The Game of Shepherd and Dawse

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Shepherd Wood is a magical place, where people live in peace and in harmony with nature. Their society is based upon personal growth and service to others. Soladus, the group elder, knows a time of great change and upheaval is near, but can his wisdom see them through? Beautiful Aman is loved by all who know her. Little does Aman know, events in her life will soon change humanity’s course forever. More
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About William James

About the author: William was born in Gosport England. He moved to his beloved Wales at a young age and decided to stay there, where he currently lives with his long time sweetheart, wife and editor, Anna.

Ever since William was born, he always felt that he was put on this planet to do something different, something special, something to try and make a positive change in this world. William is a photographer, a spiritual healer, an occasional medium, a businessman and now a writer. It has been twenty years since William first channelled the concept of Shepherd and Dawse and has taken all that time to put the theory into a book that is not only fun to read but is written in a way that the reader can take from it exactly what they want.

About the editor: Anna was born in Evansville, Indiana, USA. She studied at Harlaxton College near Grantham, Lincolnshire, England and later graduated from the University of Evansville with a degree in Communication and Journalism. Anna has since worked in all facets of media – from copywriting to newspaper editing, even sales. When Anna experienced a spiritual awakening in 2011, she began a trek to find her inner Truth. This journey involved her letting go of every single person, place and thing she ever held dear. And then, it led her to Wales and the chance to work with William to bring The Game of Shepherd and Dawse to fruition. And for this, she is forever grateful.

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Review by: Arturo Salinas on Nov. 11, 2017 :
A fascinating tale with a lot we can learn from. Great characters and story.
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Review by: Natasha on Nov. 06, 2017 :
Starting with the tale of an enchanted woodland the authors great skill sets an atmospheric scene of a secret utopia magically bathed with light of love and nature which becomes confronted with the darkness of evil and greed.A compelling collection of tales set throughout time ,written with simplicity and warm humour. I was captivated by the unfolding of the stories the charming characters all connected in the unfolding of an even bigger picture . I really enjoyed reading this book .
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Review by: Katherine on Oct. 19, 2017 :
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Review by: mothergoose83 on Sep. 17, 2017 :
I read this book in a day. I literally couldn't put it down! My favorite part of the whole book was all of it. I mean, really. I thoroughly enjoyed the interplay of the two stories and found myself looking forward more and more to each chapter and to find out where the story would end.A very good read.
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Review by: Janine Jones on April 15, 2017 :
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Review by: Janine Jones on April 15, 2017 : (no rating)
Interesting take on humanity with a lighhearted style similar style to Rold Dhal. Definitely worth a read. It will take you on a soul searching journey.
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Review by: annemariekla on Oct. 17, 2016 :
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Review by: annemariekla on Oct. 16, 2016 : (no rating)
I absolutely loved this book. Very thought provoking. It made me smile,laugh sometimes feel sad. I resonated with it completely. Very well and cleverly written. Very spiritual but a lot if truth about how the world is today and how we all need to learn to live ourselves for a better more peaceful world. Cannot wait for the next book. ☺-
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Review by: Dman666 on Sep. 15, 2016 :
Wow. What a great read. My only complaint is that there was not more of it. This really is one of those books where you just keep thinking "just one more page and then I'll get on" Can't wait for the next book from this Author.
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Review by: Brian Cox on Sep. 12, 2016 :
What a great book. This is one of those books that stays with you for days, weeks and months after you've read it. Like the main character in the book, I also looked forward to hearing the adventures of Shepherd Wood. Now I can't wait to read it to my boys. They need to know which side of the game they are on: Shepherd or Dawse.
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Review by: trichc on Sep. 08, 2016 :
Talk about a roller coaster ride. This book had many stories happening at the same time but they were all related. I spent late nights reading this book because I couldn't put it down. Tales of the past were to a young boy by an elderly gentleman.
This book is spiritual and mystical. The folklore of the past meets the present time in a wonderful rollercoaster of a ride.
Looking forward to more from this couple of writers!!!
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Review by: Jennie Morrish on Sep. 06, 2016 :
I enjoyed the Game of Shepherd and Dawse so much I couldn't put it down! Not only is it insightful and thought provoking, the enjoyable story telling is a great way of explaining what could be a complicated philosophical notion, in a very readable and relatable way.
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Review by: Krista Leaman on Sep. 06, 2016 :
This book is fantastic and a wonderful read. I love how it challenges me to see which path I am choosing to take on any given day. I recommend reading it slowly and savoring whatever arises!!!
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Review by: Hudd75 on Sep. 04, 2016 :
The Game of Shepherd and Dawse:
The book was fantastic, so gripping. Read it with great enthusiasm, from start to finish. I had the feeling you get, when you've read a good book, you can't get it out of your mind.
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Review by: dhopstetter on Sep. 02, 2016 :
The Game of Shepherd and Dawse is a thought-provoking fable of good and evil in our world. Each of us can find parallels in our lives, based on Aman, Nettie, Juju and the other characters of Shepherd Wood. A fun read which leaves you thinking about the characters and the book’s premise long after the last page.
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Review by: Laballard on July 24, 2016 :
This is a modern fable about the origins of good and evil in our world. The story within a story really draws the reader in and keeps one captivated. There are unexpected twists and connections between the stories. A thoroughly enjoyable read.
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Review by: Pebs12 on July 13, 2016 :
What an amazing book. It's well written, will have you hooked from the minute you start reading it. It goes into a lot of detail & not only is it a great read but it gives you lots of insight & much more to ponder over too. The only problem you'll find with this book is that you won't want to put it down until it's finished!
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