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Celtic And Irish Culture Webring

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A site promoting everything about the Celts: their history, music, dance, literature, and the legacy they've left behind. Any page that has to do with the Irish, Scottish, Welsh, and English may be able to join the ring. As long as you're talking about things such as listed above.

 

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The Moon Lord comes this Equinox. Hear what they said about Stone Lord. - 09/07/2013
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... A fascinating read. The author cleverly locates her retelling of the Arthur story by positioning him in a late Neolithic/early Bronze Age setting which in my opinion is where this mythological figure belongs. ... It's a treat to read a novel set in the prehistoric era by an author who clearly knows their stuff. ... If you're interested in well-written,original historical fiction/pagan/myth,I would recommended this book to you.  ... The unorthodox approach to the period and characters worked extremely well for me and the whole story is full of atmosphere, suspense and exciting narrative. ... Once I started it I didn't want to put it down and found myself having to "limit" my chapters or I would have finished it in one night. ... The result is a setting, both in terms of the physical landscape and the imagined culture, which is strikingly vivid and believable.

The Moon Lord comes this Equinox. Hear what they said about Stone Lord.



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