Luciano's Garden of Delights

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Where do you go to when nothing seems to be working in your life? What do you do when everything you do is criticized? How do you face the world when your very soul is aching with a longing that you cannot name? When Maggie goes for a night-time walk, just to get away from her disapproving husband, she is drawn to a small café. But the café holds mysteries that she could never have imagined. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Paranormal
  • Words: 3,440
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781466124141
About Christina McCarthy

Christina McCarthy is the author of the acclaimed book ‘Forbidden Magic – A Druid Born’, the first in a series of books about druid life in ancient Ireland. She was born into a rich tradition of storytelling, Irish folklore, Celtic spirituality and healing.
The author's painstaking research enables her to show us the authentic environment,
flora, fauna and human diet extant in Druidic Ireland.

"Forbidden Magic" is a book for children, grown-ups and Celtic Reconstructionists alike, empowering the reader both spiritually and mentally, enabling them to achieve ‘wholeness’ of personality which is so lacking in the modern world.
Now living in Western Australia, she is completing the Forbidden Magic series. She spends much time playing her Irish ‘high-headed’ harp both for the inspiration it gives her and for the beauty of its voice. She is passionate about reviving Celtic tradition, especially in the areas of healing and the arts.

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lfsims reviewed on April 15, 2012

This book is so short you don't think you will end up getting anything from it, but it is good and packs a punch. It is worth reading.
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Peter Guala reviewed on Nov. 20, 2011

This short story really packs a punch, it has so much depth and encompasses so much that it could easily have been a book of 80,000 words to convey so much to the reader. A great read and a wonderful subject with a real twist that leaves one very much in awe.
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