Child of Loki by Richard Denning Online

Child of Loki
Title : Child of Loki
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ISBN : 9780956810328
Language : English
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 370

The Northern Crown Series Book Two Child of Loki A divided land ... a divided family. The Battle of Catraeth has been won and Cerdic's homeland is safe ... but for how long? The Northern British were crushed but yet more enemies have risen to replace them. Soon Cerdic and his friends must go to war again - against the Scots and Picts north of Hadrian's wall. He goes to helThe Northern Crown Series Book Two Child of Loki A divided land ... a divided family. The Battle of Catraeth has been won and Cerdic's homeland is safe ... but for how long? The Northern British were crushed but yet more enemies have risen to replace them. Soon Cerdic and his friends must go to war again - against the Scots and Picts north of Hadrian's wall. He goes to help his country's allies - the Bernicians - under their great warlord, Aethelfrith. But what is Aethelfrith's true design? How ambitious is he and how far will he go to fulfil his dreams? And what is Cerdic's treacherous half brother, Hussa up to in these fierce wild lands? All Cerdic wants is to be left to live out his life in peace. But Loki, it seems, has other ideas.


Child of Loki Reviews

  • Jane

    Overall, this was an enjoyable read with no dull moments. The characters are well-written and you can really feel Cerdic's hesitancy in becoming the warrior and leader that his people need. His brother, Hussa, is the type of character you can truly hate for all his treachery, but he isn't the only one manipulating events.This book could have benefitted from a fresh pair of eyes during the editing process. There were numerous instances of misplaced quotation marks during dialogue which disrupted [...]

  • Sabrina

    I've said it before, but it bears repeating . . Cerdic is my kind of hero. Overall he is a wonderfully flawed warrior who can lead his people like no other. I get why people follow him and I understand their loyalty to him.There was non-stop action in this book and I was intrigued and awed by the manipulating and treachery going around. HUSSA - I fairly hiss when I see his name - is a horrible person and seriously needs to be killed - by Cerdic!I found a couple of typos or misplaced words that c [...]

  • Tim Schiraldi

    a good story built around what little information there is about the English and Britons in the Dark Ages. A fun, fast read.

  • Judith A Blaise

    Enjoying the SeriesI love history base novels. It isn't hard to imagine this era by the way this author wrote. He pulls you into the story.I just bought the third in this series.