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A stunning novel of family secrets, ancient magic and healing - perfect for fans of Barbara Erskine and Christina Courtenay. Ruth Turner has a unique ability. She can walk through time, seeing the village, religious community and inhabitants as they used to be. Abandoned by her philandering husband, she makes new friends amongst village leaders, Greg Iles, the village black A stunning novel of family secrets, ancient magic and healing - perfect for fans of Barbara Erskine and Christina Courtenay. Ruth Turner has a unique ability. She can walk through time, seeing the village, religious community and inhabitants as they used to be. Abandoned by her philandering husband, she makes new friends amongst village leaders, Greg Iles, the village blacksmith, Granny Compson, a retired farmer's wife and Lord Peter Brazington, the prickly Earl of Haverliegh, owner of Roelswick Estate. As Ruth learns more about village history, she uncovers many secrets, which change her life and affect her closest friends, putting her at the centre of ghostly retribution. Can she use her new knowledge to unravel the cause of all the trouble before her community is torn apart again? A Necessary Blessing is the first book in the Roeslwick Chronicles by Sarah Head. Set deep in the heart of the Cotswolds, it charts the story of a rural village where modern and ancient practice work side by side. Where past beliefs inform present customs, promoting future action, we understand how water is a necessary blessing to us all.


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A stunning novel of family secrets, ancient magic and healing - perfect for fans of Barbara Erskine and Christina Courtenay. Ruth Turner has a unique ability. She can walk through time, seeing the village, religious community and inhabitants as they used to be. Abandoned by her philandering husband, she makes new friends amongst village leaders, Greg Iles, the village black A stunning novel of family secrets, ancient magic and healing - perfect for fans of Barbara Erskine and Christina Courtenay. Ruth Turner has a unique ability. She can walk through time, seeing the village, religious community and inhabitants as they used to be. Abandoned by her philandering husband, she makes new friends amongst village leaders, Greg Iles, the village blacksmith, Granny Compson, a retired farmer's wife and Lord Peter Brazington, the prickly Earl of Haverliegh, owner of Roelswick Estate. As Ruth learns more about village history, she uncovers many secrets, which change her life and affect her closest friends, putting her at the centre of ghostly retribution. Can she use her new knowledge to unravel the cause of all the trouble before her community is torn apart again? A Necessary Blessing is the first book in the Roeslwick Chronicles by Sarah Head. Set deep in the heart of the Cotswolds, it charts the story of a rural village where modern and ancient practice work side by side. Where past beliefs inform present customs, promoting future action, we understand how water is a necessary blessing to us all.

49 review for A Necessary Blessing

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bo0kSLoth

    ** 4.5 stars. ** Before I begin, let me say that this book took me my surprise. It was not at all what I expected, in a good way. When it began, I suppose I expected it to develop into a mystery/romance - it didn't!! It takes place in a part of England that has a past is rich in history and a community that follows the ways of the past passed down to them through family. It is here that Ruth felt drawn to an apple orchard thinking, she and her husband would find a sense of community but all it has ** 4.5 stars. ** Before I begin, let me say that this book took me my surprise. It was not at all what I expected, in a good way. When it began, I suppose I expected it to develop into a mystery/romance - it didn't!! It takes place in a part of England that has a past is rich in history and a community that follows the ways of the past passed down to them through family. It is here that Ruth felt drawn to an apple orchard thinking, she and her husband would find a sense of community but all it has been is a lonely existence for Ruth as her husband left her for 'important city life'. So she waits alone until it comes crashing down. This is not a romance book. Though Ruth is finding herself after the betrayal of her cheating husband, she is not looking to find that 'rebound romance'. She is looking to find herself. The self that her husband almost extinguished in their marriage. The book shows the ties that a community coming together for one person, bringing her into the fold. The importance of being a part of something. This book is a wonderful blend of the journey of her insecurities, self-doubts, triumphs, finding that sense of belonging she always wanted, and being comfortable being herself. It is a book full of intrigue and mystery; secrets and lies as Ruth struggles to come to terms with who she is. When she realizes that a part of her sees echos from the past and that she can she ghosts that some are there to guide and others harm. She takes a leap of faith and tells her new friends not knowing their reactions. Will they except her? I read (listened really) this book in one day. I was engrossed in the story, in knowing what was going to happen. There where times when I felt like the book lagged a little due to inconsequential things, but overall the story was a delight to read. From the growth of Ruth's character to the mystery of Isaac's ghost, even the echos of the monks, it was woven together so we'll in to this story that I really hope that there will be another one too come

