Book Review: Underneath The Lemon Tree – Mark Rice-Oxley

The book is a personal history of the author’s descent into depression, his difficulties to understand the disease and its causes, and his eventual coming to terms with the disease and the seedlings of recovery. This memoir of one individual’s battle with depression is divided into three sections: The Breakdown, outlining how he and his … Continue reading Book Review: Underneath The Lemon Tree – Mark Rice-Oxley

Book Review: Men, Money & Chocolate – Menna Van Praag

What’s your reaction to the phrase “Men, Money and Chocolate”? I admit, seeing “Men Money and Chocolate” as a book title left me a little cold.  It conjured up memories of frothy, sugary, clichéd, poor quality chick lit and didn’t exactly fill me with confidence that this book would deliver (I mean on the self-help … Continue reading Book Review: Men, Money & Chocolate – Menna Van Praag

Book Review: GROW – Jackie Beere

As a successful speaker, academician and journalist Jackie Beere writes skilfully on the subject of personal development and, ultimately, growth. ‘Grow’ is a well-constructed, jargon-free and accessible self-help book peppered with anecdotal references, together with a plethora of practical tips and advice.  Each chapter concludes with a ‘reflect and review’ section, together with ‘points of view’ … Continue reading Book Review: GROW – Jackie Beere

Book Review: The Essential Dowsing Guide – Dennis Wheatley

The Essential Dowsing Guide promises to provide readers with all the necessary information about dowsing, enabling them to learn and practice various techniques to find invisible targets. It clearly and concisely covers a variety of methods allowing the reader to understand how diverse this particular area truly is. Each chapter provides details on how to … Continue reading Book Review: The Essential Dowsing Guide – Dennis Wheatley

Book Review: The Elongated Skulls of Stonehenge – Maria Wheatley

In her astonishing and well-crafted book, The Elongated Skulls of Stonehenge, Maria Wheatley not only reveals a fascinating and exciting archaeological secret, but also fires the imagination of the reader to imagine a range of characters from the Neolithic past and invites conjecture over the many questions that naturally arise out of reading her account … Continue reading Book Review: The Elongated Skulls of Stonehenge – Maria Wheatley