“Stirring and picturesque.”—The Independent
Retold from the Norse sagas, this rousing novel of Viking days draws upon several historical figures, including the wild, roving, reckless career of King Harald Hardrede, son of the great Olaf.
A Saxon boy, captive of the Vikings, saves the life of Harald the Stern, commander of the Imperial Guard in Constantinople, and shares in his adventures, culminating in the battle of Stamford Bridge, aiding Harald in carving a bloody path to winning the throne of his rightful kingdom in Norway.
First time in paperback.
Trade paperback / 166 pages
Cover design by Tom Roberts
A Five Star review on Amazon.