The Game of Shepherd and Dawse

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“Diabolical forces are formidable. These forces are eternal, and they exist today. The fairy tale is true. The devil exists. God exists. And for us, as people, our very destiny hinges upon which one we elect to follow.” ~Ed Warren 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.

From the time William was born, he has always felt 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, her Soul is forever grateful.

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Beta43 reviewed on on April 13, 2019

This is honestly the best book I’ve read in a long time. Simple to understand, yet so profound. The Game of Shepherd & Dawse explores the motivation behind people’s actions and behaviors, what makes them the way they are. There most definitely are good and evil forces at work in our world today. This book illustrates how these forces play out through real life situations and characters who are easy to identify with. I highly recommend it.
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Book Angel reviewed on on Aug. 4, 2018

This book is very cleverly written, describing several complex issues, including rape, death, bullying and the very nature of what it means to be human, all in a shining new way. As a teacher, bullying is important to me. I am hopeful to use this book in my classroom, as I have several ‘Nettie’s’ in my charge and far too few ‘Charlie’s’. I especially like how the book illustrates that bullying can be overt (school boys taunting and tripping Nettie) or more covert and insidious (Sally Sour.) And what a magical place Shepherd Wood is–also a shining example to us of how we all could live in harmony with each other and nature–definitely a direction the world is headed.
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Arturo Salinas reviewed on on Nov. 11, 2017

A fascinating tale with a lot we can learn from. Great characters and story.
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Natasha reviewed on on Nov. 6, 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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Katherine reviewed on on Oct. 19, 2017

I REALLY ENJOYED THE UNDERLYING MORAL TO THIS STORY. THE BOOK IS WELL WRITTEN AND EASY TO TO READ, THE CHARACTERS COME TO LIFE AND ALTHOUGH THE BOOK IS WRITTEN ABOUT A COMPLEX SUBJECT MATTER THE WHOLE CONCEPT OF THE BOOK IS EASY TO DIGEST.
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mothergoose83 reviewed on 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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Janine Jones reviewed on on April 15, 2017

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Janine Jones reviewed on on April 15, 2017
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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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annemariekla reviewed on on Oct. 17, 2016

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