ARC Review: The Words of Kings and Prophets by Shauna Lawless

THE WORDS OF KINGS AND PROPHETS is the second installment of the Gael Song series. Set shortly after the first book, the reader continues to follow Fódla and Gormflaith, both of whom are part of King Brian’s court. Infighting among immortals and Gormflaith’s self preservation threaten to upend the mortal world.

Author: Shauna Lawless
Series: Gael Song Book 2
Age Category: Adult
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Publish Date: October 03, 2023
Print Length: 416

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ARC Review: The Children of Gods and Fighting Men by Shauna Lawless

Today’s review is about THE CHILDREN OF GODS AND FIGHTING MEN by Shauna Lawless. This is the first book in a historical fantasy series. It’s immersive and mixes real-life history with Irish mythology as Celtic and Viking culture mesh together.

Author: Shauna Lawless
Series: Gael Song, #1
Age Category: Adult
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Publish Date: September 1, 2022
Print Length: 416

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Sundays in Bed With…The Children of Gods and Fighting Men

Time to try out a new book meme! The Sundays in Bed With… meme, hosted by Midnight Book Girl, dares to ask what book has been in your bed this morning. Come share what book you’ve spent time curled up reading in bed, or which book you wish you had time to read today! 

The Children of Gods and Fighting Men

I started reading this a couple of days ago and, at 40% in, am really enjoying it so far. I don’t have any guesses yet what will happen, but this chess match ride has me sitting tight. I’ve read a couple of books inspired by Irish mythology, such as THE DAUGHTER OF ERABEL series (1, 2), but this books also includes a more historical fiction element during a time of Viking and Irish intermingling.

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