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Glendalough Fair (The Norseman Saga, #4) Spring Has Come To Ireland, Where Thorgrim Night Wolf, New Made Lord Of V K L , And The Three Hundred Viking Warriors Under His Command Have Suffered Through A Brutal Winter Despite Having Accomplished Much During The Months Of Cold And Rain, The Patience Of The Men Has Worn Thin And Anger And Frustration Threaten To Tear The Ships Crews Apart But Just As The Men Are Turning On One Another, A Local Irish Lord Arrives With A Proposal, A Plan For Irish And Norse To Join Together In A Raid Using Ireland S Rivers To Float Their Longships Far Inland The Plan, However, Soon Turns Into A Nightmare Of Massacre And Betrayal, And Thorgrim And His Band Must Fight Both The Skilled Commander Of The Local Forces As Well As Enemies In Their Own Camp It S A Fight In Which Victory Or Defeat Will Mean The Difference Between Riches Or Death.


10 thoughts on “Glendalough Fair (The Norseman Saga, #4)

  1. says:

    First of all, I love Thorgrim Night Wolf He s a Viking, he s a werewolf and he s a badass I will never miss a Thorgrim book.That being said, this one isn t my favorite in the series The previous books were driven by Thorgrim s desire to return home to the Vik In this book Thorgrim has accepted that he is stuck in Ireland and has come to enjoy his position as the lord of Vik Lo For me this deflated Thorgrim s depth as a character I even found myselfinterested in the new POV character, First of all, I love Thorgrim Night Wolf He s a Viking, he s a werewolf and he s a badass I will never miss a Thorgrim book.That being said, this one isn t my favorite in the series The previous books were driven by Thorgrim s desire to return home to the Vik In this book Thorgrim has accepted that he is stuck in Irel...


  2. says:

    I have been reading and enjoying this series for several months now This is well researched, well written, better than average historical fiction Action, adventure, romance and a sugar coated history lesson Just what I like This 4th novel in the series also introduces a new, well developed, likeable protagonist, a Frankish prince in exile What this volume does not do is give us a complete story When I finished volume three, I wanted to read the sequel When I f...


  3. says:

    The last open endeThe last in the series and very good as the rest , especially for those who wonder avout the history of Ireland but do not have the patience to read dry history The catch it does not really end the saga.


  4. says:

    Great story, I couldn t put it down Great piece of historical fiction The characters were really well developed and interesting both good and bad I can t wait to start the next book.


  5. says:

    Cliffhanger after cliffhanger Action action action Battles, betrayals, twists and turns Running, fighting and running and fighting, victory and defeat snatched away and returned all the way to the end This is a non stop ride.


  6. says:

    It was excellent just the like the rest in the series Reading book number five now Excellent historical fiction with plenty of action.


  7. says:

    Good read I enjoyed the book very much The Irish still doharm to each other than from any one else.


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here While none of the books in the Noresemen Saga have been softballs, Glendalough Fair felt particularly dark I guess it wasbecause there were no victories for Thorgrim and company, and some major, major losses although I am so glad that Starri lived Not to mention some pretty treacherous dealings both with other fin gal, and some pretty slimy Irish as well Essentially the entire book, Thorgrim knew he was walking into a trap, but his pride and honor wouldn t allow him to do anything oth While none of the books in the Noresemen Saga have been softballs, Glendalough Fair felt particularly dark I guess it wasbecause there were no victories for Thorgrim and company, and some major, major losses although I am ...


  9. says:

    The last vestiges of winter blanket V k lo at the opening of the fourth book in the Norsemen Saga Thorgrim Nightwolf is lord, and soon he and his men will launch their new longships But some of his cooped up men spoil for action Chief amongst them is Kjartan Thorolfson, who stages a fight with the intention of killing Thorgrim The timely arrival of Kevin mac Lugaed interrupts Kjartan s plans, but Thorgrim intends to deal with the traitor just as soon as the Irishman leaves.The uneasy allianc The last vestiges of winter blanket V k lo at the opening of the fourth book in the Norsemen Saga Thorgrim Nightwolf is lord, and soon he and his men will launch their new longships But some of his cooped up men spoil for action Chief amongst them is Kjartan Thorolfson, who stages a fight with the intention of killing Thorgrim The timely arrival of Kevin mac Lugaed interrupts Kjartan s plans, but Thorgrim intends to deal with the traitor just as soon as the Irishman leaves.The uneasy alliance Kevin has forged with Thorgrim allows the two peoples to coexist, but Kevin wants to be rid of all Norsemen In doing so, he will gainland and greater power To initiate his plan, he proposes that Thorgrim and his men join with the Irish to raid Glendalough Fair,...


  10. says:

    I have been reading and enjoying this series for several months now This is well researched, well written, better than average historical fiction Action, adventure, romance and a sugar coated history lesson Just what I like This 4th novel in the series also introduces a new, well developed, likeable protagonist, a Frankish prince in exile What this volume does not do is give us a complete story When I finished volume three, I wanted to read the sequel When I finished this volume four, I n I have been reading and enjoying this series for several months now Thi...


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