Doom of the Gods, The
The Northmen were a favorite fictional theme for Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur. Intimately familiar with the Viking sagas (having translated "The Prose Edda: Tales From Norse Mythology" by Snorri Sturluson), from his earliest story, "In the Grip of the Minotaur" (co-written with Farnham Bishop) to his last, "He Rules Who Can," Brodeur clove a path of bloody destruction through the historical fiction field.
The Doom of the Gods reprints for the first time three of Brodeur's Viking tales from Adventure—the title novel plus two long novelettes: "Vengeance" and "The Honor of a King." Drawing on sources such as the Volsunga Saga and "Beowulf," and ranging in time from the third to the tenth centuries A.D., these stories are as gritty and action-packed as the Viking era they portray.
- The Doom of the Gods
- The Honor of a King
|Title:||Doom of the Gods, The|
|Author:||Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur|
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