This book tells lots of stories about ancient Ireland, but focuses on the series of invasions that swept through the Emerald Isle. Nuada ruled over the Tuatha when they took over, but got caught up in trouble with the Fir Bolg and Fomorians.
In this story, the young stud Lugh allies himself with Nuada and the Tuatha de Danann. Finally, at the Second Battle of Moytura/Mag Tuired, Lugh mourned Nuada's death at the hand of the Fomorian Balor.
The Celtic bardic tradition comes full circle in this archaeological mystery. Local Irish lads tell eager kiddies the story of Nuada Argetlam and Balor, part of the Emerald Isle's great tradition.
Get your fae on! Nuada appears as one of the faerie folk of Ireland here. In Gray's novel, he chats about his problems with his Tuatha successor, Bres, to the hero Keegan.
This "Iron Druid" novella plays up Dian Cecht's fame. The healer god appears with Nuada as the awesome twosome that helped bring back the Tuatha de Danann's king.