In the time of the Etruscans, the half-forgotten civilization that preceded Rome, centaurs, fauns, and other manlike races still existed alongside humanity. Between mankind and the Weir Ones was constant fear and distrust. When the arrogant nobleman Lars Velcha enslaved one of these creatures, the fear and distrust turned into open warfare.
The Weirwoods is an unforgettable novel of mystery and magic at the dawn of history, by the celebrated author of Lady of the Bees and The Green Phoenix.
©1967 The Estate of Thomas Burnett Swann (P)2012 John Betancourt
Yes. The message of the story about accepting our friends with their strengths and weaknesses is interesting.
The female characters show the most growth, and were what kept me listening.
The lady water nymph/magician was my favorite. She is memorable for the way she revealed the society of the weir people and for her growth.
Yes. It started a little slow, but kept my interest the whole way. It is quite short.
The music was a nice addition.
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