The Magic of the Druids. The Sacred Hills. Book1

Description

Ireland, the dark ages. In the sacred city of Armagh, the High Druid Cathbad rules. To confront both the external and internal enemies of the Kingdom of Ulaid, he is helped by faithful helpers — Moyriot, a Woman-Druid, and the young successor Mangor.
Ingel One-eyed, the Bastard son of King Conaire, ruler of the Kingdom of Oriel, dreams of overthrowing his father and seizing power. To do this, he enters into a criminal alliance with his mother's uncles, co-rulers of the Kingdom of Fermanagh. The conspirators attack the Kingdom of Oriel and ravage the capital, the sacred Tara. Fleeing from the villains, Deichtine, the daughter of the High Druid of Cathbad and the concubine of King Conaire, hurriedly leaves Tara and returns to Armagh. Cathbad is vigilantly taking care of his daughter, but not only because of his fatherly feelings: according to the prophecy, it is Deichtine who will have to give birth to a child, who will later become King and unite disparate lands. Only then will the torn land of Ireland find peace, and the time will come for its prosperity.
The successor of Cathbad, Mangor, using the ancient magic of the Druids, invokes the spirit of the war goddess Morrigan and leads the valiant warriors into a fierce battle with the hated enemies.

Author Bio

Olga Kryuchkova

Olga Kryuchkova was born in Moscow on 7 August, 1966. After high school in 1983 she entered the Moscow College of Automation and Telemechanics where she specialized as a mathematician and programmer. Later she graduated with honors and got a job working for the Moscow Aviation Institute.
In 1986 he enrolled the Faculty of Aircraft Design and Construction the institute and graduated in 1992. His literary career began in 2006. His first novel, "Captain Marauder" was published in the journal "Feat-Centaur" amongts the historical bestsellers (2007). Then, in the same year 2007, her love-historical novel "Family Cross" came out released by the publisher "Geleos" in the series "Lace Love".
In 2008, she published additional six novels (one under a pseudonym). In January 2008 her novel "Adventurers was launched by the publisher "Feat-Centaur". The publishing house "Geleos" came out with four publications: "The gift of Aphrodite", "Happy choice", "Riddles of Fate" and under the pseudonym of Olivia Claymore her novel "The French Messalina". In the same year the author first published by the publishing house "Veche": book under the title "Captain Marauder" with the inclusion of two novels - "Captain Marauder" and "Demon Montsegur".
In 2009 another four of her novels ensued: "Adventurers", "Rose of Versailles", "Return of Captain Marauder" and "Heirs of the country of Yamato". All four novels were published by the publishing house "Veche".
At the moment Ogneslava Beloyar, Olivia Cleymor works under pseudonyms. Has more than 100 publications (historical novel, female historical novel, Slavic esotericism, books for teenagers) in the Russian publishing houses on various subjects.
Many novels and books are written in a co-authorship with the daughter Elena Kryuchkova (Darina Beloyar, Linda Cleymor). Elena has 60 publications.