Book of Queens

by K.L. Jordan-French

Book of Queens Synopsis

'The Book of Queens' begins with the last invasion of Eire by the Milesian's and the great battle, which split the tribes to different isles. In a time when ancient gods have stepped to the tween with watchful eyes 'The Book of Queens' chronicles the path the tribes must travel, and the new enemies that await them on the isle of Eiru. It is an age of gods and warriors - where High Queen's and Kings do not sit thrones but stand the field of battle to defend not only their tribes, yet their faith as well. On Eiru, the Cruithnian's - the ratsastaja, horsemen of the soaring, northern lands and guardians of Lia Fail, the stone of destiny - become legends even to their enemies who build walls of stone across the neck of the isle to defend against them. It is a journey; a journey of faith in their gods, courage against enemies, and fury alongside heartache at the losses they must face - and in the end - it is the voice of one who stands as witness to both their past and their future.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780615190303
Publication date: 17th May 2008
Author: K.L. Jordan-French
Publisher: K.L. Jordan-French
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 628 pages
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

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