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In the last days of the Viking era, young Runolf of Orkney, dazzled by an idealization of the Viking world of folksong and myth, set out to seek his fortune with a band of ruthless adventurers.
Published (first published 1965)
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Currently I have a journal to make an entry in called History:The Vikings. I thought this was a book I had read in childhood, but looking at its published date it must have been that I read it with/to or was read it by one of my sons. Probably read to by my older dyslexic son Adrian, the subject matter would have appealed to him, and he was a reluctant reader until 15 when he took up reading French and Russian heavyweights before going off to Uni to study history and becoming an EFL teacher and ...more
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Henry Treece (22 December 1911 – 10 June 1966) was a British poet and writer, who worked also as a teacher, and editor. He is perhaps best remembered now as a historical novelist, particularly as a children's historical novelist, although he also wrote some adult historical novels.
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