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Priestess of the Fire Temple
Priestess of the Fire Temple
A Druid's Tale

By: Ellen Evert Hopman
Imprint: Llewellyn
Specs: Trade Paperback | 9780738729251
English  |  288 pages | 6 x 9 x 1 IN
Pub Date: March 2012
Price: $18.95 US,  $21.95 CAN
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The Priestess of the Fire Temple follows Princess Aislinn, red-haired wild child of the High King of the Central Kingdom, as she makes her way in a world increasingly hostile to those who are not Christian. Raised in a community that observed both Pagani and Cristaidi mores, Druid-trained Aislinn is married off at age fourteen to a prince from Irardacht, the Northern Kingdom. Escaping her unhappy marriage, Aislinn finds herself engaged in a series of dangerous adventures and fateful encounters on her quest for true love. This uniquely Pagan novel explores the basic beliefs of the Indo-European Celts and the Druid path in an engaging and powerful way.

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