“Find the path…and stay on it.”

It all began at Uffington, on a visit to Wayland’s Smithy… or maybe it had really begun somewhere in the Yorkshire Dales, with the giants we could both see in the hills. It is not every day that you meet someone with a world-view as tangential as your own.

Or perhaps it had begun in the shadows of long ago, as a current moving unseen through our lives that carried us to where we needed to be. Parallel lives in a curved infinity, meeting at a point of inevitability.

Wherever it began, the journey continues…


Alethea Kehas, author of “A Girl Named Truth“, on “The Osiriad”.

I was pulled into Sue’s book with her opening lines and hardly put it down until I was finished reading it a day after I began. Sue is gift story-teller, and her knowledge of ancient lore, as well as the ancient, eternal wisdom of “Truth,” is apparent in this book. The writing in The Osiriad is lyrical and flowing, told through the narrative voice of Isis, the Egyptian Goddess of Magic. While reading it, I could not help but feel the energy of Isis flowing through the words. It was magic. A must read for anyone drawn to the ancient wisdom of Egypt, which brings us all home to the truth that is Love.

Alethea Kehas on “The Osiriad”

Rosie Amber, an avid reader and reviewer on “The Osiriad”.

This is a delightful book which looks at the role of stories throughout history and their purpose in explaining day and night, the seasons and life and death. By looking at the Egyptian Gods, Sue retells the birth of the Egyptian world through the eyes of the God Isis. The Egyptians are known across the world and the stories of their Gods are echoed in many other religions. In fact Sue adds her own thoughts at the end of this book about the importance of stories and their use in explaining life through pictures and images. She draws together beliefs that we still learn from stories if we can engage with the writing and share the messages. In fact a story can be a many layered article depending on the reader. I really enjoyed my own lessons from the book, it was a delight to read about the Gods in a short easy to read style and then to think about the messages that the Egyptians were giving their people and handing down to future generations to come.

Rosie Amber on “The Osiriad”