The White Swans of Fal by Jackie Ashton
|Title||The White Swans of Fal|
|Language||English, Spanish, and French|
Have you ever listened to the song of a white swan? The ancient Celts believed the inhabitants of the Otherworld, wishing to revisit their earthly counterparts, often took the form of the great white bird. If we could only understand their haunting cries, perhaps we could realize the secrets of this life, and the next. The White Swans of Fal is a book of new beginnings, a renewal of the soul. Elizabeth Harrowsmith and William De Logos are forever bound by a force they do not fully understand. After their untimely deaths in the 15th century, they are reawakened in 17th century Ireland as Gillian, the daughter of English nobility, and Fionn, an Irish peasant. William and Elizabeth are now confronted with the impossible: reuniting their flesh beings and teaching them the meaning of life.