Ireland 198 A.D.
The druid Bodhmhall and her nephew Demne have survived a bloody ambush but the cost has been substantial. The Ráth Bládhma allies have been decimated, the ragged survivors strung along the banks of an isolated river valley.
And their pursuers are closing in.
Seeking refuge at the fortress of Dún Baoiscne, Bodhmhall must confront her own turbulent history and her scheming father to finally unearth the identity of the mysterious Adversary.
Meanwhile, the woman warrior Liath Luachra has a far more direct approach in mind.
The future is balanced on a precarious sword edge. No-one will escape unscathed.
Based on the ancient Fenian Cycle texts, the Fionn mac Cumhaill Series recounts the fascinating and pulse-pounding tale of the birth and adventures of Ireland’s greatest hero, Fionn mac Cumhaill.
About the Author
Brian O'Sullivan was born in county Cork, Ireland. On completing a degree at University College Cork, he went on to travel extensively. He is now based in New Zealand with his family but returns to Ireland on a regular basis. He writes weekly articles on Irish Folklore or on his writing at his website which can be found at: http://irishimbasbooks.com or on the Irishimbasbooks Facebook page. Brian writes fiction that incorporates strong elements of Irish culture, language, history and mythology. These include literary short stories (The Irish Muse collection), mystery thrillers (The Beara Trilogy) and a contemporary version of the Fionn mac Cumhaill/ Fenian legends (The Fionn mac Cumhaill Series). Although he writes predominantly for an Irish audience, Brian's unique style and humour has meant that his books have become firm favourites of readers all around the world. The fourth book in the Fionn mac Cumhaill Series (Fionn: The Adversary) was released on February 2017. Brian has also edited and provided cultural context for 'The Celtic Mythology Collection' - a series of short story collections based on elements of Celtic cultural mythology. The most recent in the series was released in March 2017.