One Life is Not Enough

Written with panache in the tradition of Dion Fortune, Mary Bishop regales us with a compelling story based on two lives time-lines of intertwined relationships, illustrating Spiritual Truths of the consequences for one’s actions through time and space. The author, authoritatively versed in matters Spiritual, presents the principles of reincarnation, life after death and the persistence of patterns called ‘karma’, in an easy-to-understand way, through storytelling. It feels like a channelled piece of writing. The characters are detailed, relatable, and convincing, and the clusters of relationships believable from the first encounter to the end of the tale in another time and place. The historical settings are authentic and well described and the language used is time appropriate.