Celtic Dawn

Britain, 400 BC. The High King is dead, and he leaves two sons, Brennos and Belinos, who are both supported by rival tribal factions. One of the brothers is destined to be High King, the other to be banished. And yet his deeds in exile will resound down the centuries when the savage Celtic tribes burst down from the Alps to sack the nascent city-state of Rome... More

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Words: 77,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458086495
About Gavin Chappell

Gavin Chappell was born in northern England and lives near Liverpool. After studying English at the University of Wales, he has since worked variously as a business analyst, a college lecturer and an editor. He is the author of numerous short stories, articles, poems and several books.

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