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CollectionsYour library (200), Currently reading (1), All collections (200)

Reviews4 reviews

Tagsatlantis (1), celtic (1), neolithic (1), fantasy (1) — see all tags

MediaBook (200), Paper Book (198), Ebook (2)

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About meI am a writer and smallholder living in western Ireland.

The seccnd volume of my fantasy "The Fall of the Sea People" should be out before the end of the year.

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Homepagehttp://www.henryhallan.me

Real nameHenry Hallan

LocationGurteen, Co. Sligo, Ireland

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Account typepublic, free

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Member sinceJun 18, 2012

Currently readingWhy the West Rules--for Now: The Patterns of History, and What They Reveal About the Future by Ian Morris

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