I didn’t resolve to “be organised” this year.
So I haven’t broken that resolution at least 🙂
This Week I Have Mostly Been Reading
Set in Glastonbury and Cambridge. A tale that combines modern day Anglicanism with pre-Christian druidry, female curates being obsessively stalked by fundamentalist Anglican vicars, the legend of Jesus visiting England developed into a tale of him studying with Druid healers.
What’s not to like?
A few reviewers on Amazon have been sniffy that the pre-Christian pagan society has not been dealt with in the exacting detail of authors such as Ken Follett.
But I don’t think this book is meant to be an historical epic.
It’s a fast paced, enjoyable piece of escapist time-slip nonsense.
With a bit of Anglican theology and mysticism and pagan spirituality thrown in.
And there’s nothing wrong with that 🙂
Next Week I Shall Mostly Be Reading
An unexpected but very welcome birthday present from Jean (hi Jean!).
“The portrait of a living breathing relationship frayed by distance….an enquiry into the mountains faith can move and the mountains faith can’t move” according to the blurb.
And I’m always up for a bit of belief challenging 🙂