The Ravenous Dead #2020

The Ravenous Dead By Kenneth McIntosh The Ravenous Dead The Dark Ages have never been darker or full of wonders than in this extraordinary episode of lost history the first book of the Celtic Bestiary Tales Finn a young Scottish slave suffers the brutal
  • Title: The Ravenous Dead
  • Author: Kenneth McIntosh
  • ISBN: 9781625242402
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Ravenous Dead By Kenneth McIntosh The Dark Ages have never been darker or full of wonders than in this extraordinary episode of lost history, the first book of the Celtic Bestiary Tales Finn, a young Scottish slave, suffers the brutality of his Saxon master yet longs for his owner s daughter, the beautiful but untouchable Freya Neither Finn nor Freya suspect that their lives and the lives of all thoThe Dark Ages have never been darker or full of wonders than in this extraordinary episode of lost history, the first book of the Celtic Bestiary Tales Finn, a young Scottish slave, suffers the brutality of his Saxon master yet longs for his owner s daughter, the beautiful but untouchable Freya Neither Finn nor Freya suspect that their lives and the lives of all those in seventh century Britain are imperiled by legions of the living dead driven by an insatiable hunger for human flesh.
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    About "Kenneth McIntosh"

    1. Kenneth McIntosh

      Kenneth McIntosh is a writer, educator and spiritual mentor As a child he became fascinated with the Celtic legends of his heritage Degrees in English and theology combined with travels in the Middle East and the Celtic lands of Ireland, Scotland and Wales inspire his writing.He is best known for his book Water from an Ancient Well Celtic Spirituality for Modern Life In addition, he has written dozens of other books mostly non fiction He lives in Flagstaff, Arizona with his wife and pets In addition to writing he teaches Comparative Religions at a community college and serves as pastor for a progressive Christian church His hobbies include hiking, investigating rock art and archaeological sites, labyrinth building and fixing vintage Volkswagens.Kenneth is also a noted public speaker and is available for seminars, retreats and other speaking engagements.

    759 thoughts on “The Ravenous Dead”

    1. I am familiar with Kenneth McIntosh s books on faith and spirituality so when he announced that he was the author behind the coming series Celtic Bestiary Tales I was a little surprised The Ravenous Dead , book one, sounded interesting enough so I figured I could always use another book to read Immediately I could tell lots of time and research, as well as heart went in to this book A truly beautiful combination of historic fiction and zombies I love how McIntoch has picked a topic that is all t [...]


    2. The Ravenous Dead Celtic Bestiary Tales Book 1 is an intricately woven tale of adventure, cleverly woven with Celtic lore, battles against the walking dead, mystics, knights, romance, and even an encounter with the famed Merlin The characters Finn, the tough young Scottish slave, Freya, the Saxon shield maiden, Mother Sima, the gifted mystic, Nectan, the valiant knight, and Artair the dog, take us with them through the perilous lands of 7th century Britain, on an impossible quest to stop the leg [...]


    3. I received The Ravenous Dead through Give Away and although I love watching zombie films, as far as I can remember I have not read a book featuring zombies However, I enjoyed reading it and I thought the author had accomplished a good mixture of horror, myth and romance At first I thought the zombies were going to be the usual type portrayed in films but as the story progressed there was a difference I liked the characters of Finn and Freya As the zombie problem increased, their characters matur [...]


    4. This book is good on so many levels the joys and aggravation of young romance, the ongoing battle between the forces of light and dark, the opportunity to learn the language and customs of a time gone by, and for me, spiritually illuminating No namby pamby book, it is a warrior s tome, celebrating the kind of strength we need today, as we fight our own version of the ravenous dead.


    5. I fell in love with this book from the beginning I do not like zombie things, be they books or movies or anything else, however this was different This book is a wonderful blend of history, culture, mythology, zombies and other supernatural beings It is different from anything I ve ever come across before, in the most magnificent way I definitely recommend this read to anyone


    6. This author clearly knows his Celtic mythology and Dark Ages history If you enjoy an edge of your seat epic tale, complete with Merlin, Avalon, zombies and a hint of romance, you ll enjoy this read.


    7. I received the book for free through First Reads Thank you DEspa ol mas abajoWhy 1 star Because I loved Artair, the dog, it was the most adorable and best character Nectan, the gay warrior, because that was the best romance in the book, even if it was like He loved his partner so much and can t move on yet Yaoi for the win I think the only who stick to their characters and knew how to deal with everything were the dog and Mother Sima.The place is full of nature, lots of desolation, many plants, [...]


    8. I loved how this book was a mixture of religion and a bit of Welsh legend Since this book was relatively unedited there were some grammatical errors that were kind of distracting.The overall story was enthralling and endearing The relationship between the main characters was quite refreshing A sort of hate hate relationship One does get tired of the fated, mutual, instant infatuation that we see saturate most of today s literature.I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for something [...]


    9. What s a boy to do when the gods wage war on mortals with an army of the undead Kenneth McIntosh delivers a chilling dish of humor, action, and terror, with characters that you won t soon forget A tour de force of historical horror, The Ravenous Dead will keep you up late at night well after the last page is turned It s a bit like Beowulf meets The Black Cauldron by way of Braveheart.


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