George and Dewi

George and Dewi

by Jeremy Poole

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940013943728
Publisher: Shared Pen LLC Edition
Publication date: 02/14/2012
Series: Brân's Legacy: The Celts , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 213
File size: 443 KB

About the Author

Jeremy Poole a product of the South Wales valleys, born and brought up in the steel town of Ebbw Vale. After finishing in the local comprehensive school, he went on to complete an Honors degree, in Economics, at Swansea University. From there his career has been varied, from The Military (Sandhurst) to cleaning and selling insurance. Eventually, Jeremy, settled enthusiastically into teaching, firstly in Guernsey and then in Catalonia (North eastern Spain) where he now lives with his family.
Jeremy writes with a vengeance and has a love for all things written. He have currently completed four books, the first of which is George and Dewi; Part one of The Legacy of Brân, the Celts. The next two books in the series will be out in 2012. The Brân series looks at ancient Celtic tales and legends, from the Mabinogion and beyond, and brings these dark tales to us in an action packed adventure form.
Jeremy also has a passion for children’s comedy, ‘The family Itch’ and ‘Tricky’ will be published in early 2012. Both books will make you cringe and laugh.
You can check out his website www.jeremypoole.net or his publisher’s website www.sharedpen.com for any further information you need, to be advised of future releases or just to chat with him.

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George and Dewi 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Brennus More than 1 year ago
What a great story, faced paced and exciting from the start. This book combines, The Celts, The Romans, Greeks, St George and of course a mighty dragon army. Poor George is chased around the whole world and finally faces his greatest enemy, the killer of his father. A wonderful historic fantasy, not unlike the Hobbit, but based in the real world, with a great final twist.