The Treasure of the Celtic Triangle by Michael Phillips ~ Review

The Treasure of the Celtic Triangle (The Green Hills of Snowdonia, #2)
My Review: A lovely novel that evokes the classic writing styles of years gone by.

Percy has grown up and become a man, having accepted his uncle's dying request, Percy embarks on a quest to resolve the mystery of the Westbrooke estate, and hte answer might be closer than he ever thought.

Michael Phillips has written another memorable addition to his The Green Hills of Snowdonia saga. This book is written in a style and plot reminiscent of the late George Macdonald, which I believe was totally intentional.

I loved how the characters were carefully crafted, and there was mystery to the plot. But the thing that I most loved was that this was the kind of book that you might find on the shelves of a home 100 years ago, because of the values represented and solid biblical foundation.

The descriptions were detailed and I like how the characters interacted. Florilyn was a wonderful character who continued to grow, and I like watching these young people grow into the people that they were supposed to be.

Overall a wonderful book that I found very enjoyable.

I received this ebook from the publishers in exchange for an honest review. Thanks!


  1. These books sound wonderful! Great review. I've got this series on my TBR pile and looking forward to reading them. :)

    1. Cathy, they are! They are a little different than what is on the Christian Fiction shelves these days, but very enjoyable :)


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