Caledonii: Birth of a Nation. (Part Three; The Coming of Age)

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The year is 75 AD. The druids attempt to unite the clans failed last year. To aid the chief’s sons plot to unite the clans, Calach travels to the southern fortress of Bar’ton.
Intent on keeping the plan from the druids, Calach’s younger brother Uwan’s own druid training has become more rigorous.
Calach must be patient if he wants the plan to succeed.
The fate of the Norlands depends on it. More

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About Ian Hall

I am Scottish, born in Edinburgh, and spent the first 41 years of my life not far from my fair and bonnie "Athens of the North". I now live in Topeka, Kansas with my wife (bless her), no pets (don't like 'em), no children (all moved out), and with many gallons of home-made wine bubbling as I write.

I love to write, and enjoy literary challenges of all kinds. I'm not confined by genres, having equal success in Historical adventure, Sci Fi, Fantasy, Horror and hard hitting gritty crime.

I watch far too much football (Don't even think of calling it 'soccer'.) and at times chase a dimpled ball along carefully manicured countryside, with a collection of calibrated, graphite-shafted sticks. I play guitar and sing in a folk/rock band, and would love to have enough money to tour the world's archeological sites until I'm too old to walk.

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Review by: Rhonda Carpenter on Dec. 26, 2011 :
Oh More needed now!
Dear Mr. Hall I am so pleased to have had the honor to read your work. Thank you for sharing. The cliff hanger at the end of Book 3 is almost more than I can stand. I do hope you will continue with this saga. If I had one complaint it would be that you need to spend a bit o' money on cover design. I am sure many people are gazing right past these wonderful books because the covers are not up to the quality of the story. Book 3 for me went by so fast because you have me hooked on your characters and plots. I want to know more and I want to know more about the political details of the Dhruidic brotherhood. As the main Character gets closer to uniting the clans without sharing the plan with his over controlling father danger hovers in the future. Will he meet the end prophesied by the dying arch dhruid or by the love he is disconnected from? Is it possible they could both be true. The other clans younger generations are starting to run but will it happen too late and who is the enemy that betrays him? Please let me know when your next books is released. Again well done! The highest compliment I can give you is asking for more of this story!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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