[Ebook] ➧ Lion of Ireland By Morgan Llywelyn – 1sm.info

Lion of Ireland Morgan Llywelyn S New York Times Bestselling Historical Classic Of The Greatest Irish KingKing Warrior LoverBrian Boru Was Stronger, Braver, And Wiser Than All Other Men The Greatest King Ireland Has Ever Known Out Of The Mists Of The Country S Most Violent Age, He Merged To Lead His People To The Peak Of Their Golden EraSet Against The Barbaric Splendor Of The Tenth Century, This Is A Story Rich In Truth And Legend, In Which Friends Become Deadly Enemies, Bedrooms Turn Into Battlefields, And Dreams Of Glory Transform Into Reality



10 thoughts on “Lion of Ireland

  1. says:

    MINI REVIEW This is a tale of history and legends as it focuses upon the origins of Brian Boru, the Charlemagne of Ireland who unified most of the Emerald Isle against the Norsemen andimportantly the bickering of petty Irish lords It s on the slow side at first as we focus on Boru s early years but stick with it and it will pick up There s a great deal of


  2. says:

    You know shit just got bad when an arrogant self centred and despicable prat like Gaston is correct Now..Oh Bloody hell where to start I haven t been this disappointed in a novel since last year with the Red Tent and finished that one Heck Lion of Ireland has the dubious honour of being my first DNF of 2015 IMHO a book that fails so badly on several accounts c


  3. says:

    Truly, the best book I have ever read I keep going back to it over and over again and Brian Boru has become a hero of mine In a time when Vikings were invading Ireland, tribes were warring and life was hard, it was highly improbable that a 12th born son would ever become King of Ireland And yet Brian did the impossible united the whole of Ireland for the only time


  4. says:

    DNF, circa pg 150 Sorry, but I m bored with the episodic style Brian s one note Gary Stu routine It s a shame there are some well written passages, but there s no depth to most of the characters the time gaps are really annoying The first couple chapters were intriguing, but since then it s been an onslaught of Things Are Doing Things I feel like I ve been slogging thro


  5. says:

    Most people don t realize that the legend of King Arthur has a real life counterpart in Brian Boru, the Emperor of all Ireland at the beginning of the 11th century This is a fictional account of his life based on what s known of him Well researched and a compelling read, full of action and romance.


  6. says:

    If you are interested in one of the most fascinating figures in Irish history, or just want another good book about the Viking Age, I highly recommend Lion of Ireland.The novel tells the story of Brian Boru, perhaps the greatest Irish king who ever lived He ruled at the end of the Tenth Century, during a time when Norse and Danish Vikings controlled large portions of Ireland, inc


  7. says:

    This is straight up indulgent Irish Historical porn and I loved every minute of it I feel spend and exhausted my emotions were tossed back and forth, every which way as I followed Brian from early childhood to the end of the book I just want to sit and bask in the glory of it all how it made me feel I want to cry that it s over And when I recover, I know I m going to want .If you re l


  8. says:

    I enjoyed this book somewhatthan I have some of Ms Llywelyn s other works She managed to hue slightly closer to the historical bone in this one than in some others and still deliver a good fantasy adventure.Brian Boru is a favorite character of mine Or historical figure To be honest yes, but I hesitate to go that route as he s one of the people in history who s myth is so closely entwined


  9. says:

    Lion of Ireland tells the story of Brian Boru, the great High King of Ireland I m not at all familiar with Irish history and learned a lot while reading this I found Brian s history, and that of Ireland, to be so interesting I especially loved the beginning of the book where we saw Brian in his youth and watched him become one heck of a warrior a force to be reckoned with The battle scenes were


  10. says:

    I spent the last several days reading Morgan Llywelyn s Lion of Ireland I couldn t put it down and so I did little else than read This is the saga of Brian Boru and his struggle fight to unite all of Ireland under one king Would that I could give this bookthan 5 Stars If you love history told by a great storyteller, then this is a must read.


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