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Finn Mac Cool (Celtic World of Morgan Llywelyn Book 3) by [Morgan Llywelyn]
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"In addition to being fast paced and full of action, this novel is witty in its descriptions of how Finn's legends were seeded . . . . This is vintage Llywelyn, full of color and poetry and the wonderful flavor of real Irish speech. "-Booklist

"She exhibits a mastery of complex, emotional themes . . . . Poignantly explores the duality between historical fact and fiction."-Irish American Post

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Too many characters with too many names (most given in Gaelic, in their Anglicized form and with descriptive adjectives) involved in too many actions subvert Llywelyn's retelling of an important Irish legend. Finn MacCool is a warrior/poet, a leader of the Fianna , the first Irish army, in third-century Ireland. Separated from his parents after a battle with their ancient enemies, the clan of Morna, Finn is brought up in primitive circumstances. After learning of his heritage, he determines to become the strongest man in Ireland so that he will never have to run away from anything again. His early allegiance to Cormac MacAirt, the high king, alters with the ascension of MacAirt's son, Cairbre, who favors Finn's old enemies, the clan of Morna. In middle age, Finn recruits the legendary Diarmait, who--aided by Finn's son, Oisin--reestablishes their hold on the country. A romantic triangle ensues, involving Finn, Diarmait and Grania, daughter of Cormac MacAirt. This is a morality play of the highest order, with trust and sincerity winning out over more basic instincts. Llywelyn, whose The Lion of Ireland was said to be a favorite of Ronald Reagan, has produced a plodding narrative that does not rise above its mythic/historical details. $100,000 ad/promo; author tour.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

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  • File Size : 675 KB
  • Publication Date : April 1, 2010
  • Word Wise : Enabled
  • Print Length : 401 pages
  • Publisher : Tor Books; First Edition (April 1, 2010)
  • Text-to-Speech : Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
  • Language: : English
  • Screen Reader : Supported
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  • ASIN : B004OA64JS
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