This is a personal story written in full-on American style, so to gain the benefits of its message any reader needs to feel at ease with the author’s voice. The book talks about the Heroine’s journey, in touch with the divine in various forms personified in archetypal and subtle forms by the name SHE. It visits familiar places such as the mother/baby bond and the monthly cycle and encourages the reader, through journaling, to explore and understand what it means to be a woman. All sorts of characters pop up along the way, Mary Magdalene, Tara, Emily Dickinson, all of whom have a connection with SHE, the soul of this book. Depending on your personal perspective on life this strong book is one to either fall in love with, dissolve into and allow it to transform you with joy, or to gently leave aside.
Paperback, 304pp, 2015