Thanks for the recommendation, Vesca! I'm always down for some druidryVesca wrote:If anyone has an ereader, or is willing to download the free amazon ereader app for their computer, this is a free book I'd really recommend reading. It basically immerses you in some Druidry, the book is based on an archaeological discovery of a "druid prince" who had been sacrificed at around the time that area was being invaded as a means of deterring the invaders (I think it was England? My history is a bit rusty).
Not bad for a free read though:
http://www.amazon.com/Fox-Arlene-Radask ... ds=the+fox
LotR is a great passion of mine, but I understand the books aren't for everyone. That said, I've read through the books at least 12 times and find it an enjoyable experience each and every time. But there is one section of the books (I don't want to post spoilers, just in case)- that I skip over entirely now, because I find it so uninteresting! I'm kind of ashamed to admit it. But I've read them so many times, and the Histories of Middle Earth, and Silmarillion, etc.- that I feel like maybe it's ok for me not to like this particular section.Thistle wrote:I'm usually in reading a few books at a time. I can be so terrible. But I do so love books. My in progress books are Emma by Jane Austen, Lord of the Rings (I tried so hard as a kid to read that and the hobbit, long before the movies...so boring! but I'm attempting again!) The Eye of Minds by James Dashner. I'm also usually reading a Harry Potter book. Currently on the 4th one. Oh and Scott Cunningham's Earth, Air, Fire, & Water. That might be more than a few books...lol
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