"Light and Philosophical Fantasy" In the Light of the Full Cold Moon by @girard_sue #review #fantasy

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In the Light of the Full Cold Moon

Written by Susan Elizabeth Girard

Genre(s): Fantasy

Savannah begins her sacred walk with Ratiffa (Ra-teef-a), 'a Wise Old Sage' who lives in the woods at a magical homestead in the Temperate Rainforest. Through meditation, visualization and 'soul flying' she discovers an Alternate, Parallel World that is beyond anything she could have ever dreamed and finds the peace, love, harmony, joy and purpose she has been so desperately seeking all of her life. Journey along with her on this awakening, mystical odyssey to the "Enchanted Forest" and meet the most amazing, phenomenal and celestial characters along the way. Some you will know, some you haven't met yet. In doing so, you may be in for a surprise or two and you just might discover yourself along this illuminative path to enlightenment.

Hold onto your hats, it's going to be an extraordinary, evolutionary, exhilarating and eye opening experience!

Walki's Review

Light and Philosophical Fantasy

It is the end of the summer and Savannah, who’s recently adopted a rescue dog, is in need of emotional healing. To deal with insomnia, she does yoga, meditates, and recites mantras. She starts visualizing and gets into trance, letting her soul fly and journey.

During her soul journeys, she regularly visits a compound where she enjoys the company of several people: Ratiffa, Marieke, Krishnee, Vijay and more. Each conversation is an opportunity to learn, grow and discover.

‘In the Light of the Full Cold Moon’ is a woman’s journey of self-discovery and healing, a mystical odyssey during which the author indulges in an ecological description of the Pacific Northwest coast throughout the seasons and a comparative study of religions.

Susan Elizabeth Girard wrote a spiritual novel for readers open-minded enough to wander and acknowledge similarities between the main paths and ways of thinking from around the world.

It is a light and philosophical fantasy that I would have enjoyed more with the appropriate punctuation (as some passages required second reading to see who was talking), but I stayed with the main character and followed her along her journey home.

Disclaimer: Book provided by the author free of charge in exchange for an honest review.