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Eirelan (Saga of the Latter-Day Celts #1) At The Dawn Of The Th Century, The Age Of Machines Sinks Into Chaos Throughout The Earth, Cataclysmic Changes Devastate Nations And Terminate Technological Ways Of Living In The British Isles And In Brittany, Gaelic Speaking Folk Build Themselves Into New Celtic Nations, Joined Together By Common Spiritual Beliefs And The Determination To Preserve A Culture Of Love, Honor, And Respect For The Natural World Ten Centuries Pass In The First Year Of The Th Century, The Five Nations Of The Latter Day Celts Endure But Are Now Threatened By An Ever Colder Climate And Powerful, Determined EnemiesThe Three Volumes Of Saga Of The Latter Day Celts Tell The Story Of A Single Tumultuous Year That Tests To The Limit The Celts Courage, Determination, Unity, And Willingness To Sacrifice Yet In The End It Is A Tale Of Individual Human Beings Like Us, Conor And Fethnaid, Mairin And Oran, Padraic And Liadan Wish For Things They Cannot Have, Make Mistakes Of Omission And Commission, And In Darker Moments Ponder Why The World Is So Much Crueler Than They Would Like It To Be This Is Their StoryVolume III, The Blood Upon The Rose, Will Appear In



10 thoughts on “Eirelan (Saga of the Latter-Day Celts #1)

  1. says:

    I approached Eirelan s near 800 pages with some trepidation As a Member Giveaway win at LibraryThing I knew I would feel obligated to complete it and make an assessment, however it felt like a book I may be interested in and I hoped it wouldn t be a chore.I need not have been concerned Eirelan is a fabulous page turner, epic in scope, beautifully crafted and skillfully structured to maintain the reader s attention.It takes an enormous l


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    This review has been crossposted from my blog at The Cosy Dragon Please head there for in depth reviews by me, which appear on a timely schedule.Eirelan is a land under constant attack Wartime has forced thoughts of the family behind battle plans and wounds with no ending in sight The characters battle for their survival with no real sense of the future being any brighter This novel documents how the scales begin to tip, and life is even o


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    Eirelan by Liam O Sheil was a Goodreads win Was attracted by the cover of this book monochrome, A Celtic cross against a stormy sky above rolling waves It looked mysterious, and I wanted to find out .The Province of the twenty clans in Eireland Ireland is about to celebrate its millennium It was founded in the old calendar year of 2954, so is set in 3954 about 2,000 years into the future Most stories of the future feature space travel and technol


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    This was a book that I won from FirstReads and I appreciate the opportunity to review it.This was a truly epic read I would have actually given this 4.5 stars but because it was so well written I rounded up to 5 This is the epic story set 1000 years after the Age of Machines in Ireland The Twenty Clans are fighting for the very survival against clans to the north as well as enemies across the sea in Spain This story is woven together, layer upon layer


  5. says:

    As a fan of historical fiction, I found Eirelan to be an exciting, action packed novel unfolded during a future time but with parallels to the past.The book is filled with action and family dynamics I eagerly anticipated each new chapter and what was to unfold.I am looking forward to the sequel.


  6. says:

    While I tend to stay away from books that are tipping towards 800 pages, I found the premise tugging at my heart so I picked it up It took me a long time to read it and honestly, I found myself getting distracted Sure, the sweeping narration and the characters were wonderful as I got transported to Eirelan I think I would ve enjoyed it better as two books My Rating 3.5 stars


  7. says:

    In full disclosure I won this book in a Good Reads Giveaway.Eirelan is a story set about 1800 years in our future Due to some event, technology and society has fallen back to a pre gunpowder era It is mostly set in Ireland or Eirelan as it is referred to in the book although some parts do occur in Britain and the west coast of Europe It follows several characters, most of whom know each other, and the struggles they face in an upcoming war against other factions of


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    First off, I interrupted my reading of this book with several family emergencies, and I always itched to get back Second, I have the sequel In the Bleak Midwinter on my shelf waiting for me, and I am ready to dive in Review will be posted on that one as soon as I am done.The unique premise of Eirelan Ireland, around 2000 years after the collapse of the tech forward civilization, has evolved into a low tech, but not quite medieval society where people of the twenty Clans


  9. says:

    First, I will say that I enjoyed this book I won it from a Goodreads giveaway It was one that involved many of my literary interests as well as good writing in general In the past I have enjoyed many maritime novels and of course the battle and adventure classics such as LOTR and Jules Verne s work I believe Mr O Shiel did a fantastic job of creating a riveting plot and keeping interest on multiple lines, following multiple people and multiple areas This book caught me a litt


  10. says:

    I won this book as part of a Goodreads Firstreads giveaway.I must admit the 800 page book seemed like a daunting task However, it didn t really feel like i was reading 800 pages except for when i heft the book around The concept of the story is interesting Based around Ireland farther into the future than I can fathom, the people have gone from the Age of Machines back to the olden days of horse bugging and sail wind powered ships The people of the Province live behind a wall and


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