#Read E-pub ⚣ Triad: A Novel of the Supernatural ⚸ eBook or E-pub free

Well, the only reason I ve heard of this book is because it may have been where Stevie Nicks got the name Rhiannon for her famous Welsh witch song I really liked this book a lot Admittedly, I generally enjoy stories that are interwoven with older tales of Mythology I don t have much knowledge of Welsh mythology, so the telling of the older tales in the story was very interesting for me I also studied psychology in school so I was impressed how the psychoanalysis in the book was handled as it Well, the only reason I ve heard of this book is because it may have been where Stevie Nicks got the name Rhiannon for her famous Welsh witch song I really liked this book a lot Admittedly, I generally enjoy stories that are interwoven with older tales of Mythology I don t have much knowledge of Welsh mythology, so the telling of the older tales in the story was very interesting for me I also studied psychology in school so I was impressed how the psychoanalysis in the book was handled as it was written in 1973 The final thing I really enjoyed about this book was the poetic language and how nature and dreamscapes were described in such detail For a short book, it did take me several days to read however as a bit of the book deals with mundane tasks such as house painting, dish washing, and laundry Branwen and her husband Alan, reeling from the death of their baby son, move into an old house hoping that the renovation project will be a welcome focus to help them move on from the tragedy Alan s job means he travels a lot so Branwen is frequently left alone in the house Soon Branwen starts to experience periods of time that she has no recollection of, and events that she doesn t recall happening Is she being haunted Is she possessed Or is it all in her head This was such a unique and wo Branwen and her husband Alan, reeling from the death of their baby son, move into an old house hoping that the renovation project will be a welcome focus to help them move on from the tragedy Alan s job means he travels a lot so Branwen is frequently left alone in the house Soon Branwen starts to experience periods of time that she has no recollection of, and events that she doesn t recall happening Is she being haunted Is she possessed Or is it all in her head This was such a unique and wonderful read, full of interesting themes and elements supernatural, psychological, folklore and mythology I really enjoyed her writing, it has a mesmerising quality that drew me in By the end I was left wanting a littlebut this was still a very interesting and enjoyable read #Read E-pub ì Triad: A Novel of the Supernatural ⚷ Book by Mary Leader She rules her life like a fine skylarkShe certainly does This book, I mostly read as a fan of Fleetwood Mac I actually bought it second hand, whoever owned it before me used one of their concert stubs as a book mark The Rhiannon in this book is truly terrifying, and it certainly is well crafted and compelling, though at times, the narrative voice loses its personality and it is sometimes hard to follow It s a lot like The Exorcist, Rosemary s Baby and Primal Fear rolled into one And d She rules her life like a fine skylarkShe certainly does This book, I mostly read as a fan of Fleetwood Mac I actually bought it second hand, whoever owned it before me used one of their concert stubs as a book mark The Rhiannon in this book is truly terrifying, and it certainly is well crafted and compelling, though at times, the narrative voice loses its personality and it is sometimes hard to follow It s a lot like The Exorcist, Rosemary s Baby and Primal Fear rolled into one And definitely worth a read Part ghost story, part lesson in mythology, part story of mental illness, this book took me by surprise I 100% bought this book because it was the book Stevie Nicks read which later inspired the song Rhiannon I got so muchout of this book than just a well, now I ve read that It is not what I expected in the slightest The characters were very forward thinking for 1973, and I loved that Branwen being treated as a whole person no pun intended was refreshing.Why did Mary Leader only Part ghost story, part lesson in mythology, part story of mental illness, this book took me by surprise I 100% bought this book because it was the book Stevie Nicks read which later inspired the song Rhiannon I got so muchout of this book than just a well, now I ve read that It is not what I expected in the slightest The characters were very forward thinking for 1973, and I loved that Branwen being treated as a whole person no pun intended was refreshing.Why did Mary Leader only write two books Did anyone else feel like she might be an anglophile based on some of her word choices I had to remind myself this story was taking place in the mid west It was short, but it was potent Highly recommend This book really needs a reprint When I found this book online I couldn t resist buying it I d been searching independent and second hand bookstores for ages, and even suggesting that the library look into finding a copy As a big Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks fan, of course I wanted to read the book that inspired Rhiannon It was a bit different to what I was expecting, but definitely enjoyable. This is the book Stevie Nicks got the name Rhiannon from, even though at the time she had no idea who Rhiannon really was From this book I learned that John doesnt know how to return books If you love Stevie Nicks this is a must read She read this book and the name Rhiannon in the book inspired her song of the now famous Welsh Witch. Seriously just the coolest thing reading the book that inspired Stevie Nicks to write Rhiannon And it did not disappoint Completely different from what I normally read and I really enjoyed it So happy to own this book, never letting it go. Branwen Ericsson and her husband Alan have purchased a deteriorating old mansion on the outskirts of a small town after they lost their infant son to sudden crib death Branwen is a free lance writer and her husband is a civil engineer and spends a lot of his time traveling, leaving Branwen to spends days on end absorbed in either her own writing or reading books for personal pleasure When she needs to do some research, she drives into the local small town and visits the local library She is b Branwen Ericsson and her husband Alan have purchased a deteriorating old mansion on the outskirts of a small town after they lost their infant son to sudden crib death Branwen is a free lance writer and her husband is a civil engineer and spends a lot of his time traveling, leaving Branwen to spends days on end absorbed in either her own writing or reading books for personal pleasure When she needs to do some research, she drives into the local small town and visits the local library She is bewildered when she receives a late notice on a book that she is sure she would never have checked out Her first inclination is that her husband is trying to play a cruel joke on her But as the lonely days pass in the old mansion, Branwen starts to discover other odd events and missing pieces of time When Alan returns home from a business trip, Branwen discovers that next morning that she had played a role changing game with him in the bedroom the night before, having him call her by the name of a long dead cousin Rhiannon Branwen is horrified to hear this news and it sends her into a tail spin of horrible events and eventually to seeing a psychiatrist to try and decide if she is truly going crazy or if the unimaginable has happened her spiteful cousin has come back from the dead to posses her body Although this book was written in 1973 and some of the items were dated, the writing was still full of imagery and the creepiness was classic A bit of trivia this was the novel that Stevie Nicks read that gave her the inspiration to write the song Rhiannon