Audiobook reviews, including Anne of Green Gables and Speaker For The Dead.

It's a while since I posted some reviews, so here's my latest listens from Audible. (If you are looking specifically for Christmas audiobooks, check out my reviews from last December HERE). Frenchman's Creek By: Daphne du Maurier Narrated by: John Castle Length: 8 hrs and 46 mins Unabridged Audiobook Release date: 30-10-08 Language: English Publisher: Audible Studios Another... Continue Reading →

Knight of the Cross – FREE today only! Merry Christmas one and all.

    It's December, so here's an early Christmas gift for you all - Knight of the Cross is free today. The Druid has spent the last month at number 1 in the Amazon UK Celtic Myths & Legends chart and sold better than I ever hoped, while Friar Tuck and the Christmas Devil is now at number... Continue Reading →

Review: The Druid – Steven A. McKay

Speesh Reads

The Druid Steven A McKaySeries: The Warrior Druid of Britain Chronicles 1

My version: PDF
Genre: Historical Fiction Romans, Britons, Druids (!)
Publisher:
Steven A McKay
First published: 2018
Sent by author


From the cover:

Northern Britain, AD430.

A land in turmoil. A village ablaze. A king’s daughter abducted.

In the aftermath of a surprise attack, Dun Buic lies in smoking ruins and many innocent villagers are dead. As the survivors try to make sense of the night’s events, the giant warrior Druid Bellicus, is tasked with hunting down the raiders and thwarting their dark purpose.

With years of training in the old ways, two war-dogs at his side, and unsurpassed skill with a longsword, Bellicus’ quest will take him on a perilous journey through lands still struggling with the departure of the Roman legions.

Meanwhile, amongst her brutal captors, the little princess Catia, finds and unlikely ally. But even he may not be…

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The Druid at number 1 and a STUNNING review!

Woke up this morning to see The Druid at the top spot in one of Amazon's charts, even beating Outlander! And a new review of the book has been posted by blogger Speesh Reads, you really need to check it out, he always writes insightful and amusing reviews. "a triumph, an honest to goodness, self assured triumph"... Continue Reading →

The Druid (Warrior Druid of Britain Chronicles Book 1)

Another fab review for The Druid, take a look!

Stuart S. Laing

The Druid 2Northern Britain, AD430
A land in turmoil. A village ablaze. A king’s daughter abducted.

In the aftermath of a surprise attack Dun Buic lies in smoking ruins and many innocent villagers are dead. As the survivors try to make sense of the night’s events the giant warrior-druid, Bellicus, is tasked with hunting down the raiders and thwarting their dark purpose.

With years of training in the old ways, two war-dogs at his side, and unsurpassed skill with a longsword, Bellicus’s quest will take him on a perilous journey through lands still struggling to cope with the departure of the Roman legions.

Meanwhile, amongst her brutal captors the little princess Catia finds an unlikely ally, but even he may not be able to avert the terrible fate King Hengist has in store for her.

This, the first volume in a stunning new series from the bestselling author of Wolf’s Head, explores…

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The Druid by Steven A. Mckay (@SA_McKay)- Review

Another 5 star review for The Druid!

David's Book Blurg

Today i’m reviewing The Druid by author Steven A. Mckay. Here’s the blurb

Genre : Fantasy/Historical
Pages : 290

Northern Britain, AD430

A land in turmoil. A village ablaze. A king’s daughter abducted.

In the aftermath of a surprise attack Dun Buic lies in smoking ruins and many innocent villagers are dead. As the survivors try to make sense of the night’s events the giant warrior-druid, Bellicus, is tasked with hunting down the raiders and thwarting their dark purpose.

With years of training in the old ways, two war-dogs at his side, and unsurpassed skill with a longsword, Bellicus’s quest will take him on a perilous journey through lands still struggling to cope with the departure of the Roman legions.

Meanwhile, amongst her brutal captors the little princess Catia finds an unlikely ally, but even he may not be able to avert the terrible fate King Hengist has in store…

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