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August Books 21) Yearwood, by Paul Hazel

I'd had this on my list for years as a fantasy book set in a disguised Ireland. It isn't really; there's Irish, Welsh and Norse bits and pieces all jumbled up in a quest tale where I didn't really get very interested in the central character and the setting was much the same as many other fantasy novels. First of a trilogy but I won't get the other two.
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