Little Eden: A Magic Book
by KT King
2012. Little Eden, London, England.
The beautiful sanctuary town of Little Eden is under threat.
Human greed, selfishness and disregard are about to turn the last 1,000 years to dust.
Robert Bartlett-Hart must make a choice.
With the help his friends (plus plenty of tea and cake), Robert learns that there is more at stake than just Little Eden.
Something lies at the heart of Abbey; something that stands between mankind and Armegeddon.
The friends must navigate past lives, other dimensions, and even Heaven itself, to find a way to save Little Eden and themselves.
Will Little Eden survive to usher in a new age, or will humanity perish with it?
5 out of 5
After reading this, I really wish I could visit Little Eden. I would love to meet Robert (and his friends) for tea one day. An old-fashioned haven in a modern world, Little Eden isn’t your typical small town. With more than meets the eye going on, this is more than a struggle between good and evil. On one side you have greed, and the weight of materialistic desires, on the other spiritual growth and ascension to a higher plane. I greatly enjoyed the depth and complexity of the story and characters, and I’m looking forward to book two.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
As you’ll be able to tell from reading Little Eden, I love afternoon tea, all things spiritual and work as a complimentary therapist. After four years of studying French at the University of Lancaster I spent a year studying in Cambridge before heading off to Australia and New Zealand for a year. I have wanted to write since being five years old it has only taken me forty years to fulfill my dreams! French, Gothic and Romantic Literature heavily influence my own style of writing as do cinema and television, in particular I am inspired by directors such as Hitchock, Luhrmann and Branaugh. I love crafting, up cycling and a bit of shabby chic! I sell some of my handmade jewellery in my Etsy shop where all the gifts inspired by Little Eden. I meditate daily and would love to exercise more than the ME/CFS allows me too! I eat way too much chocolate these days as I chill out watching TV adaptations of cosy crime novels.