Marilyn is a memoir of one woman’s journey to seek the ever-illusive "SELF." Marilyn shares her journey from Canada
to England, Wales and Ireland as she visits known places of self discovery-Stonehenge, Chalice Well, Glastonbury Abbey and
Tintagel. We move with her through her confusion, her anger and her realization that her life is not what it seems. We listen
to her arguments in an effort to regain her composure based on years of training and discipline only to watch it crumble at
her feet. Finally she emerges a stronger, wiser woman full of "Self."
location descriptions are vivid giving the reader a true sense of being there. Armchair travelers will love the imaginary
feeling of the drizzle settling on their faces as they gaze at thousand- year- old structures. The author mentions in one
chapter that she would like to become a good storyteller as she listens to a local woman describe the beauty and superstition
surrounding her hometown. This reviewer feels that she has achieved this and Questing Marilyn is an excellent example of her
story telling skill.
one of us is on our own personal quest to find our life’s purpose, our "soul", if you will. This book will give readers
some insight into one person’s search and the conclusions she draws. It will stimulate readers to look with earnest,
travel farther and dig deeper to find their own "Holy Grail."
Marilyn Barnicke Belleghem is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist with a Masters degree in adult education and applied
psychology. She is a sought after counsellor, consultant and speaker.
Recommended to anyone on a quest.
Reviewed by Shirley
Roe, Allbooks Reviews