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Published by HarperCollinsPublishers in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Alfred, -- King of England, -- 849-899 -- Fiction,
  • Vikings -- Fiction,
  • Historical fiction,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Alfred, 871-899 -- Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

Sequel to: The pale horseman.

StatementBernard Cornwell.
GenreFiction.
SeriesThe Saxon novels
The Physical Object
Pagination317 p. cm.
Number of Pages317
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20945370M
ISBN 100060888628
LC Control Number2006043627
OCLC/WorldCa68712334

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Lords of the North: A Novel (Saxon Tales Book 3) - Kindle edition by Cornwell, Bernard. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Lords of the North: A Novel (Saxon Tales Book 3)/5(). A breathtaking adventure, Lords of the North is also the story of the creation of modern England, as the English and Danes gradually become one people, adopting each .   The third book in Bernard Cornwell's Saxon Chronicles, Lords of the North picks up just after the end of book two, The Pale Horseman. We are following Uhtred, our hero, as he moves north in the kingdom and away from King Alfred. Uhtred fortuitously frees a slave named Guthred along the way, only to unwittingly help Guthred become King of 5/5(4). Lords of the North book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. “The adventurous spirits, who haunted the forest and plain, grew fond o /5(5).

  Lords of the North is Bernard Cornwell’s finest work yet—a breathtaking adventure, but it also tells the story of the creation of English identity, as the English and Danes begin to become one people, appropriating each other’s languages and, thrillingly, fighting side-by-side. BERNARD CORNWELL is the author of the acclaimed New York Times bestselling Saxon Tales series, which includes The Last Kingdom, The Pale Horseman, Lords of the North, Sword Song, The Burning Land, Death of Kings, The Pagan Lord, and, most recently, The Empty Throne and Warriors of the Storm, and which serves as the basis for the hit television series The Last Kingdom.4/5(20). Read pdf The Lords of the North absolutely for free at “The rain had gone southwards, leaving a rinsed sky ragged with small hurrying clouds beneath which we rode from Dunholm's high gate. We left the tr /10(2). Lords of the North. New York: Harper. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Cornwell, Bernard, Lords of the North. New York: Harper, MLA Citation (style guide) Cornwell, Bernard. Lords of the North. First Harper paperback edition. New York: Harper, Print.

Like the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, the Saxon Chronicles take a while to catch on. The first book was engaging but not gripping. The second was better and this thiird one, "Lords of the North" was just Superb. Uhtred is the essence of untamed masculine ethos and the reader grows to love him more and more with the passing of time. Lords of the North Book Summary and Study Guide. Bernard Cornwell Booklist Bernard Cornwell Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Lords of the North; Lord Uhtred of Bebbanburg and his adopted brother Ragnar take revenge on their father's murderer, Kjartan, and his son, Sven. The year is A.D. and Lord Uhtred of Bebbanburg tires of.   The Lords of the North is a page-turner, with good descriptive pages and hilarious dialogue exchanges. The story is followed by Uhtred’s point of view and narrated by the protagonist in first person and in retrospective. He is a very old man looking back at his adventurous long life. This makes the reader deeply aware of his incredible irony /5(K).   Lords of the North - Lords of the North audiobook, by Bernard Cornwell The third installment of Bernard Cornwell’s bestselling series chronicling the epic saga of the making of England, “like Game of Thrones, but real” (The Observer, London)—the basis for The Last Kingdom, the hit BBC America television achieving victory at King Alfred’s side, Uhtred of 4/5.