'Praise for White Rose Rebel: Pacy, racy ... a hot little kilt-lifter' Sunday Times 'A powerful historical page-turner with a beautiful, feisty heroine' ScotsmanFrom the Publisher:
Inspired by first century AD warrior women, Janet Paisley's Warrior Daughter is a gripping adventure about one young woman's struggle to survive in the harsh Celtic wilderness.
2,000 years ago on the Isle of Skye, a warrior is born.
Daughter of an Iron Age warrior queen, Skaaha is wild, headstrong and revered. But she is also a child, and when a chariot race leaves the queen dead and her menacing rival Mara in her place, Skaaha's charmed life lies in ruins.
Vulnerable, her future imperilled, Skaaha seeks to forge a life beyond the new queen's reach. But with rumour, fear and danger sweeping the island, she cannot remain unmoved. Broken by brutal misfortune, alone in a world of mistrust, Skaaha must unearth the courage to confront her enemies in defence of her people.
Illuminated by the great Celtic fire festivals, Warrior Daughter is inspired by the historical Scathach, a fierce warrior woman of the first century AD and forerunner to the equally ferocious Boudicca.
Praise for Janet Paisley's White Rose Rebel:
'Heather igniting historical adventure' Sunday Times
'A powerful historical page-turner with a beautiful, feisty heroine' Scotsman
Janet Paisley is the author of five poetry collections, two of short fiction, a novella and numerous plays, radio, TV and film scripts. Accolades include a prestigious Creative Scotland Award (Not for Glory, stories), the Peggy Ramsay Memorial Award (Refuge, a play) and a BAFTA nomination (Long Haul, a short film). Her first novel, White Rose Rebel, is available from Penguin.
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Descripción Penguin, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 400 pages. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0141033045
Descripción Penguin UK, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0141033045
Descripción Penguin UK, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110141033045