  2. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Install

    I have had the honour of hearing this read out in stages, by the author, as it was being written, so I was already expecting good things. Reading the final version now though, I was struck once again with how well constructed Sarah Head's world is - how beautifully it is described and how deftly she manages to walk the line between fantasy and reality. The author's tone is wonderfully pastoral, and her knowledge on the subjects contained within the book is delivered naturally and without any feel I have had the honour of hearing this read out in stages, by the author, as it was being written, so I was already expecting good things. Reading the final version now though, I was struck once again with how well constructed Sarah Head's world is - how beautifully it is described and how deftly she manages to walk the line between fantasy and reality. The author's tone is wonderfully pastoral, and her knowledge on the subjects contained within the book is delivered naturally and without any feeling of being either patronised or left confused. The world of A Necessary Blessing is rich, and I should very much like to read more about the village and it's inhabitants. A lovely debut.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sue

    A Necessary Blessing is the kind of book that appears to promise you a tale of the modern domestic woes of a downtrodden wife, abandoned by her faithless husband, then leads you on a merry dance in quite a different direction - and an enchanting one at that. As Ruth begins an uphill journey towards recovery after the break up of her marriage, helped along by the villagers who come rallying to her side, she begins to pick up the threads of her former self, allowing the skills that she has buried A Necessary Blessing is the kind of book that appears to promise you a tale of the modern domestic woes of a downtrodden wife, abandoned by her faithless husband, then leads you on a merry dance in quite a different direction - and an enchanting one at that. As Ruth begins an uphill journey towards recovery after the break up of her marriage, helped along by the villagers who come rallying to her side, she begins to pick up the threads of her former self, allowing the skills that she has buried deep to resurface - skills that mark her out as particularly suited to the close knit community of Roeslwick as it turns out for, pardon the Sixth Sense pun, Ruth can 'see dead people'. As she learns more about Roelswick and its history, through her interactions with a lovely cast of characters (both living and ghostly), it becomes clear that Ruth is connected to this village in ways she never knew, and destiny has led her here to assume a mantle of responsibility that has always been hers to wear. But I don't want to delve too much into that here for fear of spoilers - suffice to say that I thoroughly enjoyed putting together all the pieces alongside Ruth, and our author, Sarah Head, spins out the mystery beautifully, revealing just enough at opportune moments to keep you absorbed right to the very end. This is a bit of a genre busting kind of book, rich in folklore and the weight of past misdeeds, that mixes supernatural elements with historical fiction, romance, cosy mystery and domestic drama. Sarah Head brings history alive (often literally!) in these pages and I really enjoyed the way folklore, pagan traditions, and the mystical properties of water weave throughout the book, blending with the more modern elements in a way which works surprisingly well. There are some beautifully drawn relationships between Ruth and other villagers as her status changes from outsider to spiritual guide and stalwart of the village that were really rather lovely too - and the theme of wronged woman who rediscovers her strength, and finds love, is always very compelling. I didn't know what to expect when I started reading this debut novel, but it turned out to be something of a quirky little gem that completely drew me in. There is a superb little hook at the end that serves to lead the reader into the next book in the series, and I cannot wait to find out what happens to Ruth and the Roelswick gang in the next instalment!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Frances

