In the second book of George Wilson’s enthralling meditations, the author traces the next phase of his life during which he continued work in heavy industry which took him and his family to Scotland, Wales and Africa. During this time his personal spiritual philosophy – first outlined in Book 1, At Last I Know and based on his regular contemplation of the everyday and seemingly mundane – expands and develops. Here it is cleverly interwoven with the author’s biographical recollections, until, tragically, the two collide with the death of his son at age twenty-one. At this point George and his wife Gillian manage after much tribulation and personal pain to find solace in spiritualism, and George’s meditations take on a new and greater depth and profundity. This moving and enlightening sequel will be warmly welcomed by all those who enjoyed At
Last I Know, but is equally accessible for those not yet familiar with the author’s work.