The Year-god’s Daughter
of Aridela, Goddess beloved, who will become a cornerstone to the future and a quest to the past….
of Chrysaleon, king and slayer of lions, who shifts from heretic to trickster….
of Menoetius, wounded renegade, who ascends from scapegoat to champion….
Winner: B.R.A.G. Medallion Award Honoree, utilized as a university class study guide, finalist in the Chanticleer Historical Fiction awards (Ancient History category.)
Second Edition released June, 2015
The Year-god’s Daughter is available nearly everywhere: You can purchase the ebook and/or paperback at Amazon US, Amazon UK, and all the other Amazon venues. The eBook and/or paperback versions are also available at Barnes and Noble, and the digital version can be purchased at iTunes & Scribd: see the Links to Purchase tab.
Click HERE to read a sample at Amazon.
“Smart young princess. Macho hunky warriors. Exotic island paradise. Politics, natural disasters, and forbidden love. A big, satisfying epic story. What more is there?”
A place of magic, of mystery, where violence and sacrifice meet courage and hope.
Wrapped in legend, beloved of the people. An extraordinary woman who dances with bulls.
The north wind brings a swift ship and two brothers who plot Crete’s overthrow. Desire for this woman will propel their long rivalry into hatred so murderous it hurtles all three into an unimaginable future and sparks the immortal rage of the Erinyes.
A woman of keen instinct and unshakeable loyalty. A proud warrior prince and his wounded half-brother. Glory, passion, treachery and conspiracy on the grandest scale.
“What seems the end is only the beginning.”
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Posted on October 12, 2011, in Book One: The Year-god's Daughter and tagged aridela, book one, bronze age tales, coming of age, crete, heroes and heroines, knossos, labyrinth, mycenae, prince, princess. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.