    Unemployed and husbandless, Ruth Turner finds herself isolated in her own house, set in the rolling hills of the rural English countryside. After a disastrous walk, she finds comfort and solace with the local villagers, who rally to help her. Encouraged by her somewhat reluctant freedom, Ruth discovers more about the history of the town, it’s spiritual origins, the former inhabitants, and – most importantly – her own abilities. I did enjoy this read, though I must admit that I wasn’t entirely con Unemployed and husbandless, Ruth Turner finds herself isolated in her own house, set in the rolling hills of the rural English countryside. After a disastrous walk, she finds comfort and solace with the local villagers, who rally to help her. Encouraged by her somewhat reluctant freedom, Ruth discovers more about the history of the town, it’s spiritual origins, the former inhabitants, and – most importantly – her own abilities. I did enjoy this read, though I must admit that I wasn’t entirely convinced by the first couple of chapters. The prose was a little bumpy and at times the plot felt scrambled and difficult to follow. Similarly, the choice to begin the novel in medias res was a little confusing; I would have preferred more narrative on Ruth, her background and existing relationships, so our emotional investment in her story was heightened, and so we could better understand the impact of her husband’s adultery. I did, however, find the premise of the story really interesting and liked the idea that it wasn’t a simply time-travel trope. Head, moreover, does not fall back on the well-established trend of allowing romance to push her central character’s development. Ruth’s strange abilities mean that she undergoes a much more personal transformation, and that itself was a refreshing change from other literature in this genre. Once you get past the complexities of the first couple of chapters, the plot unfolds very nicely, and Ruth’s journey of rural history and self-discovery can be polished off within a few hours of reading. I’m looking forward to the next book in the Roeslwick Chronicles. Thank you to NetGalley and BooksGoSocial for providing me with an ARC for this novel.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mystica

    Normally the supernatural, the paranormal and unexplained happenings are not my scene. I've just realized that with the pandemic and enforced isolation, I am picking up lots of books which are uncommon, intriguing and opening my eyes to another universe. Ruth is a strange bird. She can walk through time, see people from generations past, hear what they have to say, even understand a language which she does not know. Abandoned by a horrible controlling husband Ruth has not learnt to stand up for h Normally the supernatural, the paranormal and unexplained happenings are not my scene. I've just realized that with the pandemic and enforced isolation, I am picking up lots of books which are uncommon, intriguing and opening my eyes to another universe. Ruth is a strange bird. She can walk through time, see people from generations past, hear what they have to say, even understand a language which she does not know. Abandoned by a horrible controlling husband Ruth has not learnt to stand up for herself. She has to now learn to do this on her own and realize her self worth for what it is. Befriended by the villagers in this small hamlet she comes across an alternative lifestyle governed by the agricultural community she now belongs to and to the time and seasons which govern a farmers life. All this was well and good but then came the actual evil part of the supernatural in the form of a former rector of the village - Isaac Graves who has not passed over, who is not willing to go unless he takes revenge for what he thinks is past humiliation and wrongs done to him. Ruth has to maneuvre happenings both violent and strange for the benefit of the entire community at all, not just herself. A very different read which was unputdownable!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Peter Eldritch

    I received an early copy of this novel to read, and although it isn’t usually the type of book I would pick off the shelf, as soon as I was in Sarah’s village I was hooked! The mix of the real and the whimsical and unusual is a perfect blend. I want to disappear in Roelswick and attend their rituals and celebrations. And the food! So much glorious food that makes me hungry whilst I’m reading it. The plot revolves around an outsider coming to live within the village and finding out what Druidic wo I received an early copy of this novel to read, and although it isn’t usually the type of book I would pick off the shelf, as soon as I was in Sarah’s village I was hooked! The mix of the real and the whimsical and unusual is a perfect blend. I want to disappear in Roelswick and attend their rituals and celebrations. And the food! So much glorious food that makes me hungry whilst I’m reading it. The plot revolves around an outsider coming to live within the village and finding out what Druidic wonders are still live and well within the English countryside in the modern day. Of course, everything is far from perfect. Ruth can see, hear and sometimes speak with ghosts from the past. Most are little more than flashes of memory, others seek to guide those within the material world, but others (no spoilers from me!) have a much more evil plan in mind! Exciting, beautiful and a delight to read. This will be a series to watch, and I’m excited to see what happens in this beautiful village next. And I will fight anybody that doesn’t like Janet Williams! She’s brilliant!! :D

