Book Review - A Land Beyond Ravens by Kathleen Cunningham Guler

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Hard to put down, that's a phrase that adequately describes A Land Beyond Ravens (The Macsen's Treasure) by Kathleen Cunningham Gulier. A Land Beyond Ravens is the fourth and final book in the Macsen's Treasure series but you don't have to read the first three to enjoy this installment. Though you may make an unplanned trip to the book store to pick up the first three in the series as soon as you finish this one.

A Land beyond Ravens takes Celtic mysticism, Arthurian legend and the Dark Age of Britain interweaves them and creates one great story. I love novels that intersect stories I already know, in this case the legend of King Arthur. Master spy Marcus ap Iorwerth makes discoveries that could hurt the thrown but the methods with which he vows to help and protect the King may end up bringing his downfall.

If you enjoy reading about Celtic history or Medieval England this is the not just the book but the series for you.













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