Acair, 2014. 190 pages. Paperback.
The King is dead, the Druids now rule, and anyone who speaks out against them disappears without a trace. The people are fearful and uncertain, and a name is heard that has not been for many generations: an Sgoil Dhubh (The Black School).
On a small, isolated island, a young man, Sgàire, meets two strangers on the moor. This begins a journey that changes his life completely and takes him through danger and war on the path that was his destiny centuries before he was born. Iain F. MacLeòid takes us with the skill of a true storyteller around a country and world that are wonderous and new but still rooted in the magic and heroism of the old legends.
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Reading Level: Upper Intermediate/Advanced (Suitable for more confident readers, but language level is not too difficult)
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