When Luftwaffe pilot Hermann Kaestner falls in love with a French clairvoyant, who will he be forced to betray - his country, his lover, or his own soul?
The world has now forgotten the Druidess of Brocéliande, but at the height of her fame she was predicting the fate of nations and the outcome of the war to thousands seated in the Salle Pleyel in Paris. In the streets outside, the French police were rounding up Jews while German officers were entertained in brothels and slept in the city’s best hotels.
Based on the lives of Geneviève Zaepffel and Abbé Henri Gillard, creator of a church dedicated to the Holy Grail.
‘Hauntingly beautiful.’ Five Stars San Francisco Book Review
‘A compelling tale of love and betrayal in occupied France’ Five Stars Manhattan Book Review
‘An extraordinary work of the compassionate imagination’ Lindsay Clarke, author The Chymical Wedding
‘Mysterious. Magical. Erotic. An incredible story.’ Mark Townsend, author The Gospel of Falling Down
‘Fascinating and completely engrossing.' Barbara Erskine, Sunday Times Bestselling author
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About the Author
'Gok Wan in search of God - that's Carr-Gomm' Peter Conrad, The Observer. Philip has a degree in psychology from University College London, trained in psychotherapy for adults at The Institute of Psychosynthesis, and in play therapy for children with Dr Rachel Pinney. He also trained in Montessori education and founded the Lewes Montessori School. He is the author or co-author of over a dozen books, including 'Sacred Places' and 'The Book of English Magic'. His latest book is a novel: 'The Prophecies: A Story of Obsession & Betrayal'.