Another great review for Addled: Adventures of a Reluctant Mystic: an exciting new author:
“Funny yet tragic, inspiring yet disturbing, reminiscent of Kate Atkinson yet a unique style, this book will stay with you long after finishing it.” – Penny P.
Thank you Penny. I’m so glad you enjoyed it and thanks for the comparison to Kate Atkinson – made my day! I love her books and have always aspired to emulate her style of dark humour.
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The reviews for Addled: Adventures of a Reluctant Mystic are starting to come in: two 5 star reviews so far!
The first review is from Emma in Sussex. She writes: “A very well crafted story, reaching great heights and depths. It draws you in from the outset, a real page turner. Wonderful. Highly recommended.”
While Linp writes: “It’s amazing, thought-provoking, fascinating, challenging. I could identity with some/many experiences on different levels – and I’ve never doubted my sanity.”
Thank you to both reviewers. I’m so glad you enjoyed the book.
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Addled: Adventures of a Reluctant Mystic has just hit #10 on the Zen Bestseller list on Amazon.uk. Such an ephemeral pleasure! Here’s the moment captured:
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Addled: Adventures of a Reluctant Mystic is a novel about spiritual awakening for the postmodern era. It follows Zoe Popper for a year in the life of a modern mystic and asks: What would you risk for a glimpse of God? Zoe Popper is a cleaner who walks a lot and thinks too much. She… Continue reading Addled: Spiritual Awakening for Atheists