'Funny, informative heart-warming and wildly entertaining. This book rocks!' Ferdia Mac Anna (author of cult novel to movie 'Last of the High Kings')
Similar to Eat, Pray, Love. 5* It's similar to Eat, Pray, Love yet vastly different in point of viewwith the focus on the protagonist's self discovery and the explorationof energy medicine in South America. It's a must read for anyone needing to rediscover their joie de vivre or simply get empowered after a relationship break down. Roger Meade
Better than a visit home! 5*As a long-time visitor to Ireland over the past 30-plus years, andhaving spent lots of time both in Dublin as well as in Galway ~ I loved this story for reminding me of why I so resonate to traveling all ofthis small island nation.
It also made me feel very connected toso many places and customs there... yet there were new insights as well; learning to see the influence of traces of ancient, pre-Christiangoddess religions.
Theadora Davitt-Cornyn, Oxnard, CA
From the Author
Ultimately I decided to respect the privacy ofloved ones and acquaintances I met in Ireland and South America. Instead Ichose to write a work of fiction with as much authenticity and humour aspossible. The Goddess theme is central to the story as Kate uses the names ofeach of the Goddesses in the myth of Persephone, Demeter and Hekate at varioustimes on different internet dating sites. As she identifies with each Goddess,she attracts different men into her life who mirror some aspect of herself. Hervoyage of self discovery and healing take her from Galway in the west ofIreland to an Ashram in rural Brazil and on to the Andean highlands of Peru.