GRANUAILE: QUEEN OF STORMS

Written by
Dave Hendrick
,
By (artist)
Luca Pizzari
Granuaile: Queen of Storms

Follow the astounding and sometimes tragic tale of Ireland's own Queen of Storms brought to stunning life here in this beautiful retelling of one Ireland's greatest stories.

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€12.99
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Paperback:
64 pages
Size:
259x168 mm
ISBN:
9781847176714

Ireland, Sixteenth Century. A time of strife, invasion and adventure …

From Ireland’s wild west coast, a true leader emerges – Granuaile, the pirate queen … mother, lover, seafarer and chieftain.

A true story of bravery on the high seas, of battles, and of love, loss and leadership.

Follow the astounding and sometimes tragic tale of Ireland's own Queen of Storms brought to stunning life in this beautiful graphic novel.

Dublin native Dave Hendrick's previous work includes The Symptoms (Zuda) and Short Sharp Schlocks. He is currently working on a number of projects including a Pearl Jam comic book anthology and other graphic novels. For more www.davehendrick.com                                                                                                                                            

A freelance cartoonist currently living and working in London, Luca Pizzari fell in love with the art of the Kubert brothers when he was nine and decided he wanted to make comic books for a living straight away. He’s been drawing ever since. Loves Occult and Pulp themes, '60s-'70s sleazy B-series movies and too many superhero comic books. Hates talking about himself in third person. 

teens and young adults are likely to find this both entertaining and informative.  A great distraction for those rainy days anchored with nowhere to go!

Flying Fish and Coastalboating.net

if you are a boy or girl who likes adventure, bravery and comics, then Granuaile is the book for you

Connaught Tribune

this brilliant new graphic novel just blew me away … it's savage, bloody and feisty just like Gráinne herself and I have no doubt that kids and grown-ups will enjoy it equally

LisaReadsBooks

epic in scale and a must read … The O’Brien Press have a sure fire winner on their hands here once again

irishcomicnews.com

a great way to familiarise yourself with this neglected figure

Evening Echo

teens and young adults are likely to find this both entertaining and informative.  A great distraction for those rainy days anchored with nowhere to go!

coastalboating.net
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