The Viking Saga by Henry Treece (ePUB)

The Viking Saga by Henry Treece (Books 1-3)
English | 2016 | Children’s Fiction | 7.5 MB

Henry Treece had an impressive career as teacher, historian, actor, editor and author. His published work included critical essays, poems and a fictional cycle of prehistoric Britain. An English poet and historical novelist whose ability to bring the ancient world to life in fiction makes his work especially appealing to young readers. As a poet he – together with J.F. Hendry – was a founder of the New Apocalypse movement, a reaction against the politically oriented, machine-age literature and realist poetry of the 1930s. Treece was educated at Birmingham University. He became a schoolteacher, and later he served as intelligence officer in the Bomber Command during World War II.
Into this breathtaking trilogy is woven the true spirit of the Vikings, who great thirst for travelling the seas took them on incredible voyages in defiance of icy waters, terrible hardships and bloodthirsty resistance.

Book 1 – Vikings Dawn
It is AD 780. Viking’s Dawn sees a young Norse boy, Harald Sigurdson, set sail for the Hebrides in the longship ‘Nameless’. The goal: to plunder the helpless coastal villages of Britain.

Book 2 – Road to Miklagard
Just five years later, undeterred by his first desperate journey, the dauntless warrior puts to sea once again, in The Road to Miklagard – this time lured by the news of a fabulous hoard of treasure.

Book 3 – Viking’s Sunset
After a lifetime struggling with the bitter waves, Harald embarks on his last voyage in Viking’s Sunset, this time not for gain but to seek vengeance on a blood enemy.

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