The Pict

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
In this richly detailed historical novel, the Pictish tribes of Scotland unite under the indomitable spirit of one man to stand firm in the face of Roman aggression. More
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About Jack Dixon

Jack Dixon's lifelong fascination with history inspires him to write stories that bring historical characters to life. He lives in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.

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libby reviewed on April 4, 2013

interesting book. the initial scene looking over the valley is brought back with the end of the book. lots of good use of celtic beliefs and mythology. i enjoyed to book.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Wendy Bertsch reviewed on Feb. 11, 2011

This beautifully written book tells the story of the warrior Calach, first among equals, who led the wily and indomitable Picts against the invading Roman Legions.
His nobility of spirit and deep love for his warrior wife add depth to gripping descriptions of the guerrilla raids and battles waged by the Picts in their efforts to keep their people free.
I enjoyed this inspiring account of a little-known time in history, riveting for all historical fiction readers, and certainly a must-read for all Scots!
(reviewed 49 days after purchase)
Steve Bartholomew reviewed on Jan. 14, 2011

A really good read. The author's writing style rises at times to the level of elegance. He has obviously put a great deal if preparation into this work; it held my attention at every moment. My only complaint is that it might have been longer. The first half of the story might be greatly expanded into either a separate novel, or a 2 volume yarn. I want to see more from this writer.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Annmarie Banks reviewed on Jan. 8, 2011
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The Pict captured my interest from the first because of my interest in this period; I wish there were more novels set in early British history. The first few chapters are engaging and the character of Calach is drawn quickly and with intensity. The author is clearly engrossed in this time period and admires the Pictish tribes and their contributions to British culture. I enjoyed the story very much and recommend it heartily, especially to young people who are curious about the Roman clash with early Britons.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

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