Tristan of Dintagell (First of Two)

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Battles rage and political tidal waves crash over Dark Age England as kingdoms rise to power, only to be cut down by war, privation, and powerful warlord-kings. Tristan, prince of Dintagell comes of age in this turbulent and dangerous time, and despite falling in battle against the greatest Irish king of the time, he falls in love with Isuelt, the Powerful Arch-King's only daughter.

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About Leah McDaniel

40 something mother and wife, I am in love with reading and writing. My other passions include photography and horses, and my longsuffering family is squeezed in there as well. Thanks guys! I live in Bend, Oregon and train horses when I am not writing or creating photographic art or skiing, hiking, or, well, you probably get the picture. I hope you enjoy reading my stories as much as I have enjoyed writing them. I look forward to your feedback. Thanks for looking!

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Review by: E. Patrick Dorris on Jan. 05, 2009 :
This is the kind of book I have been looking for since I joined, an articulate, well written yet entertaining novel. 50% was available for free perusing, but Leah's style of writing meshed so well with the way I read that I knew within the first several pages that I would enjoy the book.

My only gripe is that she posted the appendix for free. Now I'll have to go read that before finishing her two parts of this novel so that I may have a slight chance at pronouncing the Celtic words right, in my head at least.

Thank you for posting your book here for me to find.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Bonnie Cassell on Jan. 03, 2009 :
As a fan of historical novels, this book carried me away to the intrigue, wars and romances of the seventh century. This is well researched and Ms. McDaniel has a way of weaving words into spell-binding, vivid imagery.The conflict between the well developed characters, made me want to continue reading. It captivated me from the prologue to the end.I am anxious now to read The Tristan Stone,( the Conclusion of Tristan of Dintegell). The appendix was a great help in understanding some of the words otherwise foreign to me..
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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