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Powell

    Roelswick village is a world that entices you in. On one level, it is a normal, close-knit village full of quirky, sometimes humorous characters – farmers, blacksmiths, gamekeepers, gardeners, cooks and, of course, the Lord of the Manor. But this is a village steeped in folklore, ancient ritual and custom, a village protected by spirit animals and haunted by restless and evil ghosts. It is also the compelling story of Ruth, a woman struggling to make a new life after her abusive husband abandons Roelswick village is a world that entices you in. On one level, it is a normal, close-knit village full of quirky, sometimes humorous characters – farmers, blacksmiths, gamekeepers, gardeners, cooks and, of course, the Lord of the Manor. But this is a village steeped in folklore, ancient ritual and custom, a village protected by spirit animals and haunted by restless and evil ghosts. It is also the compelling story of Ruth, a woman struggling to make a new life after her abusive husband abandons her and she loses her job. The reader cannot help but cheer on Ruth as she grows stronger, recognising that she has a special power – and learning how to use it to save the village from calamity. Five stars for story-telling and utterly immersive world-building. Looking forward to reading more from this author.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Steph Elias

    A Necessary Blessing is the story of a woman named Ruth who can walk through time,. She can see people from the past alongside the present. Once she figures out how to use her abilities, it really helps her and the town. The story is wrapped in magic and a bit of mystery. The main group of characters are very well written. Ruth really grows as a character which was wonderful. The townsfolk like Anvil, Granny, and Peter, were great. I loved the history and witchcraft aspects. By the ending, I can A Necessary Blessing is the story of a woman named Ruth who can walk through time,. She can see people from the past alongside the present. Once she figures out how to use her abilities, it really helps her and the town. The story is wrapped in magic and a bit of mystery. The main group of characters are very well written. Ruth really grows as a character which was wonderful. The townsfolk like Anvil, Granny, and Peter, were great. I loved the history and witchcraft aspects. By the ending, I can tell there will be a sequel. I can't wait!

  9. 5 out of 5

    SharleneH

    The first book in the Roelswick Chronicles and set in the heart of the Cotswolds. This is the story of Ruth living in a small rural village where both modern and ancient practices work side by side. The village feels timeless and real and the characters have a depth that makes the reader care about them. A story deep in folklore, gently told and beautiful to read. Cannot wait for book 2 and 3! Thank you @netgalley for my copy to read and review

  10. 5 out of 5

    Janie Anderson

    #' A Necessary Blessing' by author # Sarah Head is #1 in the Roeslwick Chronicles.This debut novel has family secrets, ancient magic and healing. This is a ghost story full of surprise's. Thank you, #Netgalley, # Sarah Head, and # BooksGoSocial for the advanced copy #' A Necessary Blessing' by author # Sarah Head is #1 in the Roeslwick Chronicles.This debut novel has family secrets, ancient magic and healing. This is a ghost story full of surprise's. Thank you, #Netgalley, # Sarah Head, and # BooksGoSocial for the advanced copy

  11. 5 out of 5

    Erica

    I’ll be honest for a good portion of this novel I was very confused. The life and world of the village is thrust upon our main character Ruth, and the reader. Ruth very often doesn’t question the customs and just flows with it. So as the reader you must do the same. I did enjoy the story despite that. I will say that I feel as though the digital format I was reading wasn’t the best way to experience the book. The whole time I just wanted a character map because I couldn’t keep track of the villa I’ll be honest for a good portion of this novel I was very confused. The life and world of the village is thrust upon our main character Ruth, and the reader. Ruth very often doesn’t question the customs and just flows with it. So as the reader you must do the same. I did enjoy the story despite that. I will say that I feel as though the digital format I was reading wasn’t the best way to experience the book. The whole time I just wanted a character map because I couldn’t keep track of the villagers. Only to discover that there is one at the back of the book! I find if difficult to flip around to reference guides in eBooks but that’s at no fault of the author or the story. There were times where I felt like more than one character was built up in a certain way only to start acting very different for one or two chapters then flip back to how they were. That’s something that often takes me out of a story but overall it didn’t effect my enjoyment over all.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mana

