If you can forgive a little shameless promotion, I just wanted to
broadcast this good review. If, by chance, do read the book, I would
really be interested to hear if you think I was true to my claim of
representing the ancient Celts accurately.
Review from Writers and Readers of Distinctive Fiction.
Title: Fires of Belenus 4/10/08
Author: William H Russeth
Genre: Historical Adventure/Romance
Length: 377 Pages
Publisher: Wings ePress (Dec 2007)
In Fires of Belenus, William H. Russeth pens an adventurous tale
smartly written. You will shiver in the presence of Druids, cower
before merciless warriors, and hope in the true spirit of one young
man named Eoan. With a little romance to soften this ancient Celtic
world, Mr. Russeth weaves a story that is not only entertaining, but
surprising in its revealing and intriguing conclusion. I do so want
to tell you the ending, but I must refrain. All I can say, is, read
the book! You won't be disappointed.
Reviewed by Lynda Coker, Writers and Readers of Distinctive Fiction
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