Why does every form of therapy—from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to reflexology—meet with a certain degree of success to change people’s lives?
In Help! OK. Richard O. Morgan, a retired teacher and former hypnotherapist, highlights the single thing all these different therapies have in common. Perhaps magic happens not because of the therapy we choose but by our cry for help being met by someone willing to listen.
Which raises the question: where do we find the right listener? The answer may surprise you.
"Well, enjoy your afternoon in the real world," said Aiden, giving her a big grin. "I'm going for an adventure."
Seventeen year old Aiden has done what few others ever achieve: he has taught himself to wield the eighteen magical runes. He dreams of adventure, yet he feels trapped in his life as a cloakmaker's apprentice. Then one day, amidst the flames of a burning building, Aiden has a chance encounter with an Eagle Rider—one of the elite magical guardians of the kingdom. When the Eagle Riders go missing, Aiden finds himself caught up in a conspiracy surrounding a long dead wizard.
Untrained and torn apart from his family, Aiden must embark on a dangerous journey in the hope of rescuing the few people powerful enough to save them all.