Just finished reading it. That was a very unusual book. I could hardly detect anything in it which I would describe as Druidry in the normal sense. The author was very assertive, constantly describing what he thought Druids ought to be like, but said very little about it as a path. It does say a lot in terms of religion and what we should and should not be doing; on the other hand, I did not think that it contained much practical advice. It was more like a prescription for action. It reminded me a little of Bobcat’s Living With Honour, only more abstract. It is like a very long essay which you are required to think about.