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Sha'Kert End of Night 5-Star Review

“...vividly and poetically evokes the strange and contradictory world of late 18th-century Ireland...delving into a criminal underworld of thievery, brothels and secret societies alongside philosophical and political musings...a novel highly attuned to its historical context in both its sentences and its understanding of what was possible, ‘thinkable’, at the time.”

Claire Hennessy, Author of Like Other Girls

“…instantly immersive experience...[t]he phraseology is constantly extraordinary debut from a contemporary writer…” Peter O'Neill, Poet, Translator, Editor, & Critic

A Land Without Wolves…reflect[s] on a volatile period of Irish history in an honest assessment of what was lost and gained by the rebellion. Daniel Wade demonstrates…a nuanced understanding of the reality of the historical context…a compelling way to present a period of Irish history filled with darkness and heartbreak; MacTíre [is] a constantly engaging persona…a character who refuses the call of both sides…”

Readers' Favorite 5-Star Review


In the midst of rebellion are legends wrought, and Mogue Trench knows of a tale never told. What better time to relay it than as the rope awaits.

The Highwayman Joseph Mac Tíre knows of hardship - at the hands of Redcoats and Republicans alike - so Ireland's political struggle has less appeal than mentoring an orphan in the ways of the underworld.

Yet the world has a way of catching up to men whose hearts know only darkness - men who hunt, and kill, and howl in rage.

But sooner or later, they howl no more.


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