How do children who are raised in religious cults cope with the challenges and complexities of life as adults? The unassuming nature of Peter Robertson’s writing provides a poignant glimpse into the tremendous side effects growing up in a cult in a country town has had on his emotional health and wellbeing.
Peter writes clearly and gently, with a focus on the details. The subtlety of Peter’s writing in The Red Coat creates a beautiful insight into life in the rural Tasmania of his youth, whilst exploring love, loss, tragedy and triumph. A beautiful read from beginning to end.
Karen Collyer, Editor & Author of “Shame, Guilt, surviving Martin Bryant” www.karencollyer.com
Peter is an angel who walks this planet with incredible healing abilities. This story is brave, fascinating, and gives an important insight into why we shut down and how we can open up and live with an undefended heart.
Rachael Jayne Groover – Creator of Art of Feminine Presence and best-selling author of “Divine Breadcrumbs”