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`Read Pdf ⚛ Odin's Wolves Ë We Lusted For An Even Greater Prize One That Can Never Be Lost Or Stolen Or BurntRaven And His Fellow Vikings Have Suffered Good Men Have Died Hard Won Treasure Has Been Lost But For These Norsemen, There Is Something Precious Than Gold Or Silver, And That Is Fame For This Is What A Warrior Leaves Behind When He Has Breathed His LastAnd So The Brotherhood Sail For Constantinople, The City They Call Miklagard There, It Is Rumoured, Both Riches And Glory Are To Be Found, But The Journey Takes Them Through Unknown And Dangerous Waters From The Wind Whipped Marshes Of The Camargue To The Treachery And Faded Glory Of A Once Mighty RomeFor Raven And The Wolfpack There Is A High Price To Pay For The Fame They Seek Miklagard S Streets May Seem Paved With Gold, But They Also Run With BloodA Brilliant, Brutal New Chapter In The Story Of Raven, This Is Historical Fiction At Its Most Authentic And Exciting RTC AWESOME.FULL REVIEW STILL AWESOME.Odin s Wolves is superb and Giles Kristian has crafted one of the best historical fiction trilogies of well, ever I know I rave about them, but it is totally warranted I adore the world that Osric Blood Eye is a part of Even though it is grim and gritty and terrifying, there is something about the band of warriors sailing the seas that gives me a warm feeling, and finishing this book left me feeling like I was desperate for The blade gets dull if we don t use it It is rare to find a trilogy with such supreme pacing that leaves you begging for Raven is a trio of books that definitely makes you crave after of the tale, and leaves an opening for The sheer variety of set pieces and content of each of these books covers nearly every aspect of dark ages adventure that you could hope for And Giles Kristian does it so well.Odin s Wolves pushes Osric into territories he has never been before The adventure leads him through the seas escaping from Frankia After meeting the iconic character Charlemagne, Kristian then writes the iconic places of Rome and Mikligard i.e Constantinople The beauty and wonder of these places told through Osric s eyes or his non blood eye was written in an astounding way, making me wish I was shoulder to shoulder with Sigurd s crew, experiencing the amphitheater and the duels, the Greek churches and the dragon ships A wise guest knows when to leave the table The crew added so much to Odin s Wolves The development of their relationships with Osric felt real and pure, some that bonded with him like brothers and others that thought of him as the bad luck of their Jarl There are rivalries and bonds that are tested, strengthened, destroyed throughout this and you feel every emotion with Raven.The realism is one of my favourite aspects of Odin s Wolves From the differences of cultures between the characters, to the detail put into the ships, equipment and mythologies, this was a Norse book through and through I enjoyed it so much that I have been on a rowing machine in my Viking re enactment kit It feels amazing Toggle boots, Thor s hammer, hand axe, I recommend this I can t wait to dive into the books focused on Sigurd He is a remarkable character, much akin to Bernard Cornwell s Arthur, only with a longer beard and less prayer Glory is the prize that can never be burned, stolen by anyone or lost 5 5 Beautiful, violent, intense and real Odin s Wolves is the final tale in a trilogy that will cement itself into your top 5 easily A masterclass in pacing, character development and dark ages realism, Odin s Wolves is historical fiction at it s finest Sk l to Giles Kristian So I just finished the final book of the Raven trilogy I found myself staring at the book, unable to believe it s over.It s been a while since a story has sucked me in like this one Fantastically written If these books are on your TBR list, move them up NOW Giles Kristian took me into this world in a visceral way Didn t overdo the world building yet, I could see it vividly Didn t drone on and on about the characters yet, I knew them intimately Didn t gratuitously describe the violence of battle yet, I felt every wound.I m not a huge fan of long book series But I honestly didn t want this one to end Great end to a great trilogy What a series Fantastic Spell binding and tonnes of fun.