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Druid Twilight: The Loom of Destiny is an epic journey to first-century ancient Britain, a fictional story set in a pivotal historic time. The key characters, Caedwyn and Brianna, each with long Druidic ancestry, are at the center of a reawakening of ancient powers that some believe will result in an apocalyptic catastrophe for the world.

Druid Twilight is an allegorical tale of our times: an age of transition in which ancient powers clash with the emergence of a new way, a new system of beliefs that may either engulf the archaic ways or force their unexpected expansion. Nature, the elements, and even time itself is at play in this intense shamanic narrative. 

A love story at heart, Druid Twilight: The Loom of Destiny is a tale of the clash of enormous powers, of betrayal, retribution, and rebirth. This updated version has additional content and resources.

©2013 Gerry C Starnes (P)2020 Gerry C Starnes

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  • J GRAY
  • 01-12-21

So interesting

Such an interesting story. I haven't read a book set in this period which wasn't about the Romans so it was good to read about Druids and their lives. The author has obviously done his research my only observation is that he doesn't seem to know the real distance between locations in Britain, it wouldn't be possible to travel between towns he's talking about in the time span he writes. The narrator presents it so well that the listener can identify the many characters involved. It was a pleasure to listen to this and I look forward to listening to more.