Feasting the Wolf

Feasting the Wolf When Ketil and Ottar sail away with a Viking band to join the Great Army they dream of famous victories But the boys are ill prepared to survive a bloody and brutal battle with the Saxons Courage and

  • Title: Feasting the Wolf
  • Author: Susan Price
  • ISBN: 9780746077009
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Ketil and Ottar sail away with a Viking band to join the Great Army, they dream of famous victories But the boys are ill prepared to survive a bloody and brutal battle with the Saxons Courage and friendship alone must win the day in this sweeping, dramatic adventure.

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  • My 10 year old son lent me this and it was very good. A great way to get an idea of the culture and social structure of the Vikings. I connected with the characters, while not particularly liking them. Definitely worth buying for your kids, brings history to life.


  • Price has a knack for economically creating atmosphere so thick you could eat it. i suspect this and her other historical fiction for young readers would have sunk straight into my subconscious the way Sutcliff did, had i read them at the right age. even as an adult, very impressive.


  • Though Ms. Price is not writing a pastiche of Poul Anderson’s Viking stories, her writing style compares favourably to The Grand Master. This should be no surprise to informed readers because this is very much a tale Poul Anderson might have told. It is simple in construction and vivid in descriptions. The simplicity here is a lesson stories of another prolific genre writer, Andrew Offutt, would have benefited from. A tale does not need to be serpentine to pull the reader along. It can be stra [...]


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