Fiona Horne’s extraordinary journey through a metaphysically laced material world has all the breathtaking twists, turns, perils, redemption, and enlightenment of a fantasy novel merged with Siddhartha and Entertainment Weekly. This is her autobiography. It’s the late 70s and a 10-year-old girl builds an altar in the bushland of suburban Sydney. Stones, leaves, and flowers are offerings for her animal friends and the mystical creatures of her imagination. Hidden from the real world the girl feels accepted and safe. Alone in the bush she is a little pagan. Fast forward to the 90s and Fiona Horne is now the face of modern witchcraft, a bestselling author, a radio and TV personality, and a founding member of electro-rock group Def FX. She has Hollywood and the world at her fingertips. But simmering beneath the sparkling surface the demons lie in wait . . At once heartbreaking and inspirational, you will wonder how one person could pack so much into one life. Fiona Horne is the author of several bestselling books about modern witchcraft. She is also a commercial pilot, world-record-holding skydiver, and professional fire dancer. Fiona now lives on the Caribbean island of Saint Croix and is an outreach program coordinator and humanitarian aid worker, flying school supplies, building tools, and clothing to impoverished communities. An Autobiography, by Fiona Home. 6 x 9, 224 pages, 8 illustrations.