Lesley Jackson has a lifelong interest in archaeology, ancient history and sacred myth and a fascination with the mysterious geographical be they lost worlds, otherworlds or the sacred places of this world. She is a devotee of the Egyptian deities and since being blessed with early retirement has devoted much of her time to researching and writing about them. Despite the strong call of Egypt she is a Northerner at heart, preferring cooler climes and wooded landscapes. She lives in the East Riding of Yorkshire, close to the lost world of Doggerland.
"The book, which includes a number of drawings and an extensive bibliography, is an engaging read and will interest anyone wishing to know more about ancient Egypt's pantheon of deities - and of course anyone who shares the ancient Egyptians' adoration for cats large and small." - Ancient Egypt Magazine