The children of first man

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Ballantine Books, Jun 14, 1994 - Fiction - 547 pages
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d years before Columbus, a Welsh Prince named Madoc -- an invincible blond giant of a man -- crossed the Atlantic with a fleet of wooden boats to plant a colony in the paradise he called Iarghal. Four countless generations, Prince Madoc's blue-eyed descendants migrated along the great waterways of the primeval New World, mingling their blood, their legends, and their dreams with the native peoples. This is their story.

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I loved the first part of the book, the second part got kind of long. I can't imagine that a people could take for granted the ability to read and not pass it down to their offspring but I suppose it ... Read full review

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