2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I am Myfanwy Harris - Anthony's daughter and so this book fleshes out details of my family history.
The authenticity for me is unquestionable, merely due to the fact that I have met a number of the people mentioned in the book when my mother, father, brother and I lived with my grandfather (Bradley) and great-grandmother Louie as a child in South Africa. I have grown up in a house filled with my great-grandfather Alec's paintings, many of which portray the guides mentioned in this book, and some which I notice were published on the back cover.
I, unsurprisingly, grew up never questioning mediumship. My grandfather Bradley often gave me healing during my childhood (I… Read more
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Wish List, a story involving the classic battle of heaven and hell but with a distinct modern flavour. It's one of the most easiest reads around and one that you can pick up and finish in an evening. There are some cracking lines in there with a particularly comic view of 'Hell's number one'.
Meg Flynn, a moody teenage girl who after a burglary gone wrong, finds herself dead and in a tug of war between good and evil. She finds herself chasing trout faced Lowrie, an elderly self-pitying man who, well, I'll leave it for you to find out.
It is definately a childrens book in style but if an adult felt like an evening of light humour and easy on the brain fantasy - this is surely… Read more