The raven and the cross
The Raven and the Cross (Erik Haraldsson Book 2) by C.R. MayIF THERE IS CURRENTLY A BETTER WRITER OF HISTORICAL FICTION THAN C.R.MAY, I HAVENT READ THEM. Speesh Reads Review.
The North: 937AD - Three years have passed since the English king Athelstan bribed treacherous jarls to take Erik’s half-brother as king in Norway.
Forced from his kingdom, Erik Bloodaxe returns to the Viking ways of his youth. Warlords are driven from Danish lands, Saxony burns, and Dublin falls to a brutal assault before the prow beasts of Erik’s fleet turn south to stalk the seas off Al-Andalus.
As Erik’s reputation as a battle winner spreads his sons grow to manhood, and together they carve a new kingdom to rule from the islands which gird Britain’s north-west.
But Bloodaxe is not alone in suffering the Imperial ambitions of the southern English, and when a half-remembered figure leads a Northumbrian deputation to the king’s Orkney fastness, events are set in motion which will lure Erik south to face his greatest test.
The Raven and the Cross continues the turbulent story of Erik Haraldsson, a legendary king of the Viking Age.
PRAISE FOR BOOK ONE - BLOODAXE
This is historical fiction as it’s meant to be written…a writer at the peak of his craft.
Splendidly impressive, confident, and rich in incident and historical detail.
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Seller Rating:. About this Item: Hardback. Condition: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Seller Inventory GOR
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