The Forest House is a novel by Marion Zimmer Bradley about Eilan, the granddaughter of a Druid leader in Britain who becomes a priestess and defends her people. After her father takes over from her pacifist grandfather, he begins urging less cooperation with the Roman Empire. Eventually Eilan must sacrifice herself to avoid an uprising and save her son. The book creates a fantastical world centered around antiquity and themes of pacifism, sacrifice and redemption.
The Light in the Forest tells the story of John Butler, a white child kidnapped by Lenape Indians in the middle of the 18th century. Renamed True Son and adopted by a Lenape father, Butler struggles with his divided identity after reuniting with his birth parents in his youth. Eventually conflict erupts between his two worlds, leaving him caught in the middle and conflicted as to his loyalties. In the end he finds himself belonging to neither world.