Beyond the Veil

Beyond the Veil

Mirabelle Maslin / Oct 01, 2020
Beyond the Veil Spiral patterns in a book a strange tape of music from Russia and an oddly carved walking stick all have a profound effect on a group of friends in England Ellen is thirty something and alone until
  • Title: Beyond the Veil
  • Author: Mirabelle Maslin
  • ISBN: 9780954955144
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spiral patterns in a book, a strange tape of music from Russia, and an oddly carved walking stick all have a profound effect on a group of friends in England Ellen is thirty something and alone, until a chance meeting with a young widower, Adam Thomas, starts a chain of uncanny events which enthrall and endanger them both Choice and contingency, happenstance and coincideSpiral patterns in a book, a strange tape of music from Russia, and an oddly carved walking stick all have a profound effect on a group of friends in England Ellen is thirty something and alone, until a chance meeting with a young widower, Adam Thomas, starts a chain of uncanny events which enthrall and endanger them both Choice and contingency, happenstance and coincidence all blend to bring the two together, and lift the pall of loss covering their lives A rich backdrop of music, archaeology, books and plant lore enables the author of Beyond the Veil to touch deeper issues of bereavement, friendship, illness, recovery and the impact of objects from the past on our lives Altered states, heightened sensitivities and unseen communications are also explored, as is the nature of spiritual ecstasy, in a thoughtful novel that gives separate paths an unusual and satisfying convergence The debut novel from Mirabelle Maslin.
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    1. This was a half decent idea ruined by poor writing I bought it from a second hand shop, and it started quite well, but about fifty pages in I began to get the feeling it was either self published, or at best the output of a small press Whereas the characters in some books leap off the page, the characters in this book just lie there limp, twitching occasionally Reading it was rather like wading through peanut butter, and having got to the end I m wondering whether it was worth it This is clearly [...]


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