The Song-Sayer's Lament

The Song-Sayer's Lament

A Novel of Sixth-Century Britain

David Ebsworth

Paperback

Sixth-century Britain. Ambros Skyhound and his blind song-sayer must battle enemies who would destroy their combined faith.

  • ISBN 9781781325117
  • Published May 2016
  • Paperback
    229 x 152mm (378 pages)

£10.99

In the lands once named Britannia by the Empire and its vanished Legions, the Oak Seers’ song-sayers still weave their words into the lore by which everyday life is ordered, into the myths and sagas of hero-tales, and into the very fates that will determine whether the years ahead shall be bathed in shining light or plunged into a terrible darkness.

In his fifth novel, David Ebsworth brings to life the stories of young warlord Ambros Skyhound, and the blind song-sayer, Morgose, told through the words of teacher and mentor Meridden of Sea Fort.



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