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It is 1916 and the winds of rebellion are rising in Ireland as Easter Sunday nears. Sick of British rule, Irish freedom fighters plan to strike while England is supposedly pre-occupied with the war in France. Meanwhile, in the village of Carrybeg, young Rauri Mac Cathail operates a small creamery with his Uncle Ivor, a decorated veteran of the Boer campaigns in Africa.
Mixing wild horror fantasy with factual historic events, writer Philip McCormac weaves a tale of drama and passion that is pure pulp magic. One readers will not soon forget.