Tara Of The Kings: Son Of The Sidhe: Book Two

Tara Of The Kings: Son Of The Sidhe: Book Two

by Kenneth C. Flint
     
 

From a land lost in the mists of time, in a realm of myth and magic, where legendary heroes fought undying foes in ultimate battles of good and evil, comes the story of a proud and indomitable people and a magnificent nation whose birth was foretold by the darkest visions and the direst prophecies.

It is the story of Conaire Mor, fated to become Ireland's…  See more details below

Overview

From a land lost in the mists of time, in a realm of myth and magic, where legendary heroes fought undying foes in ultimate battles of good and evil, comes the story of a proud and indomitable people and a magnificent nation whose birth was foretold by the darkest visions and the direst prophecies.

It is the story of Conaire Mor, fated to become Ireland's greatest high-king. It is also the tale of Ulster's outcast Queen Meave, the powerful and ruthless King Conchobar, the young Red Branch warrior Cuchulain, and the dark high-druid Calatin, whose ambitions and twisted magic threaten them all.

Here, woven into a rich mythical tapestry, is a never-before-told story of ancient Ireland…a spellbinding tale of love and intrigue, lust and murder, rivalry and quest…of a time and place long ago that still lives forever in our deepest fantasies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781554048939
Publisher:
Double Dragon Publishing
Publication date:
01/22/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
725,915
File size:
770 KB

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Meet the Author

Kenneth C. Flint is the published author of fifteen fantasy, horror, and suspense novels including the best-selling Sidhe series. He has also published various other fiction and nonfiction works including Star Wars stories and a newly published history of 1820's Fort Atkinson.

His fantasy books--a combination of legend, history, and adventure--will be reissued in E Book format by Double Dragon Publications beginning in October of 2011, available for Kindle through Amazon. New novels filling out the series and covering the entire scope of ancient Irish myth will also be published.

In addition to his writing, Ken is a writing instructor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Metropolitan Community College in Omaha Nebraska. He is also a historic interpreter at reconstructed Fort Atkinson in Nebraska with his family, including wife Judy, son Gavin, son Devin, and his wife Melissa.

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