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little but powerful!,
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This review is from: Nature Spirits: Wyrd Lore and Wild Fey Magic (Wooden Books Gift Book) (Paperback)
This is a superb little book, not just well written but thoughtful and 'feeling'. Okay, I'm gonna come right out and say it, magickal! I normally don't buy 'new agey' shaman type books, but the illustration on the cover drew me - and I have to say, the pictures inside are every bit as good! Lovingly written, heartfelt, informative and beautifully drawn, this very special book now sits next to the only other 'shamanic' book I own, by Gordon the Toad, with whom it has a lot in common. I feel I have to point out one mistake though - when writing about the three celtic/druidic realms: abred, gwynfed and Ceugant, the author mistakenly refers to abred as 'annwn' which is somewhat different. Nonetheless, this little book is a keeper!
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Initial post: 22 Sep 2011 12:52:47 BDT
J. Turner says:
I had a message from the author today, re: my comment about annwn/ceugant. However the author chose not to post here, so I can't display it. However I stand on that comment - as a welsh speaker, I know that the term 'ceugant' was used in this context before Iolo Morgannwg. However, that's not the point, I gave you a really good review, and you didn't even have the decency to say thank you. Speaks volumes really.
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Last edited by the author on 27 Jan 2013 13:51:13 GMT
D. Forest says:
i just saw this comment...it was a long time ago now, but im pretty sure i did say thank you, and have no problem saying thank you again for you kind review... with blessings d forest
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