Finn Mac Cool

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ISBN: 9781788637206

Somewhere in the shadowlands between myth and history wanders a warrior poet who transformed a nation…

Finn has always been an outsider. The son of a disgraced druid and an outlaw who defied a High King, he is raised in secrecy by foster mothers who train him to hunt and kill.

When Finn is apprenticed to a local bard, he finds strength and solace in the sorcery of poetry, and for the first time dares to dream of something more than the hand the gods dealt him.

As soon as he learns of the legendary warriors of the Fianna, the army his father lost along with his life, Finn longs to reclaim his honour and heritage as their rightful leader.

This is a spellbinding historical adventure of an iconic Celtic folk hero, perfect for fans of Bernard Cornwell and Juliet Marillier.

Praise for Finn Mac Cool

‘This is vintage Llywelyn, full of colour and poetry and the wonderful flavour of real Irish speech’ Booklist

‘She exhibits a mastery of complex, emotional themesIrish American Post

The reader remains captivated from first page to last’ Jean M. Auel, bestselling author of the beloved Earth’s Children series

‘She writes about ancient Ireland as if she just had breakfast there’ Parke Godwin, World Fantasy Award-winning SFF author

‘Morgan Llywelyn is surely the modern-day Bard of the Irish’ Beatrice Small, bestselling historical romance author

‘One of my all-time favourite authors’ Jude Deveraux, bestselling historical romance author

The best there is in the field of historical fiction’ Jennifer Wilde, bestselling gothic romance author