A number of years ago I hit rock bottom in every area of my life. Things could not have been any worse. And it was at this moment that I asked out loud to the Universe for help because the Universe always hears your requests and prayers. Within days I was lead to Sarah for the Universe orchestrated this. Thanks to her guidance, psychic intuition and mermaid magic, I am manifesting the life of my dreams and I am filled with gratitude. So obviously when I heard Sarah had written a book, I had to buy it. When I first received it I made the mistake of reading the first page the book opened at and immediately I was hooked, pardon the pun! Sarah's story begins in Portishead, moves on to Edinburgh, then Dublin and back to the UK again, though I dare say her story is far from over yet! Part of it is difficult to read but Sarah is also very witty which makes for a very entertaining read. Sarah has been through it all so this makes her the perfect person to offer advice and show people how to steer their way out of the bad times. It has something for everyone including tips on how to manifest the life you want, cosmic ordering, psychic intuition and celebrity encounters in the music and sporting world. If someone is going through a hard time in any area of their life, feels there is no light at the end of the tunnel or just needs some guidance or something to inspire them, you could do much worse than buy this book for them. It could actually change their life!
Review by Catherine C ~ (who was lent the book with the purpose of reviewing it) ~ *Sarah’s turn of phrase is like the old story tellers in Ireland of the past who would create the picture and take you on a journey with a poignant message shadowed behind. Delivered to educate,provoke and awaken the spirit within. Her style is similar as some of the tales make for uncomfortable reading on many levels, and that gets the reader engaged and challenged to think about how they see the situation. Dublin is portrayed in a very honest light, an edgy city where you need to look a little deeper to find its hidden gems. Sarah has not held back !! She certainly lifts the veil on the music industry (most musicians live in a parallel universe and perhaps those who don't are not worth knowing in the industry). I didn’t want to put the book down once I started it. Sarah has an interesting way of writing, a very old Irish way which is interesting.*
Wonderful book, I have been a fan of Sarah’s for along time and this did not disappoint! Hard to put down, rollercoaster ride, head spin, leaves food for thought, I got a lot from this book and has helped me regain a positive outlook, a must read
Sarah’s narrative voice is very appealing and entertaining, making it an enjoyable book to read. The book divides into three topics. In the Preface, the author takes Hans Christian Andersen’s tale of “The Little Mermaid” and shows it as a metaphor of her own life. Anyone with a love of fairy tales will find this intriguing. The next section of the book deals with her early life in the UK and her move to Ireland. Sarah tells her life story like a true storyteller, the reader always eager for the next part. The final section deals with her experience and ordeals, as she tries to balance her Christianity and psychic gifts. Life has not been easy for Sarah, like us all she has her share of debts, disappointments and betrayals. That is one reason why this book is such a good read it is a book everyone can relate to in some way.