Tuesday, April 15, 2008


Just for fun today, I shot “ancient Goddess” and “agape” together into Scroogle's search box.

After clicking on the search button and waiting a beat, a list of articles popped onto my computer screen. At the very top of the list was an article about the book The Giuliana Legacy, by Alexis Masters.

Well, after reading only a few reviews, I felt compelled to stop and order a copy. Here, from four different reader reviewers, are some snippets about what looks like a must-have Goddess book:

“As a freelance editor, for personal and professional reasons I generally do not review books I have worked on, but there are a very few novels for which I make exceptions because for me they are exceptional. More than well crafted novels, they are work that is outside the box in some rare and moving way that broadens my mind and deepens my soul personally and professionally…”

One of the best stories I've read about the Goddess. I loved the idea that a thoroughly modern woman is suddenly forced to face herstory and discovers she's the hereditary head of an ancient religion….”

While reading, there were times when I was in tears , times when I was on the edge of my seat, and times when I was in a dream-like trance….”

The Giuliana Legacy is better that the Mists of Avalon at introducing the ancient Goddess religion and its mysteries of love.”
Go HERE for more.
Thnx to Rafael Z.A. for the foto; go HERE to see more of his work.


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Morgaine said...

Nice catch, Athana! I'll have to read this one. I read The Mists of Avalon, many years ago, in one sitting. I was in a trance. Giuliana sounds as if it might be another one of those.

Anonymous said...

I went to Scroogle, but I did not see a search box.