‘The Night the Stars Danced’ takes you back in time to 1145 southern France; a society where people believed in truth. A challenging, surprising journey into a world so different from our own.
“‘The Night the Stars Danced’ was awarded by the audience jury of the Golden Gull Literature Prize. The story is surprising and original. It moves but at the same time features a well-dosed dose of humour. The author knows how to bring her characters to life in a sophisticated way. Moreover, Shantah challenges her readers to think ‘out of the box’.”
When Paul Janssen visits southern France in Oct 2005, his life changes instantly when he gets in touch with a distant soul mate in a vision. It turns out to be a woman who used to live there. She invites him to go with her, back to 1145, so Paul will see for himself how different life was. A world opens up to him when he agrees, he discovers Occitania, the land where dissenters lived….
“This book rivals ‘Celestine Promise'” (audience jury Gouden Meeuw Literature Prize)
‘The Night the Stars Danced’ is a FairBook.