GOMA by Brendan Oman

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When SANDRA HARRISON is invited to visit the 'ancestral family home' in Ireland after an unwanted divorce, she has no way of knowing she is entering a world of mysterious 'sightings', unexplainable events, and pagan rituals shrouded in the mists of Celtic history. From the mysterious Fairy Hill to the Pulpit Rock and a strange hilltop amphitheater, to the beautiful gardens of the family GOMA, she finds she has embarked on a journey into a new dimension; a world of good and evil, beauty and sadness, religious zealots and innocent children. Only when she attends a meeting of the family elders and undergoes an age-old initiation is the truth finally revealed.

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Published February 11, 2013 by St. Clare Oman. 228 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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