So many raving, ongoing reviews, for which I am very grateful. Has “An Ogham Wood” obtained something of a cult status?
5.0 out of 5 stars One for sailors, 4 Sep 2013
By M. J. Morton “mortonmerl” (West Cumbria. UK) – See all my reviews
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This review is from: An Ogham Wood (Paperback)
As a sailor, and owner of a small (26ft) yacht this book captured me within the first chapter. You can tell that the author is a knowlegable and experienced sailor, and his love for the sea and sailing shines through the narrative.
However, there is so much more to this book! The land of Faerie, the Green World and Celtic myth is all skillfully woven together into a story that is enchanting…in the best sense of the word.
Characters both mortal, and immortal, are truly brought to life and experience real emotional dilemmas, loss and grief, love and joy.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and could not put it down….the world created within it’s pages is haunting, and it’s impression stays with you after finishing the book.