Under the Stone of Destiny

Ray McCarthy

Books by Ray McCarthy

Talents Universe

The Apprentice’s Talent

The Journeyman’s Talent

The Solar Alliance

Starship Chief

The Master’s Talent

The Legal Talent

The Mission’s Talent

Celtic Otherworld

Under the Stone of Destiny

Carrying the Shining Sword

Seeking the Flaming Spear

Hero Genesis

No Silver Lining

Exiles and Rooks

Fairy Godmothers

Conspiracies and Rooks

The Fay Child

Artists and Rooks

Dwarves and Rooks

Goths and Rooks

Jewels and Rooks

The Wooing of Marion

The Ensorcelled Maid

Four Kids, one Foxe

Trader’s Isle

The Seven Talismans

The White Fire Stones

Under the Stone of Destiny

Ray McCarthy

Celtic Otherworld I

Four teenagers are trying to end the ruinous war. They are a human, a runaway Elf Princess, a Dryad Mage and Dwarf Wizard. Or at least that’s what Kevin, the student magus thinks they are.

Most of the action is on a legendary Celtic Otherworld, in Magh Meall where all the Tuath Dé live. Out of food and close to despair in the mountains they are told to wait for another companion by Corbie, the rook Familiar of Dean David, from the Magi College.

The cover is edited from a detail of Miranda, The Tempest, by John William Waterhouse.

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Originally written during July & August 2015 with parts in 1996.

Title: Under the Stone of Destiny

Author: Ray McCarthy

Series: Celtic Otherworld

Copyright © 2015, 2020 by Ray McCarthy and M. Watterson

Version 1.29

Smashwords eBook ISBN: 9781370168217


Also published by Corvids Press

Corvids Press epub ISBN: 9781801020701

Large Print ISBN: 9781801020145

Hardback ISBN: 9781801020008

Large paperback ISBN: 9781801020282

Medium paperback ISBN: 9781801020428

Pocketbook ISBN: 9781801020565

CC Audiobook ISBN: 9781801021388

BISAC: Fiction / Fantasy / Action & Adventure

About 77,200 words

The Celtic Otherworld

Contemporary travel to Otherworlds is mentioned in Celtic myth and legend. Meet the Tuath Dé, Sióg, Aés Sidhe, Elves and Faerie. Also set in Limerick, Ireland and Wychavon, England.