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A beautiful epic of love, longing, redemption, and enchantment in the tradition of Marion Zimmer Bradley?s The Mists of Avalon

Iceland, AD 1000

Freya knows that her people are doomed. Warned by the Fates of an impending disaster, she must embark o... More details on Ice Land

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"Just kindle a flame and I'll be with you."

It's summer vacation, but David's miserably stuck with his unpleasant relatives. Then a strange boy named Luke turns up, charming and fun, joking that David has released him from a prison. Or is he joking?... More details on Eight Days of Luke

Unlike most boys, David dreaded the holidays. His parents were dead and he lived with his Great-Aunt Dot, Great-Uncle Bernard, their son Cousin Ronald and Cousin Ronald’s wife Astrid; and all these fo...
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Odinn's Child by Tim Severin is the stunning first volume in the captivating Viking trilogy - an epic historical adventure in a world full of Norse mythology and bloodthirsty battles.

Our story begins in the year 1001 and the toddler, Thorgils Leiffs... More details on Odinn's Child

I SMILE SECRETLY at the refectory gossip. There is a monk in Bremen across the North Sea who has been charged with collecting information for the Bishop of Bremen-Hamburg. His name is Adam, and he has...
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A powerful, moving saga evoking the Celtic, Anglo-Saxon and Norse cultures of a thousand years ago from the acclaimed author of The Fionavar Tapestry.

"A historical fantasy of the highest order, the work of a man who may well be the reigning master o... More details on The Last Light of the Sun

Until it was found nothing could proceed. The island marketplace was crowded on this grey morning in spring. Large, armed, bearded men were very much present, but they were not here for trade. Not tod...
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One evening, during a terrible storm, Thor, the God of Thunder, appears to Erik, an ordinary 13-year-old boy. He sends Erik on a secret mission with his daughter, to travel back in time to the Land of the Dead. Erik must bring back the Goddess of Ete... More details on Erik and the Gods

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The Viking gods have been banished from Asgard by Odin. Today they make the best of life on Earth. Thor is a professional athlete, Freya a prostitute, and Loki sells cheap products on QVC. Lurking in the background of their lives is a prophecy; one t... More details on Mjolnir

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"A surprise from the author of Chocolat," New York Times bestselling author Joanne M. Harris, "this pacy adult fantasy is narrated by Loki, the Norse god of fire and mischief" (Vogue).

This novel is a brilliant first-person narrative of the rise and ... More details on The Gospel of Loki

THE WORLDS ARE ALWAYS CHANGING. It’s their nature to ebb and flow. That’s why, in the old days, the Middle Worlds were smaller than they are today – later, they expanded in the years of the Winter War...
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In a thrilling adventure of brotherhood, warfare, and treachery, Giles Kristian takes us into ninth-century England, a world of darkness, epic conflict, and an unforgiving God served by powerful priests. On ships shaped like dragons, bristling with o... More details on Blood Eye

IT WAS April. The lean days of fasting and the long months of winter had been forgotten with the full bellies of the Easter feast. The people were busy with the outdoor tasks that the icy winds had ke...
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What do readers say about The Goddess of Nothing At All?

ambitious, epic, heart-wrenching well rounded book dark fantasy classic mythology

A dark fantasy Norse myth retelling for fans of Circe, The Witch's Heart, and The Silence of the Girls

Perhaps you know the myths.

Furious, benevolent Gods

A tree that binds nine realms.... More details on The Goddess of Nothing At All

“Odin has many names; Hangi, Grimnir, and Allfather among them. He created the realms and those that dwell in them. He has many children, who are each powerful gods in their own right, and all of them...
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What do readers say about Gods and Myths of Northern Europe?

history, religion, folklore nonfiction a classic

Surveys the pre-Christian beliefs of the Scandinavian and Germanic peoples. Provides an introduction to this subject, giving basic outlines to the sagas and stories, and helps identify the charachter traits of not only the well known but also the les... More details on Gods and Myths of Northern Europe

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