The lovely folks at The Historical Novel Society just posted a wonderful new review of Misfortune of Vision, book #4 in The Druid’s Brooch Series.
“Thoroughly researched, the novel brims with a magnetic appeal to lovers of Irish medieval history. The characters are keenly developed and mostly likable, especially Orlagh and Adhna.” Read more on their site!
Misfortune of Vision is available on Amazon and other sites. Even though it’s book #4 in the series, it works fine as a stand-alone novel.
Prophecy can be dangerous
In 12th century Ireland, Orlagh has been Seer to her king for forty years. He doesn’t want to hear her prophecies of war and destruction, and dismisses her efforts to warn him. Therefore, she is determined to fulfill her own quest: to find a worthy heir for her magical brooch.
In the course of events, she must pass judgment on a thief, escape a Norman war camp, and battle wits with a Fae lord. She receives some prophecy of her own and enlists the help of a grizzled old warrior, who happens to be a long–time friend.
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