The Celt who Defied Rome
Francisco Narla is a Spanish writer and airline captain with an extensive literary career. He has been publishing novels since 2009 starting with Los lobos del centeno, then Caja negra, followed in 2012 by Assur, an historical adventure and a great hit, which still has a place on the shelves of book stores. In 2014, the publication of Ronin legitimized Narla as one of the most representative Spanish writers. Donde aúllan las colinas is among the brilliant milestones in his career that have been ...
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His father had started the journey, but was betrayed. Instead, he took refuge on the coast, away from the clans.
Breo is only a child when a treacherous attack razes the fort of Lagouzos where his father was chief. He is the only survivor. Those who did not die were enslaved in almighty Rome’s greatest gold mine.
Arrived in Gallaecia to build bridges and roads, the Roman Empire had also brought destruction of the land and of old customs.
Tana, one of the last sisters of the Order, weaves a plan to prevent that from happening. The young woman destined to lead men believed it possible. She persuaded the old clans to put aside their old quarrels and unite again against the invader. She went and looked for Breo in order to involve him, while in Rome, among excesses, luxuries and drowned in wine, Nero cries out for revenge and howls absolute conquest. Never before had so many legions been assembled. The watchword was to kill anyone who could hold a weapon.
That's when lineage and inheritance prompted Breo to fight. The only one way out appears to be taking over what his father had started and rebel against the invaders.
Together with Tana, they would face the most powerful empire of all time.