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  • Trägudars land
  • Jan Fridegård
  • English
  • 12 August 2018
  • 9780803268708

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Trägudars land review Ñ 3 Ods by a Viking chieftain upset by thrall unrest The ensuing action shows Holme the father acting as not slave has ever before Fridegård a master at creating atmosphere sets the scene for his monumental work a Viking village with its log halls stable and sty; feuding families and human sacrifice; broadsailed dragon ships; and a port of pirates The remaining novels in the trilogy People of the Dawn 1944 and Sacrificial Smoke 1949 were published by the University of Nebraska Press in 19. Better than I remembered it from being forced to read it in school at age 13 Was it brilliant No But an excellent example of an all knowing author using God perspective I understand now why this book is used for educational purposes It s not just to bore 13 year olds to death nodnod Francis Bacon remaining novels in the trilogy People of the Dawn 1944 and Sacrificial Smoke 1949 were published by the University of Nebraska Press in 19. Better than I Disney's It's Hard to Share (Disneys) remembered it from being forced to Tod an der Place de la Bastille read it in school at age 13 Was it brilliant No But an excellent example of an all knowing author using God perspective I understand now why this book is used for educational purposes It s not just to bore 13 year olds to death nodnod

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Trägudars land review Ñ 3 Der among the greatest and most accurate every written about the Vikings For capturing its directness and emotional force in English Robert E Bjork won the 1987 Translation Prize of the American Scandinavian FoundationA thrall named Holme is the protagonist of Land of Wooden Gods which centers on the slave population of Sweden in the ninth century when the country was on the verge of Christianization The novel begins with the abandonment of a slave baby condemned to the wolf infested wo. This book was nothing special It was very boring The storyline is ok but the author didn t really make the book as exciting as it could have been Also the last 20 pages seem extremely unnecessary since the writer seems to be dragging the book out which was not needed All in all it was not a good book Глобальный человейник really make the book as exciting as it could have been Also the last 20 pages seem extremely unnecessary since the writer seems to be dragging the book out which was not needed All in all it was not a good book

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Trägudars land review Ñ 3 The romantic and powerful Viking warrior is a favorite subject of novelists moviemakers and historians But he is not the hero of Land of Wooden Gods His servant is Jan Fridegård 1897 1968 recreates the Viking period from a new perspective bringing to life not only a warfare culture but the institutions that supported it especially slavery and a religion of fear Originally published in Sweden in 1940 Land of Wooden Gods is the first volume of a trilogy of novels that Scandinavians consi. It s an unusual book its main focus are not the vikings themselves but their slaves It has some exciting parts some mildly boring parts and some great parts For example the chapter with the great temple I found very curious and I wonder if the tv series Vikings took inspiration from this book or the creators of the show and the author of the book used the same source Anyway one can learn a lot from it and have a good time reading it I ve read many unfavourable reviews here but I suppose it s just disappointment that it doesn t include the usual idiotic stuff from modern viking books and movies superhuman strength women warriors monsters dragons disfigured seers and carnages I ve read the English translation which is ok but I wish I could read it in my mothertongue take the hint Bulgarian publishers