by Jeanne Treat (Goodreads Author)
Dark Lord is book two in the Dark Birthright Saga. It opens less than six months later, with your favorite characters. Set during a time of political and religious strife, it features action, magic, romance, and politics. It's 1637 in Scotland. Dughall is settling into his new role when the King imposes an Anglican liturgy book on the Scottish church. Protests and riots pl...more
Paperback, 495 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Bruce and Bruce Inc
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Terrific! In Dark Lord, we continue on the journey with characters we've loved from Dark Birthright. Now older, with families, the clan meets difficulty as historical events and religious prosecution threaten to tear apart the country and pit family members against each other. Dark Lord delivers a suspenseful, fast-paced read. Like Dark Birthright, Dark Lord is beautifully illustrated and perfect reading for long nights and lazy afternoons.
I'm actually continuing this one. I am enjoying more of the historical information in this book. Again, I really dislike Kira. I find her a weak character and a huge whineass. I would expect more from this character as I at first, percieved her as a stronger chacter. That obviously didn't stick around becasue by the end of the first book "Dark Birthright" I was ready to strangle her. Dughall isn't in this book as much, well he is but he isn't as present as in the first book. His brother Gilbert'...more
Jeanne Treat is the author of The Dark Birthright Trilogy, which features three illustrated books, Dark Birthright, Dark Lord, and Dark Destiny. To research the books, Jeanne traveled to Scotland to visit castles, seaports, and stone circles, and talk to local historians. To make it authentic, she investigated ancient earth-based spiritual traditions and healing arts. She lives in Virginia with he...moreMore about Jeanne Treat...