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Morgan Llywelyn

Morgan Llywelyn

·3.99·28,452 Ratings
“ Your big opportunity may be right where you are now. ” ― Napoleon Hill
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  • Finn Mac Cool

    ·3.97·1,449 Ratings
  • Brian Boru: Emperor of the Irish

    ·4.1·578 Ratings
    One thousand years ago, during the Viking Age, an extraordinary young man was born in Ireland. His people, plagued by warfare, were weary not only from the Vikings' brutal raids along the coast, but also from the continuous warring among local chieftains.
  • The Greener Shore (Druids #2)

    ·3.99·533 Ratings
    At last, the haunting sequel to Morgan Llywelyn’s phenomenal epic Druids. The Greener Shore unfurls the story of a brave and mystical people who learned to manipulate the forces of nature–in order to control magic. As druids in Celtic Gaul, they had b
  • Strongbow: The Story of Richard and Aoife

    ·3.7·309 Ratings
    In a desperate attempt to reclaim his lost kingdom, Aoife's father offers her in marriage to Strongbow, son of the Anglo-Norman conqueror Lord Pembroke. This dramatic portrait of a fierce warrior who sought glory in a hostile foreign land and his wild Iri
  • Pirate Queen

    ·3.71·106 Ratings
    In the 16th century, Granuaile, the Pirate Queen, warrior and leader, was the terror of the North Atlantic and the most feared woman in Ireland. Told partly through letters written to her son Tibbot, this story charts the decline of the Gaelic chieftains
  • The Wind from Hastings

    ·3.82·319 Ratings
    Edyth, wife of King Harold of England, disappeared forever on the day of the great Battle of Hastings in 1066, taking with her the legitimate heirs to the thrones of England and Wales. This is the story of that amazing woman, who loved and married the Kin
  • The Isles of the Blest

    ·3.64·94 Ratings
  • Pride of Lions

    ·3.99·1,092 Ratings
    Lion of Ireland was the breathtaking chronicle of Brian Boru, the Great King who led the bickering chiefs of Ireland to unity under his reign. He overthrew traditions, reformed society, and became the Irish Charlemagne. The Ireland of 1014 was a dream Bri
  • The Last Prince of Ireland

    ·3.92·707 Ratings
    The history of Ireland is studded with tragedies, but none is more poignant, or more decisive, that the battle of Kinsale. There the Gaelic nobility who held sway over Ireland for two thousand years were finally and resolutely crushed by the English invad
  • Bard: The Odyssey of the Irish (Celtic World of Morgan Llywelyn)

    ·4.12·2,063 Ratings
    This is the tale of the coming of the Irish to Ireland, and of the men and women who made that emerald isle their own.
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