DANELAW by SUSAN SQUIRES
Out of Darkness, light. War swept England, and the dark
ages grew darker as Vikings put Saxon strongholds to the
torch and promised new rule. The horde found Epona,
Daughter of the Goddess, on the hill beneath the Sign of
the White Horse. There she had lived, awaiting the man who
was fated to give her a child. In Viking fires burned her
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"Absolutely beautiful love story"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 15, 2003
Epona knows that the times are turning darker, at least to
followers of the Goddess, as Christianity begins to sweep
away the old religion that she still practices. She also
realizes that her "gift" is beginning to fade and she must
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"Magnificient saga of ancient lore!"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted January 3, 2007
Susan Squires is a puzzler to try and shoebox. But somehow,
I think she enjoys people being unable to neatly label her
and put her in pigeonhole.
Her first novel was a powerhouse debut. DANEGELD dealt with
a period in Britain's history generally ignored (last one I
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