Ok, at this time it goes like this;
The Book of English Magic by Phillip Carr-Gomm & Richard Heygate. Very interesting and informative. I like the things to do and places to visit sections very much.
"Eclipse" the 3rd book in the Twilight series by Stephanie Meyer. Don't know why I'm drawn to these I just am. In this book though I am getting bored by the eternal love triangle....I wish she would just cut to the action, find myself "speed reading" through never ending sections of mushy poor teen romance to get back to the story....
Just finished a really intriguing booklet I picked up on holiday called "The White Witches" a History of Charmers, by Rose Mullins. Photos and anecdotes of Cornish cunning folk who healed by "Charming". Really absorbing and a nice diversion on a long journey.
"No one has any right to buy and sell the earth for private gain. By theft and murder, they steal the land; Now everywhere the walls rise up at their command." The Diggers c. 1649