An absolute classic, this comforting and soulful read remains as popular today as it was 25 years ago. This beautiful edition, featuring an embossed gold cover, with celtic script peppering the main text makes a gorgeous gift.
Born in 1956 to a native Gaelic-speaking family, John O'Donohue was raised in the Burren Region of Clare—an ancient part of Ireland steeped in its unique geological and cultural history.
His work as a poet and scholar unveils Celtic spirituality and its precious messages about friendship, belonging and creativity. This heartfelt book pays homage to nature, offering in-depth wisdom on life, love, and grief from the Celts who believed gods were everywhere—in mountains, rivers, and the heavens.
This paperback book has 280 pages, and measures 19.5 x 13cm