Into The Path Of Gods

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The first of the Macsen’s Treasure Series begins in the year 459 A.D., following the exit of the Roman legions from Britain, and during a period of political upheaval as factions contend for the High Kingship. Guler’s hero is Marcus ap Iorwerth, a minor Welsh prince and a consummate Dark Ages James Bond. During Marcus’ crusade for Britain’s freedom from not only imported Saxon and Irish mercenaries, but also from Britain’s own, he meets Claerwen, a woman touched by the Gods, and his match in courage, love and dedication.

Into the Path of Gods has intrigue, treachery, and love combined with almost superhuman actions and the mystical presence which makes for a good Celtic historical fantasy. Marcus and Claerwen race to keep the pieces of Macsen’s Treasure, symbolic of High Kingship, from the hands of enemies so that the one foretold in prophecy to be Britain’s hope and savior — the one to be called Arthur — will prevail.

 

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(US) 0966037103

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413

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