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.
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.”
Hammer, the next book from Micheal Cladain, is available for preorder at the following links: As well as in an Amazon Marketplace near to you.
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”
We at PerchedCrowPress have two writers on our books who write novels based in Ancient Ireland. Micheál Cladáin and John De Búrca have both faced criticism for using anachronistic language. In Micheál’s case, it has always been a generic “the language can be too modern”. However, for John, actual turns of phrase have been highlighted,Continue reading “A Note on Language”
Interview questions for @JohnDeBurca our #debut #author. 5 days. 5 questions. “What inspired you to write The Last Five Swords?”
John lives on the mysterious and rugged shores of the West of Ireland in Galway. From a young age, John was immersed in the rich traditions of Irish oral language storytelling, amassing a vast collection of mythology and folklore. He joined a storytelling group when he could find one and started to hone his skills.Continue reading “Author Page – John”
Battle of Watling Street. 60/61 CE. Heavily outnumbered, the Romans prevailed. Boudica blocked retreat with spectators. Maybe as many as 80k killed. The Romans were said to have lost only 400. Hammer: coming in Autumn.