Conall: The Place of Blood - Rinn-Iru (Conall, #1)

Conall The Place of Blood Rinn Iru Conall This is an alternate cover edition for B KGNMA C Over four hundred years before the birth of Christ the island of Eriu is a patchwork of feuding kingdoms wide plains and impassable bogs Battle in

  • Title: Conall: The Place of Blood - Rinn-Iru (Conall, #1)
  • Author: David H. Millar
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Conall: The Place of Blood - Rinn-Iru (Conall, #1)

    This is an alternate cover edition for B00KGNMA2C Over four hundred years before the birth of Christ, the island of Eriu is a patchwork of feuding kingdoms, wide plains, and impassable bogs Battle, intrigue, betrayals, and courage are part of life for the Celts who call Eriu home, while from their underground halls the mysterious aes sidhe seduce brave warriors, turning mThis is an alternate cover edition for B00KGNMA2C Over four hundred years before the birth of Christ, the island of Eriu is a patchwork of feuding kingdoms, wide plains, and impassable bogs Battle, intrigue, betrayals, and courage are part of life for the Celts who call Eriu home, while from their underground halls the mysterious aes sidhe seduce brave warriors, turning men in to kings and binding them with fearsome geis.Conall Mac Gabhann is content with his apprenticeship to the local blacksmith Content, that is, until his family is slaughtered in their home.Two men share responsibility for the massacre a mad Irish king and a dissolute Roman Conall will have his vengeance on both, or die in the attempt.Accompanied by his childhood friend Brion o Cathasaigh and the veteran warrior Fearghal o Maoilriain, Conall s hunt takes him northward through unfriendly kingdoms and treacherous bogs to a confrontation beyond the ancient earthworks of the Black Pig s Dyke.Along the way, Conall will gather an army, and come to the attention of the aes sidhe An apprentice blacksmith could become a king with their help if he so desires.

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    1. Kathy Heare Watts

      A tale of historical fiction in ancient Ireland. From a lad witnessing the brutal murder of his parents and sisters to creating a following of youngster and forming an army. Seeking revenge for the senseless murders and then throw in some otherworldly powers. This book is packed full of mystery, suspense, action, and revenge that will keep the pages turning.I won a copy of this book during a giveaway. I am under no obligation to leave a review or rating and do so voluntarily. So that others may [...]

    2. Syd

      I received a free copy of this book through a first reads giveaway.I have to say this is a fairly ambitious novel. How often do you come across books about ancient Ireland (written by people that have done their research and attempt to it)? Not often enough. If you love a good battle scene this book is certainly for you. I'm usually not very good at following written descriptions of battles but the battles in this book were easy to follow and consistently interesting. The descriptions of life a [...]

    3. Ken

      **Received from First Reads giveaway**I do not give out 5-star ratings lightly, or often. In my opinion, Conall: Rinn-Iru by David H. Millar has earned 5 stars.I am a huge fan of historical fiction, but have not had much exposure to Irish history, especially at the point in history of this book, over 400 years BC. Conall Mac Gabhann is a teenage son of a blacksmith, in a small community in southeastern Ireland, or Eriu. His life gets turned upside-down one day while he is away from home on a hu [...]

    4. Shelby Rollenhagen

      Millar's novel is extremely well-written and entertaining. As my first real forte into historical fiction, I was pleasantly surprised by just how enjoyable a book Conall: Rinn-Iru turned out to be. Not only is the story line an intriguing glimpse into another time period, but it is also jam packed full of fascinating three-dimensional characters who are engaged in a interesting plot line. Although I can't attest to the accuracy of the depiction of the time period as a whole, Conall: Rinn-Iru pre [...]

    5. Meredith

      Strong 4.5 Stars. The only reason I can't give it 5 is just that there was so much graphic war. I started out absolutely loving the book. The characters are fantastic, the dialog is smart, and the story comes vividly alive. My only down side I had was that I only have an hour or so at the end of my day to read so I was reading this before going to sleep. After a few days I started to have dreams about the graphic war scenes, it was starting to get to me. However, I still loved the story and char [...]

    6. Judith Fullerton

      This is not my usual genre to read, but I was given the book as a gift, and was intrigued with the cover, so I read Conall. From the first chapter in the book I was gripped. It tells the story of a simple blacksmith's son whose parents and sisters were brutally murdered. Conall starts off on a journey of vengeance with a band of young followers, most not much older than children. The story leads the reader through his growth as a man, a warrior and the leader of his army. The narrative used is a [...]

    7. Artemis

      A very well researched novel that brings you back to 415 BC in ancient Ireland and follows an orphaned young man on an epic page turning quest for revenge. Just think of an ancient Batman that Batman would run from ;) The descriptions of armor, weaponry and battle tactics were so thorough that I could almost hear the battle cries and I loved the bit of folklore blended in. I won this in a first reads contest; thanks for the fantastic read.

    8. Crystal

      First off,I love the cover of the crow and Celtic weaving.This book is usually not what type of book I like reading but I gave it a try anyways.(fantasy,fiction,and paranormal is what I love reading)The author wrote this book very well and took the time to write every pronunciation so you could understand.Overall this book was ok to me.I would recommend this book to anyone who like history :)

    9. Anthony Messina

      After getting past the difficult Gaelic names and delving into the story it was a non-stop page turner. David Millar weaves a story of legend, real history and unique characters that make it one of the best I've read in awhile. I can't wait for the next book.

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