Gods Don't Cry
Ireland once worshiped a multitude of gods. Gods that were powerful and brave, yet still unafraid to show their vulnerability, reject violence, or look to others for support. These ancient stories challenge modern notions of what it means to be a hero, showing the complex depth of these early heroes as they perform magic, battle demons, overcome struggles and find the courage to be true to themselves.
This is a book that will be enjoyed by all ages, by those with an interest in Ireland, its culture, myths and roots.
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264 pages, hardback