Well Of The North Wind
Fian has been adopted by monks on the west coast of Ireland. However, the young boy’s fine drawings in the sand soon take him to the Isle of Iona to work on the Book of Kells – that great treasure of the Celts – in the last days of Columba. Fian befriends the monks, and though never quite becoming one of them, he grows into their world and is caught up in their stories.
One day he falls in love, and in the joy and anguish that follows, he wrestles with faith and embarks on the long journey to discover his true self.
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What is the real story behind the young man who comes to Glen Lyon and begins building a house with his own hands? It’s only when Somerled Stewart comes down after the winter to the village and sets eyes on Anna, the daughter of the blacksmith, that the mists begin to clear. As he longs to build a perfect world around him in wood and stone, so he yearns also to create a flawless happiness with Anna. But when he discovers that she will have a child, fears from his past return to haunt him and jeopardize everything he has striven so hard to make.
Glen Lyon is a powerful story about damaged men and women, and the transformative power of love in healing brokenness.
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