Graven Images

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  • Paperback
  • 326 pages
  • Graven Images
  • Ray Norris
  • English
  • 02 July 2017
  • 0980657016

Graven Images 2005 The Year Of The London Tube Bombings Within The Gentle Ranks Of The Pagan Movement Lurks A Sinister Group That Uses Scaremongering And Terrorism To Restore Witchcraft As Britain S Primary Religion A Young Cambridge Biologist, Owen, Penetrates Their Cabal While Seeking To Avenge The Death Of His Archaeologist Girlfriend, Whom He Believes Was Killed To Halt Her Research Into Bronze Age Stone Circles Owen Dismisses Beliefs In Wicca And Witchcraft As Superstition, But Applies His Scientific Reasoning To Decode Ancient Legends, And Discovers A Secret That Will Transform Modern Religion After Being Drawn Into A Terrorist Plot, He Finds Himself Sliding Helplessly From Respected Academic To Hunted Criminal, Out Of His Depth In Lies And Intrigue Graven Images Draws Connections Between The Byways Of Historical Fact, University Politics, And Contemporary Culture It S A Provocative Adventure Whose Nail Biting Tension Is Lightened By Moments Of Comedy, Leaving You Wondering How Much Of This Is Really Fiction More Info On Www.gravenimages.com.au

10 thoughts on “Graven Images

  1. Kristy Johnston says:

    I loved this book Its about a young English scientist who tries to find out who killed his girlfriend, and ends up getting caught up in an evil band of terrorists who are trying to get paganism restored as a 1 religion But instead he finds an amazing secretIts a beautiful plot, and I loved the main character, Owen sigh Its one of those rare books that sometimes gets you on the edge of your seat, sometimes leaves you teary, and other times moments of humour which make you laugh aout l I loved this book Its about a young English scientist who tries to find out who killed his girlfriend, and ends up getting caught up in an evil band of terrorists who are trying to get paganism restored as a 1 religion...

  2. Anne Middle says:

    The author of Graven Images is quite a well known astronomer, so I was expecting this first novel to either be sci fi or a geeky attempt at literature Instead, I was pleasantly surprised to find a well rounded, very readable page turner which revolves around the protagonist, Owen The whole book is from his point of view, but Owen is very fallible, and sometimes gets it wrong, which adds to the depth and enjoyment Owen has a lovely complicated character which grows depth through the book The The author of Graven Images is quite a well known astronomer, so I was expecting this first novel to either be sci fi or a geeky attempt at literature Instead, I was pleasantly surprised to find a well rounded, very readable page turner which revolves around the protagonist, Owen The whole book is from his point of view, but Owen is very fallible, and sometimes gets it wrong, which adds to the depth and enjoyment Owen has a lovely complicated character which grows depth through the book The other characters are not quite so deep but it s a lovely cross section of different...

  3. Anne Edmunds says:

    This is a beautiful book I loved the descriptions of Dartmoor, and some of the ceremonies are so vividly described But above all it s a mystery book, with this awful sense of looming dread that slowly rises through the book You ve got to read it

  4. Sylvia says:

    This is a first novel about a young man who, even though he s an atheist, tries to join a Wiccan group to find out who killed his girlfriend I loved the main character, and its got a plot which twists and turns so you want to know what happens next and cant put it down

  5. Emily Ashworth says:

    Just finished it It s a brilliant book about a young scientist who gets drawn into Wicca against all his prejudices, and ends up making great discoveries about the origins of Wicca.

  6. James Maxwell says:

    Not bad for a first novel A good suspenseful plot line, and the main character Owen is very strong Some of the other characters are a bit weak, and the baddies are definitely OTT But it keeps you going to the end A good read.

  7. Shannon Knight says:

    This book was so uneven could have benefited from a good editor It was slow for the entire first half but I guess I liked the main character well enough to stick with it Or really wanted to know what was going to happen I m not sure, but something made me stick with it Around 2 3 in it really picked up steam, and it had a satisfying ending I feel bad I m not sure I really recommend it or not I guess if you re into Wicca, maybe, you might be...

  8. Kimberley Davis says:

    Brilliant

  9. Tania Poole says:

    Quite an interesting read If only wiccans and pagans were this interesting, but we are yet to see wiccan terrorists out there.

  10. Michelle Crosby says:

    A bit of a slow start, but gets going in the middle which makes it worth persisting