The Silver Wheel

The Silver Wheel

by Mary Gillgannon
The Silver Wheel

The Silver Wheel

by Mary Gillgannon



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The trilogy includes: Lady of the Moon, The Raven of Death and The Silver Wheel.

Visions of secret sacrifices, desperate battles, and magical transformations haunt Sirona, a young seeress struggling to save her people from the ravages of the Roman invaders. Driven from her beloved home, she shares her destiny with Cruthin, a childhood friend obsessed with seeking out the mysteries of the Otherworld, and Bryn, a warrior graced with unexpected wisdom who loves her with all his generous heart.

Sirona's journey takes her through forested glens and treacherous bogs to the land of the northern tribes and the court of the warrior queen Boudica. As she risks her life and her immortal spirit to change the course of history, Sirona discovers it is not warfare that will defeat the invaders, but magic and the intense connection of her people to the mystical forces of their homeland.

Blending history, romance, magic and mysticism, The Silver Wheel tells the story of the Celtic Britons and the triumph of the eternal forces that guide all our destinies.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015108545
Publisher: Mary Gillgannon
Publication date: 09/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 381
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Mary Gillgannon writes romance novels set in the dark ages, medieval and English Regency time periods and fantasy and historical novels with Celtic influences. Her print books have been published in Russia, China, the Netherlands and Germany. Raised in the Midwest, she now lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

She is married and has two grown children. When not working or writing she enjoys gardening, traveling and reading.

She always enjoys hearing from readers. You can write her at P.O. Box 2052, Cheyenne, WY 82003, or contact her through her website:
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