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The Prince of Ireland by Bryce Milligan
The Prince of Ireland and the Three Magic Stallions
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Bryce gives an overview of the book:

When the king of Ireland’s eldest son and his stepmother argue, she curses him with impossible task. He must bring to her the three magic stallions that the giant Sean O'Donal keeps "at the edge of the western world." The prince and his two loyal stepbrothers journey west, and attempt to steal the horses, but they quickly find themselves hanging from the giant's stable rafters above a fire. Only a very good story can save them from being cooked for supper themselves, so the Prince of Ireland tells a tale that saves the day and wins the stallions as well.
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When the king of Ireland’s eldest son and his stepmother argue, she curses him with impossible task. He must bring to her the three magic stallions that the giant Sean O'Donal keeps "at the edge of the western world." The prince and his two loyal stepbrothers journey west, and attempt to steal the horses, but they quickly find themselves hanging from the giant's stable rafters above a fire. Only a very good story can save them from being cooked for supper themselves, so the Prince of Ireland tells a tale that saves the day and wins the stallions as well.

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About Bryce

Born in Dallas, Texas, Bryce Milligan has lived in San Antonio since 1977. Milligan is a prolific, award-winning author in numerous genres, ranging from children’s books to adult poetry and criticism. He is the publisher and editor of Wings Press, which was profiled in ...

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Published Reviews

Dec.18.2007

Embarking on an ambitious, solemn, and passionate quest into a maze of his own making, the muse-poet in Bryce Milligan’s latest collection of poetry, Alms for Oblivion: A Poem in Seven Parts,...

Dec.18.2007

A musician himself, San Antonio poet Bryce Milligan seems to have inherited a portion of the musical abilities of predecessors such as Stevens and Roethke. What a joy and a reconfirmation...