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Bracelet of Bones

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Books : Bracelet of Bones: The Viking Sagas Book 1 (Paperback)

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Books : Bracelet of Bones: The Viking Sagas Book 1 (Paperback)
One morning Solveig wakes to find her father Viking mercenary Halfdan has broken his promise to her and gone to rejoin his friend Harald Hardrada in Constantinople where he is leader of the Empress's guard. Deciding to follow him Solveig sets off in a tiny boat and into an adventure along the Baltic and through the river routes of Russia to the Black Sea encountering Swedish traders a ghost-ship and a Russian king and braving arrow-storms and witnessing a living sacrifice along the way. Through it all Solveig's belief in her father is unwavering. Will she ever reach Constantinople? And will her father be there? A glittering novel that explores friendship and betrayal the father-daughter relationship the clash of religions and the journey from childhood to adulthood.


Series Title
Viking Sagas
Quercus Books
Book Format
Original Languages
Number of Pages
Kevin Crossley-Holland
Publication Date
March, 2012
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
7.80 x 5.08 x 0.71 Inches

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Something a little dif...

Something a little different about the Vikings: in the 11th century Solveig travels from Trondheim to Miklagard [Constantinople] to reunite with her father, Halfdan, who is there part of the Varangian Guard. She passes Ladoga, Kievan Rus, Black Sea, then her destination and reunion. The author must have researched thoroughly, but the story and characters fell flat. And how on earth could a young girl travel such a distance and in dangers--such as rapids on the Dnieper River--without some male figure hurting her? Her companions in the trading ship all treated her like a sister or daughter [depending on their age]. That was a bit hard to believe. The map tracing her journey was a gem! The author states that discovering in Aya Sofia the name "Halfdan" carved on a balustrade in Runic letters gave him the idea for the story.

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