In the Land of the Everliving: Eirlandia, Book Two

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Tom Doherty Associates, Feb 26, 2019 - Fiction - 320 pages

Stephen R. Lawhead, the critically-acclaimed author of the Pendragon Cycle continues his Eirlandia Celtic fantasy series with In the Land of the Everliving.

Conor and his sword companions must leave the safety of the faéry kingdom for the barbarian Scálda threaten to overrun Eirlandia.

As he fights for his people’s survival, Conor discovers that several of the clan leaders have betrayed their nation by aiding the Scálda. The corruption is such that Conor and his men choose to become outcasts, clan-less and open to attack by friend and foe alike.

They form their own warband...and the beginning of a legend as Conor unites the common people of Eirlandia to drive the poison from their land.

The Eirlandia Series:
#1) In the Region of the Summer Stars
#2) In the Land of the Everliving
#3) In the Kingdom of All Tomorrows

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Further adventures of Conor Mac Ardan and his friends who have followed him into exile. They leave the faery who have healed their wounds and seek shelter with the Brigantes, where they remain until a ... Read full review

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STEPHEN R. LAWHEAD is the internationally acclaimed author of the best-selling Pendragon Cycle, which received critical acclaim for its creative retelling of the Arthur legend and historical credibility. In addition to that series, he is the author of more than 28 novels and numerous children's and non-fiction books of fantasy and imaginative fiction, including the award-winning Song of Albion trilogy. His trademark style of gifted storytelling combined with strong spiritual vision has placed his books among the enduring favorites of fiction. Lawhead makes his home in Oxford, England, with his wife, Alice.

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