Magonia review my recently published book, The World's Weirdest Places, and say in part:
"One of the first things that one notices is Mr Redfern’s animated demeanour. It is what is generally known as infectious. His passion for his subject jumps, as the old saw has it, off the page and jollies the reader along in the manner of a cheery, yet knowledgeable tour guide. There is certainly a positive quality akin to good, old-fashioned storytelling about his narratives that leads an unsuspecting reader into some truly odd places. And my, but those places are very odd indeed! Forests where werewolves sprint into the ancient woodland, black dogs glare from baleful, red eyes that threaten impossibly from fairy tales, long-past underground civilisations made from gold; all of these wonders and yet more are waiting to be discovered by those looking for the less usual happenings in our own world."
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