I ive it five stars The Alchemical Horseman drew me in throughout reading it and kept me enthralled in its writings I wish i read it right away when i first received it as once I started I couldn t put it down Now I m tempted to read it all over again And probably will I received the. “A richly entertaining story of love courage determination and personal transformation A must read” Deepak Chopra wwwalchemicalhorsemancomJeremy James author of the best selling book The Byerly Turk returns with a ripping and symbolic novel exploring the mysterious spirit of the horse the ancient art of alchemy and the power of the individual to change the world for the.
Lot sounded very interesting and right up my alley But in all honesty I couldn t et past the first chapter I just didn t find the writing style one that worked for me The descriptions were so dense too much said when less would do for me I like a little room to move in a story I uess. Ies of these two men begin to overlap as past and future come together with a startling warning about our own present circumstances What is the real monster that Xavier must overcome And will he succeed in his passage through the 7 alchemical steps of transformationThe 22 chapters are named after the 22 cards of the Major Arcana of The Tarot the journey from Fool to The World.
Book free through oodreads I really liked this book It took me a few pages to The Ancient Greeks: Ten Ways They Shaped the Modern World get into it because the world at the start is particularly unpleasant but I was soon hooked and finished the book in three days i want a big blue brave horse I really really wanted to like this book The Better Written in a uniue lyrical style THE ALCHEMICAL HORSEMAN tells the parallel stories of a young man called Xavier Perdue seeking to break free from a dystopianreed driven society – and his medieval counterpart a knight set upon a perilous uest accompanied by an enigmatic Blue Horse and an emerald eyed enchantress Battling outer odds fighting inner demons; the destin.
JJ has spent his life working in developing countries with cattle and horses and once with Rendili Masai Samburu and Somali drovers walked a herd of 86 camels from Somalia to Tanzania In the 1990s during the last stages of the Balkan Wars he ran the State Lipizzaner Stud in Bosnia He has worked with horses of burden in economically deprived communities across the world from the rubbish du