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About the Author

Paul Holmes graduated from York University with an honours degree in English and Philosophy. He then taught before joining HMV (EMI) Classical Records as Literary Editor. Five years later he took up journalism, before moving to Brighton in 1980. He now teaches English and Creative Writing for adult education. His other published works include Brahms His Life and Times, sleeve notes, translations and poetry. He is also a prize-winning short story writer. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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HASH(0xa2e990f0) out of 5 stars A Very Insightful Book 19 Jun. 2013
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This is a book that looks at the "Green Children" at every different angle or story you can imagine. From extraterrestrials to coming out of an underground city to being transported from another part of the planet, the moon, a ship or somewhere else in the galaxy.

A very enjoyable read and I can't imagine the time and work that Duncan put into this book. Just reading it made me think he hasn't had a social life in years.

I was amazed at all the factual information that he was able to obtain in the years 1066-1395.

The lives of all these people and their whereabouts and their personal dealings with the crown and each other.

I do agree with the author in the fact that why weren't the children more amazed by the sun and especially the moon. Which leads me to believe that they had seen the moon before somewhere.

Definitely worth the money and the time to read it.

This is the only book I have found that goes into great depths about the "Green Children" of the 12th century.
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