Its subtitle is “Advice for Spiritual Revolutionaries”. This is an energetic and humorous manifesto for people who look at the world and wonder what is going on, who don’t want to be part of a religion but can see that a lot has been lost in the rejection of religion and who want to laugh a bit about it all. Thomas Moore says “I love this book. I feel at home in it.” And Cynthia Bourgeault calls it “At once side-splittingly hilarious and heartbreakingly on target”. It’s outrageous, humorous and utterly serious, all at the same time.
200pp, 229 x 152 mm, Paperback, 2018, RRP £15.99