A Summer Without Flowers
Nearly lost in the mists of time, two prophecies were given, from opposite sides of the earth. One was pronounced on the battlefield of Mag Turaid, where the last of the folk known as the Tuatha de Danaan departed from Ireland into the Otherworld, to become the stuff of fairy tales and legend.
The second was a prophecy made to the Hopi Indians of Arizona from their god Maasaw, at the beginning of the Fourth World, the era they live in today.
Both foretold the future downfall of those who dwell on earth if they failed to heed the warnings given them - to care for each other and the world they inhabit. The old gods wait and watch, and have come to despair of what they see. The land of the sidhe has always been a place of beauty and prosperity, but now the sickness of ours threatens even them.
Part fantasy, part adventure and a love story not only between people, but their devotion to the worlds they vow to protect, A Summer without Flowers is an epic and topical tale of what happens when climate change and environmental degradation are intertwined with supernatural vengeance and a foretold fate.