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Calgaich the Swordsman [PDF] ✈ Calgaich the Swordsman By Gordon D. Shirreffs – Thomashillier.co.uk Son of a barbarian chieftain and a Roman noblewoman Calgaich mac Lellan is exiled from his beloved country after slaying his cousin in a sword duel over the beautiful but vain Morar The Golden OneWhen Son of a barbarian chieftain and a Roman noblewoman Calgaich mac Lellan Calgaich the PDF/EPUB ² is exiled from his beloved country after slaying his cousin in a sword duel over the beautiful but vain Morar The Golden OneWhen his father is betrayed into the hands of the Romans Calgaich vows to overthrow his treacherous uncle and to take his rightful place as chief of the NovantaeThe gods do not mean to let you return home Recalling the prophecy of Cairenn the bewitching slave woman Calgaich is captured and condemned to the arena in Rome from which few gladiators emerge alice.


5 thoughts on “Calgaich the Swordsman

  1. Morgan Morgan says:

    I read this book 13 years ago when I found it in a used bookstore I was not expecting much but was very surprised Calgaich is a Caledonian Celt fighting agains the Romans in the 4th Century AD Plenty of action keeps this novel moving along I am convinced that Shirreffs wrote this as an homage to Robert E Howard


  2. Paula Sophia Paula Sophia says:

    Wow I didn't expect to find this book here I read it when I was 14 over 30 years ago I bought it expecting Sword and Sorcery but wound up loving the adventure in a historic setting This book may have been the hinge point of my transition from pure genre to literary tastes


  3. David David says:

    This book was a treat from start to finish one of the best I've read in a while Excellent


  4. Scott Scott says:

    Great story about sncient Rome the Celts and those who hated Rome I was actually suprised about how historically accurate the setting of ancient Britian and Rome was Lots of beautiful women It seemed a bit like Conan though with the un killable and perfect hero which gets a bit boring after a while


  5. Joe Joe says:

    Read this back in high school; the class was reading Beowulf and I was reading thisBut it turned me on to the swords and sorcery genre which I've enjoyed ever since


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