'This well-crafted and involving book … is an ideal book for any reader new to homeopathy – for it explains this great method of healing, and what might be expected from its uses, in the simplest and most readable form.'
Martin J Walker
Something In The Water offers an unusual insight into the practice of homeopathy through a collection of stories taken from the real life and work of a contemporary homeopath. Ranging from the streets of South London to the shores of a Greek island, Sue Lanzon negotiates the minefield of current therapeutic expectations with wit, candour and a shrewd awareness of the complexity of human communication. Remedies spring to life through a diverse array of characters encountered both in and out of the consulting room, and the wider issues they provoke challenge our attitudes to illness, healing and the role of the practitioner in the modern world.
"Witty, quirky … sprinkled throughout with ironic homeopathic gems and surprises"