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I seriously couldn't put this book down. It's a true story and Hilary's style is compelling and easy to read.
This would be a great book to take on holiday, especially if you're going to Spain.
Alongside the story with fascinating and amusing glimpses of village life in the Alpujarra mountains of Spain, there's some history of the area and a lot of information about some fairly esoteric topics, including psychic dowsing, astral bodies and space clearing - all part and parcel of her compelling story.
Hilary Carter's encounters and experiences ultimately led to a cathartic healing of her own and this book may give you the courage, as it has me, to reconsider the way you live your life.
On yet another level, her research and revelations may indeed have cracked the Da Vinci code.
Well, that's supposed to be the plot. It certainly had a lot of holes in it. For instance, the renovating never happened. In fact, the walls and roof started to collapse. Hilary, in a cunning plot reversal, decided after a little less than two years, to put her convent wreckage up for sale. At nearly double the price she originally paid (and it was in far worse shape than when she bought it). She actually commented several times that she couldn't understand why it wasn't selling. How mystifying is that?
As to the ancient scrolls, we NEVER FIND OUT! They could still be buried under the floor for all we, she, or anyone else knows (or cares).
Hilary admits that she doesn't know much Spanish. Wouldn't you think someone who had gone to live in Spain might make at least a bit of an effort? Three times in the story she mentions her deeds, the "escitura". The lady may be a de-coding genius, but she never got that tricky word right, it is "escritura". Hope her maths is better than her Spanish.
There are many errors of grammar and syntax, my guess is that the proof-reader (if such a person exists at all) fell into a coma from despair.
Look at DaVinci's paintings by all means, and have fun forming your own opinion. But give this book a miss. 12:34 could be just as mystical as 11:11, if manipulated the same way. And you really don't need to find out whether the two-headed door handles were Templar, because she isn't even certain about that.
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