The sons of Mil
Ireland is almost completely dominated by the british. The natives are not allowed to own land, and have no power in their local government. One boy, a servant of an Englishman in the Irish parlimant, is blamed for his master’s murder, and runs. While pushing through a grove of the most beautiful trees, her finds himself in Tir Non Og, where he is granted an audience with bile, the sacred tree. He is granted power, and leaves the gods, to clear his name, and save the people to the gods, the Gaels.