Books, esoteric

Something in the air? And three books by Alan Richardson

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

It was a surprise, said author Alan Richardson, to see her pop up on my Facebook page. He had just released a book about her… and we had just spent a weekend delving into the story of Gilgamesh, a ruler of the ancient culture that had carved the iconic image.

I felt I had to read the book, not just because Alan’s work is always an enjoyable read, but as one of the most respected and irreverent esoteric writers, there was bound to be a breadcrumb trail to follow.

The Moonchildis a curious book, telling the story of a little girl, born in 1966 and eventually placed in a children’s home. As she grows, her true nature is revealed, while she is cared for by ‘Granny’ and her friends in the peaceful, West Country valley. But, just as Lilith is no ordinary child, neither Granny nor her friends are…

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