Saturday, July 24, 2010

Healer, Linda Windsor

Very interesting. This story is based in the time of Arthur and merlins. This is not my usual area a fictional reading, but I enjoyed it none-the-less. It is very obvious that the author did a lot of research and spent much time tying truth and myth and weaving in the biblical history of this time. It reminds me of books such as the Chronicles of Narnia and others like it. I especially enjoyed the authors personal testimony of the redemption of her daughter from wicca through the research of this book. How interesting that ancient history helped to relate the truth of the bible to her daughter and the lies of the Evil One. Good book for those who enjoy tales of Arthur and magic and love and the war between good and evil. Thank you B&B Communications for the review copy.

1 comment:

  1. do you think this would be a good supplement to read during the study of the Dark Ages?