Chosen Wanderers: A Celtic Saga of Warriors and Saints
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Chosen Wanderers: A Celtic Saga of Warriors and Saints  -     By: Martin C. Haworth

Chosen Wanderers: A Celtic Saga of Warriors and Saints

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Title: Chosen Wanderers: A Celtic Saga of Warriors and Saints
By: Martin C. Haworth
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 362
Vendor: Malcolm Down Publishing
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.75 (inches)
Weight: 15 ounces
ISBN: 1912863715
ISBN-13: 9781912863716
Series: Z-Rod
Stock No: WW86371X

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Chosen Wanderers is the first book in the Z-Rod series: a gripping saga set in the upheavals of Pictish Scotland in the 6th century. At the initiation of two princes preparing one to rule the tribe, a mysterious power symbol, the Z-Rod, is tattooed on one, unleashing uncontrollable consequences. Tribal power struggles are further intensified when two Irish saints arrive whose vibrant faith and daring spirit, preserving them through the Scottish wilds, demonstrates to capricious warlords and their powerful druids, an alternative worldview of reconciliation and hope. Straddling these two worlds is a mysterious bard with prophetic abilities. His revelation has little relevance initially, but later becomes the lifeline to recover a seemingly lost destiny. What significance does the Z-Rod and 'bearing fire to the north' have on an exile, and how will anything be achieved amidst poverty and obscurity? By turns epic and homely, spiritually searching and thoroughly adventurous, this story of great undoing and remaking propels us through multiple scenes and characters in a setting which is utterly convincing in its detail.

Author Bio

Martin Haworth worked in community and church development with an Iron-age Filipino tribe, providing an in depth understanding of pagan belief practices. Under his own business, ‘Roaming Scotland’, he now helps others connect with Scotland’s landscapes and ancient history, and leads Celtic Christian retreats. This book has arisen from the fusion of these experiences and interests.

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