The Eye of Ra was my first book and inspired by my belief in spiritualism. It covers the issues such as mediumship, re-incarnation and healing. It also covers issues facing the world, such as overpopulation and war but it shows a way forward. Joshua turns out to be our saviour along with his eleven disciples. While you could argue there is a religious theme and it has been suggested that Joshua refers to the second coming of Christ but Joshua is also in some respects a very ordinary human, although he is completely non violent he swears and drinks and has sex. ‘If we rely on virgins to save the world we are totally f….d.’ The flippant remark Chloe said to Joshua when she discovered he had been raped by his stepmother has profound meaning. The future of our planet will not be decided by the people in cloth however good intentioned they may be. Our fate will always rest firmly in the hands of the people in power and the ones that placed them there. Purity in body shouldn’t be confused with purity of soul. The love Joshua and Chloe share is as important to them as saving the world, they are intrinsically linked. Love in its purist form leads to happiness and contentment. when people are content they have no desire or need to harm others.