The Danu. The "little people." Everyone who is Irish knows of this mystical race. Many doubt they ever existed. However, there are as many today who claim that they are still among us. What if the Danu were not myth but were based on historical evidence?
Song of Ireland is Juilene Osborne McKnight's tale of the coming of the Celts to Eire and what they find there: a land of abundance and beauty that the Celts would make their own. But the Danu have secrets of their own, and those who wish to conquer find that it is not only their sword hands being challenged but their hearts. And the coming battle to claim a new world may change both races forever.
“Warm, playful and eloquent, Bright Sword of Ireland is a welcome addition to the genre.” —Publishers Weekly on Bright Sword of Ireland
“Osbourne-McKnight has spun a spellbinding fable of love and loyalty in the land of poets and kings.” —Booklist on Daughter of Ireland
“A wonderful, magical story; it whipped me up into the air right from the first page and took me soaring to places I had never visited or imagined before. . .The book is an enchantment, nothing less.” —Jack Whyte on I am of Irelaunde