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Druids / Edition 1

Druids / Edition 1

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by Morgan Llywelyn
     
 

ISBN-10: 0804108447

ISBN-13: 2900804108446

Pub. Date: 11/28/1992

Publisher: Random House Publishing Group

An exciting reimagining of the ancient Celts, young Ainvar is an orphan taken by the chief druid of the Carnutes in Gaul. Ainvar's talents would lead him to master the druid mysteries of thought, healing, and magic. And with his friend the warrior king, they would attempt to rally the splintered Celtic tribes against the encroaching might of Rome....

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An exciting reimagining of the ancient Celts, young Ainvar is an orphan taken by the chief druid of the Carnutes in Gaul. Ainvar's talents would lead him to master the druid mysteries of thought, healing, and magic. And with his friend the warrior king, they would attempt to rally the splintered Celtic tribes against the encroaching might of Rome....

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ISBN-13:
2900804108446
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/28/1992
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
404

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Druids 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A magnificant retelling of history! A perfect image of Celtic Gaul! Never has so sirring a book fall into my hands as DRUIDS. A great perception on ritual, sacrifice, and above all: LIFE.
JSalmon More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed every adventure, it has suspence and kept my attention. Lots of research was done and the book is authentic. The characters are most interesting. Looking forward to the sequel.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As was stated above, any Latin student could tell you that 'all of Gaul was divided into three parts' and could tell you in detail Gaius' truimphs in those three parts. But only from his biased Roman viewpoint. It is more then refreshing to see it from the other side. The Romans robbed so many lands of their beliefs and heritages yet they have ridden through history as a great, glorious people. Glorious in terror. Glorious in rape of culture. This book can be an eye opening experience, or simply another way to varify your views of the Roman Empire and Julius Caesar. A great man? Yes. A man to be admired. Most definitely not. Et tu Brute? Well thank the Gods for Brutus!
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