The Road to Miklagard (Viking Saga, #2)
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The Road to Miklagard (Viking Saga #2)

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Harald is now a young man, his father has died. He has a complicated series of adventures which takes him to a giant's treasure cave in Ireland, then Jebel Tarik (Gibraltar), then to Miklagard (the Viking's name for Constantinople) where he joins the famous Varangian Guard. Eventually Harald returns home to Norway via the great ship-portage on the Dnieper.
Hardcover, 254 pages
Published July 1st 1957 by S. G. Phillips Incorporated (first published 1957)
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This book of the Viking Saga is probably my favorite because it involves the Romans. I thought that it is sometimes disturbing when you think of the scenes in your head.
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