Call Of An Angel is a non-fiction, spirituality book and is ideal for those who believe in connections to angels and the energies of the universe.
Written from the author’s own experiences and set mainly in a rural Irish location, this book follows the chance awakening of the author’s spiritual channels. I enjoyed the journey, especially the chapters about connecting with nature, healing animals, and planting a garden, then a wood, for nature to thrive in.
The book is inspiring on many levels; it may be that a reader has their own angelic stories, or that they want to do more to save the world we live in. I’m glad the author persevered and brought this book to fruition; may it be the first of many.
The remarkable true story of angels and spirits appearing in the lives of an ordinary working mum and her two teenage sons, living quietly in a remote corner of Ireland.
This was no chance meeting between heaven and earth and they soon became part of a phenomenon that would change their lives forever.
‘In the still silence of the night, I said a little prayer asking the angels never to do anything that might startle me. Feeling somewhat reassured by this, I snuggled down and drifted off to sleep. I am not so sure I would have been quite so easily placated if I had had any notion of the sheer volume of angels and spirits that were soon to come into my life at every opportunity and everywhere I went, from that night forward.’
Call of an Angel will appeal to a wide audience, including the many fans of angel author Lorna Byrne, and the growing force of modern millennial followers of angel gurus Kyle Gray and Radleigh Valentine.