Hawk of May Themes

Gillian Bradshaw
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The controlling theme of the trilogy, also introduced in this first book, is the moral conflict of good and evil, here posited as the Light and the Dark.

Gwalchmai as a boy discovers the Dark manifested in the person of his own mother, Morgawse, a sorceress. When Morgawse follows her grim experiments in the occult to a brutal human sacrifice, her son rebels and runs away from home. In one of his many subsequent...

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