I have mixed feelings about this book. Certainly some good thinking and writing, and, I thought, it got better as I got into it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Ángel del gato
A great blend of scientific and pseudo-scientific explanations for the weird stuff we humans experience. Read morePublished 3 months ago by E. Marley
Very thorough in research. A little over kill, but understand author's intent to cover a very big subject.Published 4 months ago by Linda Lightfoot
After a rough start, this book actually got interesting. There is a lot of psychology and the author tries to reason out why people see or experienced the unexplained.Published 4 months ago by book&moviefan
another great Patrick Harpur book. I will hold on to all his books and reread them.Published 4 months ago by helen k mcallister
For anyone who has experienced The Weirding.
This a neutral-view look at the supernatural. It is filled with statements from both sides and is very informative.
This is perhaps the best grounding in the subject,
the writer takes a Jungian approach and provides the widest possible field of view of the entire subject
Some other... Read more
This book is absolutely full of interesting metaphysical, weird, and fascinating tales, theories, and history. You will come away from each chapter both entertained and wondering. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Zalmorion the Fantastic
Like other seriously challenging works on the paranormal, British writer Patrick Harpur's `Daimonic Reality: a Field Guide to the Otherworld' is not an easy book to summarise in a... Read morePublished on April 30, 2013 by The Guardian