Son of the Sun: a novel of the Ulster Cycle by Wren Paasch

This is the story of CuChulainn, son of the sun God Lugh Lamfada, as told through the eyes of his charioteer, Laeg MacRiangabair. This piece of Irish history and myth is roughly two millennia old, and has seen many interpretations. Much like Alexander the Great, I have long believed CuChulainn’s story to be edited to suit modern Christian sensibilities, but I have written it as I (and many) believe it to be true: that our warrior hero is gay.
Love, battles, magick, tragedy, kings, queens, Gods, and legends. A Pagan story written by a Pagan.

Author: Wren Paasch

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