I give this book, in my feline wisdom - 5 stars. As a cat of purely Irish descent, although I have some Iranian through my persian line, I believe this to be one of the better books written by a cat on Druidry. I should explain, Brendan is not in fact the writer of this book I am. He is purely the Ghost Writer. Unable to master the use of a computer keyboard I found it necessary to employ his services when he came to visit due to my inability to press the keys, and the fact that I kept eating the mouse half way through writing each chapter.
I am in fact the real author, and taught Brendan everything I know, including catching birds, mice and the licking thing. Although I give it five stars for my own work, I only give Brendan three as he didn't stroke me enough or give me enough milk. For more information read the intro of this book!
Another title of this book may well be The Chalice of Druid Wisdom for such is the achievement of the author that it far surpasses any other book written on the subject of what it is to be a Druid and is well illustrated with drawings and photographs.
The research is that of a learned person in truth for it is a well crafted document, that skilfully carries the reader's eye and interest from the very first page to the end.
This is a book that I highly recommend to those interested in the practise of Druids in particular for both the apprentice druid to use as a study and for the professed druid to gain further insights of their chosen path.
Melvyn Lloyd Ard Draoi of The Owl Grove & Founder of the Hibernian Order Of Druids.