    Ruth Turner lives alone in a picturesque village, but she actually doesn't know anybody or sees the beauty around her as she works from home and her husband and son live and work abroad. Suddenly she finds herself unemployed, with cheating husband and empty house. With the help from villagers Ruth recognizes that she gave a trust to someone who didn' deserve it and that she was alone for far too long and now it's time to make some changes. She slowly starts to reconnect with herself and her inner Ruth Turner lives alone in a picturesque village, but she actually doesn't know anybody or sees the beauty around her as she works from home and her husband and son live and work abroad. Suddenly she finds herself unemployed, with cheating husband and empty house. With the help from villagers Ruth recognizes that she gave a trust to someone who didn' deserve it and that she was alone for far too long and now it's time to make some changes. She slowly starts to reconnect with herself and her inner abilities and also her past. Her transformation is quick and magical. And magic is all around her. The villagers highly respect the nature and maintain the ancient beliefs alive. Ruth is more than welcome in their community. The novel is simply stunning, well written, with suspense, twists and turns, but also with great message - to reconnect with nature and accept that we are just a part of wholeness that surround us. Amazing read!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Leah

    I really enjoyed the premise of this story about Ruth, a woman who is drawn to a cottage and orchard in the country only to be told later that she has deep family roots there. It’s almost as if this village lives in the past, not only because they still follow the Druid customs, but everything seemed out of the ordinary, if that makes sense. Everything seemed to center around the church and the Druid customs which made for a very interesting back drop. Ruth soon discovers that she can see and co I really enjoyed the premise of this story about Ruth, a woman who is drawn to a cottage and orchard in the country only to be told later that she has deep family roots there. It’s almost as if this village lives in the past, not only because they still follow the Druid customs, but everything seemed out of the ordinary, if that makes sense. Everything seemed to center around the church and the Druid customs which made for a very interesting back drop. Ruth soon discovers that she can see and communicate with spirits, which doesn’t seem to freak her out at all, but seems perfectly normal-she didn’t even question it. Oh look, there are some 15th century monks speaking to me in a language I can’t understand, I think I’ll follow them. Just not the reaction I would expect. There are a lot of characters. A lot. I couldn’t keep track of them. After finishing the ebook, I found the character guide in the back, so just know it’s there if you need it. These characters all have long and intertwined histories that are important to the story. This is the first in a series, and I’m excited to read the next one. The story is good, it’s just keeping track of the characters that was tough for me. Thank you to NetGalley, the publishers, and the author for an ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    I got the book as an ARC through NetGalley. The story is set in a small rural town in England, centering on Ruth. Her husband just left her, and she realizes she can see through time (see ghosts etc). I have read quite a lot of fantasy and thought Sarah did an interesting job of marrying a devout Christian rural town with so much spirituality. A former ghost haunts and taunts the town and Ruth while naturally a loner, comes into the fold of the town. In the back of the back of the book there is a gl I got the book as an ARC through NetGalley. The story is set in a small rural town in England, centering on Ruth. Her husband just left her, and she realizes she can see through time (see ghosts etc). I have read quite a lot of fantasy and thought Sarah did an interesting job of marrying a devout Christian rural town with so much spirituality. A former ghost haunts and taunts the town and Ruth while naturally a loner, comes into the fold of the town. In the back of the back of the book there is a glossary of all the characters, which would have been handy to have throughout (I did not scour the chapter names). Between alive people, animals (with human names), ghost animals and people it was hard to keep track of all the names. And sometimes if she was with the alive or dead people. Nevertheless you get sucked into the story very quickly. I did enjoy the book, although as a city-person I had to look up a lot of the rural vocab. Would def be interested to read the next parts of this series.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Cherei

