300 Years before Columbus — The adventure continues . . .
Cherokee folklore tells of a brave group of moon-eyed, pale-skinned explorers who crossed ‘The Great Water’ to reach their lands many, many generations ago. These people called themselves Welsh, and this is their story . . .
The year is 1170 and disillusioned with power struggles and bitter infighting in the princedom of Gwynedd, Prince Madoc and his compatriots go in search of a wondrous land far to the west, celebrated in Norse legend and myth.
Their journey is anything but plain sailing though as they encounter an arrogant lord, a ruthless bishop, a vindictive Icelandic chieftain and an Irish hating giant psychopath. Then there is the deadly Anglo-Welsh mercenary hired by a spiteful Norman earl tracking them.
With the odds stacked against them, can Prince Madoc, Princess Angharad, Fergal and the others make it to their Promised Land?
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Born and bred in North Wales; after graduating from The University of Leeds with a Mining Engineering degree, Dai spent the next seven years living and working (often four km underground) in Southern Africa. This was followed by spells living in California and London.
He now resides in the beautiful state of Colorado but returns to Wales as often as possible to visit family, soak up that indefinable magical atmosphere. Proper fish and chips and CAMRA pubs serving real ale are the icing on the bara brith.