Book Reviews

Hamelin’s Child

By D J Bennet This was a difficult read - the difficulty being in the story line, not the writing, which is excellent. Michael is celebrating his seventeenth birthday with a new girlfriend. She unceremoniously ditches him for another bloke. Dejected, Michael decides to leave, but not before he's approached by a man. The man offers to buy him a drink, which Michael reluctantly accepts - the man spikes his drink. Michael, under the influence, leaves the bar with him and is then persuaded … [Read More...]

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Letting Go

Why is it so hard to let go? I’ve thought about this a great deal in the last couple of years and come to the conclusion it’s all about attachment. There’s a lot written out there, by gurus, sages, religious/spiritual men/women, about attachment. ‘Cultivate detachment,’ one esoteric writer says. ‘Easier said than done,’ I say back. I think it’s about identification. I know I identify with ‘me’ – this person I call ‘me’ – and the things I do/have done in my life to create 'my' … [Read More...]

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The Glass Caves

Saw these guys playing on the streets of York, when I was there a week or so ago. I was very impressed by them. They have an EP out entitled Eboracum ... An unusual title, which I felt needed a bit of research. I'm assuming it's named after a … [Read More...]

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