Thanea, Christian daughter to the pagan King Loth, survives being set to sea in an oarless coracle as a druid sacrifice, and is taken in by St. Serf as the only woman in his monastery. In due course, she produces a son who, with his mother, founds the great city of Glasgow.
|Publisher:||Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd.|
|Product dimensions:||4.37(w) x 7.05(h) x 0.94(d)|
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It's incrediable everthing that this young women, Thanea, goes through in her life, All in the name of religion. Frist she is raped for refusing to marry, then when she finds she is pregnant, she's banished. If that isn't enough, when her father's attemps to murder her fail, she's left for dead. But the story doesn't end there! This is a compelling story of one women's personel struggle to survive and her quest to bring christianity to an unholy land.