The Stag Lord: Volume 1


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Spence City
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5.3 X 8.01 X 0.54 inches | 0.61 pounds

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About the Author

Darby Karchut (Darby Kaye) is an award-winning author, dreamer, and compulsive dawn greeter. She's been known to run in blizzards and bike in lightning storms. When not dodging death by Colorado, Darby writes urban fantasy for tweens, teens, and adults. Her latest novels include Finn Finnegan (2013) and Gideon's Spear (2014) in The Adventures of Finn MacCullen series as well as the next book in the series, The Hound at the Gate (January 2015). The Stag Lord is her first adult novel.


Gideon Spear is fantasy at its most intricate, and will appeal to any fantasy reader... a fine story that teens will find evocative and fast-paced. -- Midwest Book Review
Gideon's Spear is packed with friendship, adventure, humor, and mystery--everything needed for an entertaining and page-turning read. -- Lindsay Eland, author of Scones and Sensibility and A Summer of Sundays
It's rare to find a sequel that raises the bar, but ye gods! Karchut has done it with Gideon's Spear! Loads of action and humor, as well as a formidable new enemy, will keep readers turning the pages right to the end of Finn MacCullen's latest adventure. -- Jeannie Mobley, author of Katerina's Wish
Finn Finnegan brings classic adventure into a modern day setting for a great read. The Celtic lore in the story is fascinating and gives it an extra richness. This will appeal to all those readers (myself included) who love the idea of a hidden and dangerous world within our own sometimes too ordinary world. -- Dee Garretson, author of Wildfire Run and Wolf Storm
If Lloyd Alexander had written The Ranger's Apprentice, the result might have been something like Finn Finnegan. Fantastic! -- Mike Mullin, author of Ashfall and Ashen Winter
Overall, a great choice for adventure-loving readers who refer their battle scenes with a hefty dose of ancient weaponry, ground-fighting skills, and just a touch of magic. -about Finn Finnegan -- School Library Journal
A fascinating young adult novel... Karchut keeps you at the edge of your seat... -about Griffin Rising -- Sharp Writ Book Awards
Griffin Rising is an excellent book by an exciting new author in the young adult world. -- A Tale of Many Book Reviews

Karchut (Kaye) continues her exploration of the fighting Irish in this crip and feisty urban fantasy. Adult fans...will relish the relationship between an heir to the Celtic throne and the young healer, Shay, whose skills are constantly put to the test.

--D.C. Farmer, author of The 400lb Gorilla (The Hipposync Archives)

Darby Karchut's new novel is a refreshing glimpse into the often-visited world of Celtic mythology and tradition. It paints familiar myth with new colors and gives us heroes we want to root for--and reasons to keep turning the pages.

--Walter H. Hunt, author of the Dark Wing Universe and Elements of Mind

Darby sets a vivid scene as backdrop to a passionate story with a strong romance, and even stronger family unit. She had me at Bann's Irish brogue, Cor's young bravery, and Shay's sheer strength of will, then slayed me with the Doyle family. Darby Kaye's Tuatha Dé Danann shouldn't be missed.

--M.D. Waters, author of Archetype and Prototype