BOOK REVIEW: Maire

Posted on August 8, 2009. Filed under: 1 |

MaireMaire is a historical romance centered around faith. Maire is set in 5th century Ireland. Christianity was just beginning to spread among kings, scholars and peasants. The biggest impact was among the Druids, or learned class, as truth seekers and power seekers collide.

In this setting, two warriors, Maire and Rowan, clash and finally join together against the evid Druid Morlach. They and their people become closer to God after many seasons of sorrow.

I loved how Maire and Rowan learned to put their differences aside when they realized they each could teach the other valuable lessons. In Maire’s quest for faith I felt as if I was brought closer to God.

This book comes highly recommend and gets my big thumbs up. It is a religious book without getting preachy or in your face. I also like how God is presented on layman terms.

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