Monday, October 10, 2022

#BookReview: Daughter of the Mighty Ones by Soror Syrinx

Synopsis: An epistle for my imaginary daughter, as a reflection and symbolic journey for men and women into paths of the High Priestess and the Empress, the Divine Feminine, with influences from Aleister Crowley, Kenneth Grant, Dion Fortune and a selection of Gnostic texts to instruct my child in the New Aeon.


Rating: 2 Stars
My Review: Unfortunately for me this story felt like a mess.  I think it had a good foundation but the execution of the story just fell from the bar.  I found myself being very confused at times and just lost at others.  I think that if this was taken to another editor and maybe someone who deals with content editing it could be so much better. But again this is just my opinion.  

Soror Syrinx is the author of She of the Silver Star, Traversing the Scarlet Path, Throwing it on the Circle, etc.  --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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