The Forest House, home to the virgin priestesses of the great Goddess, was built by the Druids to keep the women safe from the power of Rome. Yet the seeds of conflict and destruction lie at its very heart for secret rebellion is rising. The people want freedom and bloody revenge on the Romans, the Druids want peace at any cost.
It is a cost that will be borne by Eilan, priestess, trapped between her duty to the Goddess and her forbidden love for Gaius, one of the hated conquerors, and by Gaius himself, a Roman yet the son of a British mother, torn between two cultures that can never be reconciled.
The Forest House is a haunting tale, infused with the eternal mysteries of the ancient rites and the unquenchable spirit of a land and its people.
|Titel ||The Forest House / Marion Zimmer Bradley |
|Person(en) ||Zimmer Bradley, Marion |
|Ausgabe ||1st Paperback Edition |
|Verleger ||London: Michael Joseph |
|Erscheinungsjahr ||1993 |
|Umfang/Format ||417 S. ; 23 cm |
|ISBN/Einband/Preis ||0-7181-3735-3 kart.|
|Zustand ||Deutliche Lesespuren im Rücken, an den Außenecken leicht gebogen, innen gut erhalten