    A Necessary Blessing by Sarah Head is an interesting story about a woman who has become very secluded from the world. Her world revolves around her husband, her work, and a long distance relationship with a son. In one day her whole world is turned upside down. She finds herself in the midst of a major mid-life crisis. All that she had lived for... has escaped her grasp. The story is quite interesting... I thought it was going to be more of a time-travel story... but, it's more of about a woman A Necessary Blessing by Sarah Head is an interesting story about a woman who has become very secluded from the world. Her world revolves around her husband, her work, and a long distance relationship with a son. In one day her whole world is turned upside down. She finds herself in the midst of a major mid-life crisis. All that she had lived for... has escaped her grasp. The story is quite interesting... I thought it was going to be more of a time-travel story... but, it's more of about a woman who can see past events. And, finds herself under the protection of "ghost dogs" who protect her whenever she's in danger. A rather fascinating story that is difficult to explain without spoilers. I'd highly recommend reading the story if you are in your mid-fifties and finding that you have lost contact with most of your family and friends from your childhood. The book will awaken within you that change is needed. And, it's needed NOW. Make that change now... before fate steps in and does it for you. Every person has a purpose... sometimes we grow up knowing and learning what our purpose is for ourselves. Some, have it thrust upon them. I really enjoyed the intricate mysteries of the village and the inhabitants. My favorite character by far was "Granny"!! She is a formidable force and can make the world right... just from years of experience and a definite inner strength that others can only hope to find within themselves.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Melise

    This is the story of a woman who discovers that her husband has been unfaithful and is leaving her. She is living alone in a house that they had purchased in a village with connections to her family, but where she had never really made personal relationships with the other residents in the village. As she begins to untangle the deceptions of her husband, she starts meeting her neighbors, and learning more about the traditions and beliefs of the villagers. She finds that she has deeper and more u This is the story of a woman who discovers that her husband has been unfaithful and is leaving her. She is living alone in a house that they had purchased in a village with connections to her family, but where she had never really made personal relationships with the other residents in the village. As she begins to untangle the deceptions of her husband, she starts meeting her neighbors, and learning more about the traditions and beliefs of the villagers. She finds that she has deeper and more unexpected roots within the village, which help her to defend herself against the nastiness of her ex-husband’s treatment. The book was a pleasant read, but I did not find the magical reality elements or the horror elements particularly interesting or unexpected. Thanks to Heresy Publishing for providing me with an advanced reading copy via NetGalley.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Latham

    Although not, I thought, my genre of choice, I thoroughly enjoyed this lovely tale of the supernatural and folklore, and couldn’t put it down. The characters were beautifully depicted and I got to like them (well, most of them, some were less likeable). Ruth discovers via gossip that her abusive husband was not working in China, as she’d thought, but was living with a pregnant Chinese woman - she then loses her job. She needs to move on and decides to get more involved in village life and learnin Although not, I thought, my genre of choice, I thoroughly enjoyed this lovely tale of the supernatural and folklore, and couldn’t put it down. The characters were beautifully depicted and I got to like them (well, most of them, some were less likeable). Ruth discovers via gossip that her abusive husband was not working in China, as she’d thought, but was living with a pregnant Chinese woman - she then loses her job. She needs to move on and decides to get more involved in village life and learning the local history, but there is more to that than meets the eye, she quickly realises. Ancient pagan customs still abound and she learns she has skills she could never have imagined. By the end, I felt knew these people as friends and also that life was beginning to turn out better for Ruth. I can highly recommend this debut novel, a fascinating and enthralling read, as one critic said, it is enchanting, and I can't wait for the next one so I can meet everyone again...

  18. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Hicks

    Thank you to Sarah Head, Books Go Social and Netgalley for the ARC of A NECESSARY BLESSING. I wanted to love this and it started really well, but then, for me, it began to go off at tangents and I couldn't keep track of what I considered to be too many characters. It seemed to lose it's way suddenly descending into the utterly surreal. I think this novel will be very popular but it wasn't for me. Thank you to Sarah Head, Books Go Social and Netgalley for the ARC of A NECESSARY BLESSING. I wanted to love this and it started really well, but then, for me, it began to go off at tangents and I couldn't keep track of what I considered to be too many characters. It seemed to lose it's way suddenly descending into the utterly surreal. I think this novel will be very popular but it wasn't for me.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Angela Maher

    I enjoyed this. The book ties together elements of folklore, witchcraft and religion in a small village setting, in a way that feels natural. An original and intriguing story of growth, heritage, and community. I did initially feel the main character was a little too flighty, but she had her reasons and finds strength as the story progresses.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    I loved the overall idea of this book, but the storyline and characters were difficult to follow. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the advanced copy.

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