By Charles Brady
Niall must leave his native Iceland after the murder of his father and make his way to his Irish grandfather, the Chieftain Mael Seachlinn. Before he can be presented to his grandfather and the High King Brian Boru, he stays in a monastery and studies at a bardic school. As the battle for Ireland approaches and the chieftains of Ireland unite, Niall is swept along and both weeps for the loss his North must endure and rejoices in the glory of Ireland.
In the end he learns "what is the greatest bard fee" . . . the glory of heaven.
Filled with poetry and valor, this is a great adventure in the Catholic tradition!!
We are thrilled to offer this reprint (originally published in 1960) of such a masterfully told story.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 23 February, 2007.