Fires of Belenus - Now Available

"**** This delightful pre-historical story is a fast moving adventure of human lusts and willful deceptions. It’s very entertaining. I highly recommend it - JoEllen Conger, Conger Book Reviews" TITLE: Fires of Belenus AUTHOR: William H Russeth, Georgetown, Texas PUBLISHER: Wings ePress ISBN: 978-1-59705-271-9, PAGE COUNT: 377, AUDIENCE: 18 and up(mature themes with some sex and violence)
Wings Press - http://www.wings-press.com/ (Look under new releases) Amazon - http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1597057525 PREMISE: “Fires of Belenus” is a romantic tale, that tantalizes readers with "edge of your seat action" and rational portrayals of mythical events found in the Cú Chulainn and Arthurian legends. The Sword in the Stone, Lady of Lake, and Cú Chulainn’s stand at the river ford are brought to life in plausible new ways that make the work unique. It is a tale of Historical Romance and Adventure, made believable by accurately portraying ancient Celtic culture. SYNOPSIS: When a meteorite plunges deep into the heart of Celtica, the blinding flash turns night into day and the impact flattens miles of countryside. A great sword is forged from the sky stone that is prophesized to shape the destinies of future generations. Warrior chiefs and scheming Druids vie for ownership of the wondrous blade, cutting a trail of blood and murder across the Celtic World. It falls on Eoan, a mere boy on the edge of manhood, to embark on a quest, against insurmountable odds, to retrieve the sword and rescue his love, Roisin, from the sacrificial fires of Belenus. Pitted against Cimbri mercenaries and ruthless warlords, he races against time to save her. Beguiled by Roisin’s mesmeric beauty, he is not even sure that she loves him in return. He only knows he must follow the path of the sword to fulfill his destiny. Please pass this on to anyone you think may be interested in this novel. AUTHOR'S WEB PAGE: http://mysite.verizon.net/resr5omo/whrhomepage/ or http://myspace.com/oserixPUBLISHER'S WEB PAGE: http://www.wings-press.com/

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