I've read the book 3 times now - twice in pre-publication and once just last week. I rarely read a book more than once - in fact I can't ever recall doing so and each time I read Dance of Stones I am taken deeper into the journey. I sum it up in the form of a book review like this: Dance of Stones is a book written about searchers for searchers - those who are not satisfied with sleep walking through life, but rather seek to awaken to their true selves. Cleverly crafted, the Deepenings at the end of each chapter inform the reader about shamanic practice while at the same time the story informs the Deepenings. You cannot read Dance of Stones without being drawn in and changed by the journey. If you have any interest in Western magick or Shamanism, I highly recommend this as a must read! --Marlene Feder
Dance of Stones gripped me. From the first page to the last, it took me along on a true Quest. It is not only the story of two people on a sojourn to far off lands....it is journey of the human soul's awakening. Soli's experiences confirm the presence and process of some Powerful, ancient Source, that yearns to unfold within us....and for those of us hearing the Call....potent tools with which to answer. This book is a transformative MUST read for all Seekers. I wish I would have had it years ago. Thank you Kenn for writing this book! --Celeste Stone
About the Author
Kenn Day is a working Shaman and a nationally recognized lecturer with over 20 years of practical experience in the healing arts. He maintains an active private practice at the Full Spectrum Health Center in Cincinnati, Ohio and offers a series of shamanic training seminars for those interested in exploring the path of post-tribal Shaman.