Gwydion Turner, purple-clad, acid-fried, occult-obsessed Glastonbury sixties throwback, claimed to be upset at Jefferson Airplane having stolen ‘his’ riff to use in their hit ‘White Rabbit’. Things could have been so different for Sonic Kaleidoscope, or so he thinks. But just who, or what, is he? The people of Glastonbury know only so much, although to them he is but one of any number of eccentric curiosities who grace the streets of their town. For the best part of the last decade, he has devoted himself to the ‘Great Work’, which he now believes himself to be upon the brink of realising; an esoteric activity that many, if not most, would regard as both incredible, and insane.
One night in September 1985, his partial disclosure of the nature of his occult activities reveals him to be far from the harmless buffoon that people had supposed. There is, it seems, a whiff of death about the man.
A novella set amidst the world of Glastonbury’s occult counterculture. For a preview, or to purchase and download for 99p or 99c, please click on the cover image above. It is free to read for Kindle Unlimited subscribers.