Haunted for years by dreams of death and mysterious rituals, Jess Young travels to Ireland in search of answers. Her search becomes a race against time when her friend is abducted by Celtic Druids bent on resurrecting the Morrigan; the Celtic goddess of war and death.
Jess must seek help from an ancient Order of Christians and some unorthodox Catholic priests before time runs out for her friend . . . and the world.
Whom can Jess trust while being hunted by the Celtic Druids of our time? If Jess follows her destiny, is the fate of mankind safe in her hands?
Newgrange is another very well written book by Denise Doyle. This author knows how to write and she knows how to mess with your head. She has a vivid imagination and finds interesting and new plots about topics not often covered in paranormal books, but definitely should be. In this one she beautifully covers ancient druids and their darker sides, trying to bring back some demi gods. To date I always thought of druids being benign, but I may have to revisit that thinking after reading this story. The author found an interesting way to combine reincarnation and druids in one story that made sense that captivated me from the very first page. I truly enjoyed reading the first part of it in the ancient times of the druids, to then switch to the modern days and how it translates into the here and now. The author spun a very tight web in her story, with some nicely hidden twists that she slowly unraveled on her time. There are some twists that I didn't see coming that really caught me off guard. The story has a very hopeful feel to it but is that how it ends?Jess is a very strong heroine, who handles her "dilemma" quite well. She has a great support system in her boyfriend Lee and her best friend Kim. They support her in her investigation on trying to figure out what her nightmarish dreams are all about and gosh, they sure bit of more than they can chew. They do make up a nice mix of characters who have a "real" feel to them which is great.All in all, this book delivered a ton, and so many twists that I did not see coming. This author knows how to mess with my mind and her stories never end the way I think they will. Her stories her rather unpredictable and this is a huge reason why I enjoy reading her books so much, they keep me on my toes, are very well written and cover the paranormal the many mainstream authors do not.