Whilst on the surface The Breaking of the Shell is the intricately woven life story of Alexander and the ways his upbringing and societal conditioning moulds his poor responsiveness to life during teen and early adult years, it is between the lines that this novel really comes to life. At it’s core it is a story about the re-emerging of the divine feminine and about a new consciousness which will help to bring about the changes our planet so urgently requires – all packaged as a highly engaging page turner you won’t put down before the last page. A thoroughly recommended read.
5.0 out of 5 stars The story lives between the lines …, 20 Dec 2010
This review is from: The Breaking of the Shell (Paperback)