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The Wilderness Diary (first edition - retired)

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The Wilderness Diary charts the struggle and conflict arising out of Personal Sorrow and Present World Crises. For 40 days and 40 nights, a Magical Adept goes AWOL from life and from the Raven Agency at The Tower, London. Painfully lost after the death of his father, he is haunted by Ravens and wanders into City Madness. In the Urban Wasteland of his Heart he finds an ...more
Paperback, 430 pages
Published December 21st 2012 by Createspace (first published December 16th 2012)
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Mark Pepperday
Sep 20, 2014 Mark Pepperday rated it it was amazing
a most unusual and thought provoking read. It's always sad to lose someone you love and you feel the main characters anguish at the loss of his father. Lost in a 40 day wilderness we witness the main characters fearful and sorrowful adventure but always clinging on to hope which can be such a healer. Fantastical, magical trips thro time mtg celebrated names from the past adds a brilliant dimention. In capturing their thoughts and words at an historic moment in time Keith Brazil brings these ...more
Jaytee
Sep 17, 2014 Jaytee rated it it was amazing
A most unique, thought provoking, challenging, emotionally moving and likely controversial read

I think I can safely say that this is the first book that I have ever read that caused me to experience the full range of emotions, from tears to joy and in addition caused me to spontaneously read out loud many sections. Not my usual type of book but I'm heartily glad that I read it all the way to the end.
Keith Brazil
Oct 13, 2015 Keith Brazil rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Keith Brazil was born in Broadstairs, Kent, England. He trained in Dance Theatre at Laban Trinity Conservatoire, London, and was a founder member of ‘Adventures In Motion Pictures’ Dance Company. He has worked as a freelance professional dancer, choreographer, teacher, and dance lecturer. Keith has also trained as a Complementary Therapist in Spiritual Healing and Reflexology. He gained a degree ...more
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