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The Path of the Celts is a well-written, engaging fictional story about religious tolerance. The story and characters are well developed and there are many plot twists that show the author’s creative talent, especially regarding the gods, goddesses, and Lucifer. I loved the story and its message and look forward to reading the next part. – Amazon Review
Lucifer’s fall from Heaven wasn’t an affront to God, but rather an act of God: the first spark in what would be a war culminating with Yahweh being worshipped as the One True God and his minion, Lucifer, ruling over the Kingdom of Hell.
The world was perfect … until the old gods Yahweh sought to destroy were revived by the rebirth of Paganism. Now, the Celtic Goddess Mórrígan is determined to right this ancient wrong and undo what Yahweh and Lucifer caused. She has sent a son to earth named Owen O’Brien, but no one is aware of his true lineage. He resides with a Baptist family in Missouri, befriended by a humble Pagan family and their daughter, Angel Flynn.
The O’Briens and the Flynns must put aside their ideological differences to ensure Owen’s safety, for Lucifer has learned of Mórrígan’s child and is determined to crush the rebellion that has been brewing for millennia.
About the Author
Andrew Hurd is a self-published writer currently living in Aberdeen, Maryland. His first novel in his “The Path of the Celts” Series was released in April of 2022, and even though it took 13 years to perfect, he’s immensely proud of the story he’s created. Future sequels are in the works. When not writing, Andrew works full time as an HR Professional and is supported by his wife, Maggie, cat, Guinness, and their son Liam, who will be born later in 2022.