Stone Keeper' is the final book in the series that began with 'Star Dancer' - and it truly has been a memorable journey! The reader travels with Tegen, the young girl born in prophecy as the aforementioned Star Dancer, a gifted Druid whose skills in woodlore and magic will help to save the islands of Britain from the Romans.

While each book can be read on its own, Tegen's adventures develop beautifully as she moves across land and sea to follow her destiny, demanding that you read on to know the full story. The mission she faces at the start of each book may be a guiding thread, but events and characters are not as clear-cut as they seem and the conclusion is never… Read more
Thy Kingdom Fall (After Eden Series, Book #1) by Austin Dragon
From the first, I admit to trepidation about this book. A good premise, but then right at the beginning, the first hints of frankly scary religious undertones. The book is exploring a dystopian future, but the utterly incorrect definition of 'Pagan' (warped for purposes of plot, I hope) and then overtly Christian message sadly detracted from the action for me. Perhaps the author's intention was to turn the current political themes of religious misunderstanding and hatred around... I'm not sure. I couldn't continue with it.

Also, the book is badly in need of an editor. Terrible grammatical and spelling errors kept throwing me out of the story as well... I guess this book just… Read more

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