Odin's Wolves

Odin's Wolves

Book - 2011
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Raven and the Wolfpack have suffered. Good men have died, treasure has been lost. But to Norsemen such as these there is something more valuable than silver: fame - for fame is the saga-story that a warrior leaves behind when he dies. And so the Fellowship sail in search of Constantinople.
Publisher: London : Bantam Press, 2011.
ISBN: 9780593061664
0593061667
Branch Call Number: KRIST
Characteristics: 409 p. : maps ; 24 cm.

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ChristchurchLib Jun 23, 2016

Having carved a bloody swathe through central Europe, Sigurd the Lucky's band of Norsemen set their sights on Miklagard, the "Great City" of the East better known known as Constantinople, the wealthy seat of the Byzantine Empire. As his comrades prepare for conquest, seer Raven -- heartbroken over losing the woman he loves -- hopes that fortune and glory will be enough to restore his wounded spirit. Although Odin's Wolves stands on its own, readers who want to start at the very beginning should check out Blood Eye and Sons of Thunder. Those seeking even more Viking action should try Robert Low's Oathsworn novels, beginning with The Whale Road.

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Dogmadix
May 13, 2014

cool series, much better than many other viking-themed series I've read.

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bradsugden
Dec 03, 2013

Great conclusion to a fantastic trilogy. Hope there are more to follow. Author gets a little repetitive in his descriptions, but otherwise a fun flowing story of adventure.

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