Fionn: The Adversary

Fionn: The Adversary

Brian O'Sullivan / Apr 07, 2020

Fionn The Adversary Ireland A D The druid Bodhmhall and her nephew Demne have survived a bloody ambush but the cost has been substantial The R th Bl dhma allies have been decimated the ragged survivors strung along

  • Title: Fionn: The Adversary
  • Author: Brian O'Sullivan
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  • Page: 318
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ireland 198 A.D The druid Bodhmhall and her nephew Demne have survived a bloody ambush but the cost has been substantial The R th Bl dhma allies have been decimated, the ragged survivors strung along the banks of an isolated river valley And their pursuers are closing in Seeking safety at the fortress of D n Baoiscne, Bodhmhall must confront her own turbulent history aIreland 198 A.D The druid Bodhmhall and her nephew Demne have survived a bloody ambush but the cost has been substantial The R th Bl dhma allies have been decimated, the ragged survivors strung along the banks of an isolated river valley And their pursuers are closing in Seeking safety at the fortress of D n Baoiscne, Bodhmhall must confront her own turbulent history and her scheming father to finally unearth the identity of the mysterious Adversary Meanwhile, the woman warrior Liath Luachra, pushed to the edge of her abilities, has a far direct approach in mind The future is balanced on a precarious sword edge No one will escape unscathed.

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    About "Brian O'Sullivan"

      • Brian O'Sullivan

        Brian O Sullivan was born in county Cork, Ireland On completing a degree at University College Cork, he went on to travel extensively He is now based in New Zealand with his family but returns to Ireland on a regular basis Brian writes fiction that incorporates strong elements of Irish culture, language, history and mythology These include literary short stories The Irish Muse collection , mystery thrillers The Beara Trilogy and a contemporary version of the Fionn mac Cumhaill Fenian legends The Fionn mac Cumhaill Series Brian also edits and writes non fiction through the Celtic Mythology Collection series published by Irish Imbas Books, Although he writes predominantly for an Irish audience, Brian s unique style and humour has meant that his books have become firm favorites of readers all around the world The second book in the the Liath Luachra Series The Swallowed is due for release in the first quarter of 2018.


    447 Comments

    1. The third volume of Brian O’Sullivan’s excellent series picks up the story – and the tension – shortly after the cliffhanger ending of the second volume. For me, the highlight of the story was learning more about the druidess Bodhmhall, her past, and the circumstances behind her exile. We meet her formidable father, Tréanmór, and get entangled in the political machinations of Dún Baioscne. And, of course, the mysterious Adversary is finally revealed.The best thing about this series i [...]


    2. Finally I had enough time to sit and read uninterrupted! I knew once I started this 3rd instalment of the series I wouldn’t want to put it down and I was right!I enjoyed this book just as much as the first two. The story unfolded at a slower pace continuing on from the end of the 2nd book. In this book you get more details of Bodhmall’s past, see a different side to Liath Luachra and the identity of the Adversary is revealed. Fantastic writing as always. I love the character of Fiacail mac C [...]


    3. Book 3 of the Fionn series, takes us back into the dark and dangerous landscape of ancient Ireland. The pace of the storytelling is a little more subdued than previously and Liath Luachra, the young woman warrior, has mellowed somewhat, however she remains ruthlessly efficient when it comes to dispatching her enemies. But who exactly are her enemies, and who are her friends? A good read, I enjoyed it immensely.


    4. I am absolutely hooked on this series. I enjoy the historical/legend based context - it feels like reading fantasy. The landscapes, the excitement of pursuit and war are all aspects that make this series a great read. The Adversary tells Bodhmall's story and introduced some interesting new characters, particularly the Five Friends. Liath Luachra the heroine of the series is as intriguing as ever. This series gets better with each new book.


    5. Great read. Again like the previous books I couldn't put it down. With every book I want to know more and more about the characters past. I can't wait for the next installment.



    6. The Fionn series takes a step up with this book in terms of politics and revelations. The machinations and strategic game-playing between Bodhmhall and her father were a real highlight for me as was the revelation as to why she had to leave Dun Baoiscne. The flight and fight sequences with Liath Luachra are as exciting as ever but the discovery of the Adversary's identity was a real surprise. So much revealed and yet so much more to learn. Please hurry with the next in the series!


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