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After succumbing to a mysterious voice on the wind while out walking one day through The Ancient Forest of Pathfinders, Wonder and the Medicine Wheels - A Rainbow Warrior's Tale, follows the spiritual story of an inquisitive boy named Wonder who embarks on a life-changing journey of self-discovery, where he comes across a forgotten land famed in legend as The Kingdom of the Crystal Lake.

There, the child enters into a mystical world where he meets with a beautiful mermaid who imparts to him a message of great adventure, long foretold in prophecy, about the return of the Rainbow Warriors, destined to rekindle the ancient teachings of Mother Earth.

An epic parable written in the classical metaphor of The Hero's Journey, Wonder and The Medicine Wheels - A Rainbow Warrior's Tale, is a truly beautiful story that inspires and encourages the listener in the importance of listening to one's heart and dreams, no matter what life's puzzles and challenges, both highs and lows, have to present to us.

©2000 Pàl Ó'Siadhail (P)2000 Pàl Ó'Siadhail

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mystical and magical tale of wonder

this book takes you to another world. a world that we dream of. the story of wonder opens your mind to the natural world we live. great read or listen. Narration is clear and full of energy. enjoy.

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A mystical tale of words spun into timeless wisdom

In the tradition of great story-tellers and poets, here breathes a tale of questioning, personal exploration and mystery as old as humanities existence.
The classical style lends mystery and charm, emphatically delivered in the passionate tones of the author, whose wayfaring knows no bounds.
An intense, linguistically-musical, rich experience, which unveils itself ever more with each listening, linking into and unlocking our hearts, minds and souls through a deepening of subtle perception of the natural world of which we are born.
Here plays a mystical, bouncing journey through the cycles of life which rekindles an ancient yearning in the heart. I felt a call to return to nature's healing forces, full of archetypes and imagination.
A deep, richly-coloured, beautiful experience of timeless abandon accompanied my listening to this tale.
Highly recommended!!