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Product Details

  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing (June 28 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1770530304
  • ISBN-13: 978-1770530300
  • Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 2.5 x 14 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 318 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,960,375 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"At last, the gripping conclusion to the epic historical fantasy saga started in DRUIDS is here! WARRIORS tells the tumultuous story of love, betrayal and sacrifice that will leave readers breathless, and clamoring for more!" — Lezli Robyn
"Warriors — all the glory of Rome, the courage of resistance, bound in magic, struggle and hope. Be transported." — Jay Caselberg
"Vivid and intriguing historical fantasy" — S.M.Stirling
"At last! The third volume in the stunning series is here! Galler-Smith and Langston are terrific writers. Enjoy." — Robert J. Sawyer
"Blood, lust, magic, and Julius Caesar. What more could you want?" — Mike Resnick

About the Author

Barbara Galler-Smith resides in Edmonton with John, her fabulously supportive husband, and two incredibly cute Yorkshire terriers. After a hiatus from everything but working for money and pet care brochures, she returned to the quirky world of writing science fiction and fantasy.
She's a member of Edmonton's Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer's Group. "The Cult of Pain", and co-founder, with writer-editor Ann Marston, of the emerging new writers group, "The Scruffies" (named for a group-written story's main character, not for their personal conditions). She's also busy editing with On Spec magazine.
A graduate of Georgia State University with a degree in Journalism, Josh's writing tastes quickly shifted away from nonfiction. His short stories have been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies. When not writing fiction, Josh develops multimedia presentations about Georgia's past for historical societies around the state.

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Okay, I waited for it, I loved it and now I wish the story wasn't just a trilogy! Or that another series would begin that would take me back there and see how things developed! I really like books that absorb me, and this trilogy did just that . . .
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa03e63a8) out of 5 stars Brilliant Ending! Sept. 4 2013
By K. Boyce - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Having devoured "Druids" and "Captives" I eagerly waited for the publication of the final novel in the Druids trilogy. "Warriors" did not disappoint, it just took too long to get here! I finally got closure for the heart-wrenching struggles of the Gauls against the villainous Caesar. This historical fantasy was the best I've ever read. The characters age subtly - they do not remain static. Mallec in particular becomes stodgy, set in his ways. Character development was especially fine-tuned. Mallec is shaken from his solemnly-ordered world and exhibits stress and frustration as a long-held secret is revealed to him. Rhonwen achieves a maturity and grace befitting a driad and asserts her independence boldly. If you do not know these characters yet, wait to read this book until you have read the first two. You need the background and the development of these characters toward what they become in "Warriors." The story has all the elements one looks for in an epic novel plus twists and turns of the plot and an ending that only can be called "brilliant."
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa03e65f4) out of 5 stars Warriors: Part Three of the Druids trilogy Sept. 1 2013
By Ronald F. Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Just finished reading "Warriors": good news, I got to enjoy another trip to a beautifully developed could-have-been history; bad news, this is the last book in the trilogy.

In "Warriors," the authors bring to the inevitable conclusion the intertwined stories started in "Druids" and continued in "Captives." As foreshadowed in the clash of the ancient Druid culture with the aggressively growing Roman Empire in "Druids," and made explicit in Julius Caesar's threat of genocide in "Captives," we are made to witness in "Warriors," through the eyes of the vanquished, the destruction of the proud tribes of Gaul. By immersion in the lives and hopes of desperate tribespeople and Druids, the authors seduce the reader into a poignant optimism at odds with the historical context. In the face of the bitter truth, this final installment of the trilogy brings together the threads connecting the characters the reader has come to care about, leaving just enough hope for the fading Druid way of life to make us regret that the story has come to an end. Or has it?

If you like a little fantasy in your history, read this book (and if you haven't read "Druids" and "Captives" yet, get busy). The only good thing about the trilogy being complete is that we can give it as a gift set to our friends this Christmas. If you want to share but you're too "frugal" to buy books for your friends, call your library and make sure it gets this trilogy, then recommend it to your friends and get almost as much credit as the gift would have gotten you.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa03e6834) out of 5 stars Live Well, Die Well April 3 2014
By Christina Paige - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
History is usually told from the point of view of victors, since they usually control the media and the records. But there are also counter-culture versions of history, and if a people can find solace and inspiration in the heroics exploits of their ancestors, however ultimately doomed they proved to be, these histories have a way of eventually asserting themselves, sometimes taking the form of legend or fiction. When Julius Caesar massed his armies an navies to seize control of Gaul and Britain, he had overwhelming advantages of men, weapons, armor, gold coin, and forts. Even so, guardians, warriors, bards and druids of Britania and Gaul formed alliances to fend off the Roman invaders and defy their conquerors. Galler-Smith and Langston unfold a panorama of conquest, resistance, subjugation, and survival. Inevitably, as the cultures of the conquered and the conquerors begin to blend and influence each other in subtler ways, warriors who once fought on opposing sides find common ground. Others find love in the midst of danger and death, and a new breed arises, like the warriors who sprang from the dragon’s teeth that Cadmus sowed.
This is one of the most enjoyable historical romances I’ve ever read. The fictional characters are well drawn and interesting, and the historical ones anchor the story. Instead of bemoaning the destruction, the authors present the valor, the resilience, and the skills of their protagonists. There is also a neat twist at the end which history buffs may see coming, but most readers will find an elegant surprise. I just wish Edge Books had included bio-blurbs about the authors, and that the authors had provided an explanation of their research and which elements were historical, which fictional.
HASH(0xa03e6ab0) out of 5 stars Druid led Gaul Vs. Caesar and his legions ! Dec 1 2013
By J. Roger - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
It all comes together in the final book of the "Druid" series as the Druid clans fight for their very survival against the Roman invaders led by Julius Caesar. Full of battles, intrigue and romance in an era most of us can only imagine, this book does it all and leaves the reader wanting more. Great job!
HASH(0xa03e6948) out of 5 stars Well-written and intriguing March 29 2016
By Elle Hellstrom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I read this book first, since it was the only one left in the bookstore, and I have to say that I loved it. The language was good, the story and the intrigues were great, and the characters believable and engaging. I got a feeling that there was much research in the making of this book and I can definitely recommend this book to anyone who is intrigued by historic novels.

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