Having met the leprechauns in a cottage on the west coast of Ireland, in this sequel Tanis leads a tour of the country’s sacred sites, which unsurprisingly (with leprechauns present!) subsides into chaos. At least, that is, according to outward appearances: on another level the students on the pilgrimage actually learn valuable lessons about life, because of the spirit of the “Craic” which prevails in Ireland. The “Craic” is known to most of us as the impulse and energy of having a good time, but the leprechauns teach us about it as a spiritual principle also. These elementals, who are all around us, just have a different way of doing things!
192pp, 218 x 142 mm, Paperback, 2010, RRP £9.95