Cycles of Norse Mythology: Tales of the Æsir Gods
Glenn Searfoss puts a fresh take on old tales about Norse gods, warriors, and men through new stories about beginnings and battle. Within the pages of Cycles of Norse Mythology, you will find exciting tales about the children of Loki, a tale about swan-maidens, Loki shaving Sif’s head, and several others that will leave you captivated. The book also contains a detailed glossary and a source reference to help delve deeper into the world of Norse mythology.
Searfoss brilliantly captures the voice of ancient Norse myths through a stunning writing style and characters who deliver astonishing tales about the time of gods and creation. The tales are divided into cycles, with the events occurring based around themes of prophecy, victory, vengeance, premonitions, Ragnarok, and the relationship between gods and men. The stories are brought to life with well-crafted details and vivid characters as Searfoss reimaginines the beginnings of well-known Norse characters. Several of the characters featured include Loki, Thor, Freyja, Sif, and Odin, each of whose origins are explored as well as their victories and struggles. Searfoss delivers several tales that are bound to be favorites that are about warrior women, Loki’s trickery, Thor’s battles, and the various victories of the gods. Cycles of Norse Mythology honors the style of Norse myths with an original voice, beloved characters, and addictive stories all ages can enjoy.
|Page Count||838 pages|
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