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Thomas Nelson The Silver Hand, Song of Albion Series #2

The great king, Meldryn Mawr, is dead, and his kingdom lies in ruins. Treachery and brutality rule the land, and Albion is the scene of an epic struggle for the throne. Lewis Gillies returns as Llew, seeking the true meaning behind a mysterious prophecy--the making of a true king and the revealing of a long awaited champion: Silver Hand.

The ancient Celts admitted no spearation between this world and the Otherworld: the two were delicately interwoven, each dependent on the other. The Silver Hand crosses the thin places between this world and that, as Lewis Gillies seeks to learn the secret of the prophecy of The Silver Hand--and to save Albion before it is too late.

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Review 1 for The Silver Hand, Song of Albion Series #2
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Stunning

Date:December 10, 2012
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extremehousewife
Location:San Angelo, TX
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This book was full of surprises! It only took me 2 days to read it cover to cover. I am looking forward to rereading it soon!
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Review 2 for The Silver Hand, Song of Albion Series #2
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This book had a GREAT storyline!

Date:August 24, 2011
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Matthew C. Gardner
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I thoroughly enjoyed this from beginning to end. whereas the first and third books took me a couple of chapters to really get into, this was by far the most gripping of the three! if there were one thing that slightly disappointed me, it is that this series was far lighter on Lawhead's normal spiritual standards, though understandably so being that it is one of his earlier works. usually his faith shines through fairly clearly, but the few references I noticed in these were quite vague. still, an incredible book I would readily recommend to anyone!
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