The Throne of Tara

The Throne of Tara Based on the true story of Columba of Iona the hot headed Irish monk who dueled the druids miracles versus magic The warrior blood of Erin s royal line pulsed through his veins but he was called to

  • Title: The Throne of Tara
  • Author: John Desjarlais
  • ISBN: 9780595155972
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • Based on the true story of Columba of Iona, the hot headed Irish monk who dueled the druids, miracles versus magic The warrior blood of Erin s royal line pulsed through his veins, but he was called to a higher battle As Crimthann, the Wolf, would he become the High King of Ireland, fulfilling his father s ambitions Or as Colum, the dove, would he be a scholar in theBased on the true story of Columba of Iona, the hot headed Irish monk who dueled the druids, miracles versus magic The warrior blood of Erin s royal line pulsed through his veins, but he was called to a higher battle As Crimthann, the Wolf, would he become the High King of Ireland, fulfilling his father s ambitions Or as Colum, the dove, would he be a scholar in the Church, fulfilling his mother s prayers The Throne of Tara is based on the thrilling true story of Columba of Iona, the best man the 6th Century could produce a prince, poet, scholar, soldier, and holy man gifted with a thunderous voice, a prodigious memory, and the powers of Second Sight Yet his pride and temper led him into battle over a disputed manuscript, and in remorse over the thousands slain, he entered exit among the savage Picts, where he dueled the druids miracles versus magic.

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    1. I'm the author so I shouldn't offer a review - I wanted the title listed in for others to see. For a summary and reviews, please visit johndesjarlais

    2. Being a fan of anything Celtic, I was intrigued by the title and description of this book. I had never heard of Columcille, although the name Columba was somewhat familiar. From tribal chieftain, to monastic novice and eventually missionary to Scotland, Columcille led a fascinating life. Desjarlais has carefully researched the history of this saint and vividly brought him and his world to life. An easy and interesting read. Great chance to learn some little-know Church history in a way that is a [...]

    3. I read this years ago, when I was first learning about things Celtic. As I recall, it was a delightful, engrossing fantasy, based on true stories & legends of one of the greatest icons of Irish history.

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