Prologue The air was cool in the pre-dawn grey. If not for the fog, it would have been a welcome release from the previous day’s clamminess. Despite the noise in the taberna, Agricola could hear the boatmen calling to each other as they landed supplies on the docks. He supposed the fog from the riverContinue reading “Hammer – Excerpt”
ARC reviewers have already commented that Hammer is Cladáin’s best book yet. Keep an eye out for it. Coming January 31st. It’s available for preorder for those who already know they want it. Note: Preorder price is £0.99. That’s a saving of £3.
Prologue Note: This sample is pre-publication and is subject to change. Abruzzo, Italy The Abruzzo is a place in the world that falls under the mantle of “outstanding natural beauty”. Nestled in the Apennines on the Adriatic coast, it is one of those areas of Italy with villages and farms sitting atop seemingly inaccessible peaks.Continue reading “The Reluctant Mother”
A relic is all that stands between Rome and victory! Hammer first book in The Iron Between trilogy. Available for pre-order. Genonn is back by … Cladain’s best book yet…
Countdown to publication, BP (before publication). Although dead a century by the time of Hammer, Caesar played a significant part in Micheal’s … Caesar
Countdown to publication, BP (before publication). Although dead a century by the time of Hammer, Caesar played a significant part in Micheal’s research. Caesar’s The Gallic War is a significant source of information about the Celts and their culture.
Described as Cladain’s best book yet… A druid… A warrior… And a Roman… Watch for the blog tour… Hammer first book in The Iron Between trilogy. Available for pre-order. Genonn is back by popular demand. Get it Here
Pliny the Elder, famed for the attempted rescue of the victims of Vesuvius, during which he died. A literal translation would be “There’s truth in wine.”
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What can I say about this book? The Last Five Swords returns to the type of epic fantasy I loved as a boy. Black and white images and short introductions at the start of each chapter returned me to authors like Jeffrey Farnol and Robert Jordan. Little mores written in Gaelic with a translation lendContinue reading “The Last Five Swords — Review”