A fantastic tale of human struggle against the forces of evil and an attempt to avert the apocalypse

SOUL & SPIRIT MAGAZINE

SHROPSHIRE STAR

Very much in the style of epic thriller writers such as Wilbur Smith, Clive Cussler, and Matthew Reilly, Scott has produced a veritable three course meal of a book in which every dish served up is superb

THE HERALD

Scott has an innate sense of drama and like Dorothy Dunnett and Rosemary Sutcliff in their own varied oeuvres, she combines the ability to create flawed but complex central characters and to let us see them as if  through the eyes of their family and friends . ”

LINCOLNSHIRE LIFE

…combines scientific research and mysticism…A great page-turning read.

WATERSTONES BOOKS QUARTERLY

So gripping is the narrative, that several times, when the stories switched, it was a real act of will not to cheat and flick a few pages ahead to find out what happened next.


The Crystal Skull

In the company of a supreme storyteller, the reader is plunged into the unforgettable world of tribal Britain in the years before the Romans came: a twilight world of Dreamers and the magic of the gods; a world where horses and dogs and the landscape itself become characters in their own right; where warriors fight for honour as much as victory. Above all, it is a world of passion and courage and spectacular, heart-felt heroism pitched against overwhelming odds.

Gloriously imagined, Boudica: Dreaming the Eagle recreates the beginnings of a story so powerful its impact has survived through the ages, recounting the journey to adulthood of Breaca, who at twelve kills her first warrior, and her sensitive, skilful half-brother Ban, who carries with him a vision of the future that haunts his waking hours.

Translated into over a dozen languages, this international Best-seller tells the extraordinary, resounding story of Britain’s ‘warrior queen’, the woman who remains one of the great female icons – to read it is to discover our history, to learn about ourselves and our heritage.

In the company of a supreme storyteller, the reader is plunged into the unforgettable world of tribal Britain in the years before the Romans came: a twilight world of Dreamers and the magic of the gods; a world where horses and dogs and the landscape itself become characters in their own right; where warriors fight for honour as much as victory. Above all, it is a world of passion and courage and spectacular, heart-felt heroism pitched against overwhelming odds.

Gloriously imagined, Boudica: Dreaming the Eagle recreates the beginnings of a story so powerful its impact has survived through the ages, recounting the journey to adulthood of Breaca, who at twelve kills her first warrior, and her sensitive, skilful half-brother Ban, who carries with him a vision of the future that haunts his waking hours.

Translated into over a dozen languages, this international Best-seller tells the extraordinary, resounding story of Britain’s ‘warrior queen’, the woman who remains one of the great female icons – to read it is to discover our history, to learn about ourselves and our heritage.

Translated into over a dozen languages, this international Best-seller tells the extraordinary, resounding story of Britain’s ‘warrior queen’, the woman who remains one of the great female icons – to read it is to discover our history, to learn about ourselves and our heritage.

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