Robert Fitzwilliam and his fellow adventurers have each, in their own way, found what they were seeking in the mystical Otherworld. But their intrusion into that sacred country has stirred the wrath of Aoife, Queen of the Night. With her legions of Redcap warriors, she is planning to march on the realm of mortals with one aim: the wholesale destruction of Ireland and the enslavement of all mortal-kind. The people of Killibegs band together to face their fearsome foes in a last desperate stand. They have one chance to defeat the Redcaps: a flimsy, untried strategy that will pit the faith, courage and strength of the heretics against the cold vengeance of the dark ones of the Otherworld. Friendships are forged in this struggle; warriors are put to the test and alliances strained to the point of collapse. But in the end, no matter what happens, it will be those who drink from the Well of Many Blessings who will triumph.
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Caiseal Mor was born in Australia of Irish parents and grew up surrounded by the traditions of storytelling and music that are so much a part of the Gaelic culture. As a child he learned to play the harp, a skill that had been passed down in his family over many generations. Caiseal has a degree in Performing Arts and has worked as an actor, a teacher and as a musician. Caiseal's family is from Youghal, County Cork.
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