Much Ado About Dying: An Irish Urban Fantasy Novel
She needs ancient magic to prevent more deaths. But messing with the gods could get them all killed. Galway, Ireland. Róisín is desperate to help badly burned bomb victims. But to her horror, the gifted healer discovers the explosions have also spread two deadly plagues. Searching for answers as to why five age-old magically linked sites are immune, she forges a risky connection with a powerful ancient deity. With the god's formidable energies almost destroying her, Róisín fights to expel him and strikes a deal. But her mission to save everyone hits another lethal hurdle when she comes under attack from extremists intent on seeing all of her Unhidden kind extinct... Will Róisín's perilous covenant plunge them all into darkness? Much Ado About Dying is the epic second book in the Guardians of PHAE Irish urban fantasy series. If you like strong heroines, mighty deities, and ensemble casts, then you'll love Rowan Dillon's high-octane tale.
Rowan Dillon; Christy Nicholas
- Green Dragon Publishing
- 354 pages
- Paperback / softback