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Eiriksdottir Freydis, Daughter Of The Great Nordic Explorer, Eirik The Red, Seeks To Gain Fortune And Independence By Leading An Expedition To Vinland, The First Viking Settlement In North America Eiriksdottir Is A Story Of Desire And Revenge, Where Dreams And Luck Are As Important As The Seaworthiness Of Their Ships First Published In 1994.

[PDF / Epub] ✅ Eiriksdottir  By Joan Clark – Pccare247.us
  • Paperback
  • 418 pages
  • Eiriksdottir
  • Joan Clark
  • English
  • 22 March 2018
  • 0140249508

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  1. says:

    I imagine you could read Eiriksdottir by Joan Clark in one of two ways as a rather dry historical fantasy novel or as a very lively history lesson This book is her fictionalization of one of the Viking journeys to North America during the time of Leif the Lucky, undertaken by his sister Freydis about 15 years after his own historic journey What the author tries to do with this story is present it with a mixture of styles It resembles the Viking Sagas I ve read the translated Egil s Saga in I imagine you could read Eiriksdottir by Joan Clark in one of two ways as a rather dry historical fantasy novel or as a very lively history lesson This book is her fictionalization of one of the Viking journeys to North America during the time of Leif the Lucky, undertaken by his sister Freydis about 15 years after his own historic journey What the author tries to do with this story is present it with a mixture of styles It resembles the Viking Sagas I ve read the translated Egil s Saga in that it dryly narrates from one event to another, whether it be grisly horror, heroic feat, daily chore or the mat...


  2. says:

    I didn t think I would like this as much as I doBased on the cover I thought it would be kind of draggybut it moves right along Exciting and not very typical female lead character The best part is the detailed descriptions of everyday Viking life My only complaint is I would like better maps.


  3. says:

    Disappointing The history was vivid, but the characters neither likeable nor interesting.


  4. says:

    For anyone who is interested about viking sagas Loved how she detailed all the day to day things Nice that someone spent time telling the story of the vikings exploration of Vinland.


  5. says:

    This story of Freydis is true to the sagas, but fills out imagined details, making it a compelling look into the lives of these Viking explorers and the difficulties they likely encountered in the storied Vinland The concluding chapters, imagining what may have happened to those who actually ...


  6. says:

    Too much cover and title for a poor story.


  7. says:

    I love Joan Clark, but really hate this novel


  8. says:

    I was quite disappointed with this book, especially considering that I loved the previous ones I d read from Joan Clark I m still hoping somehow that this is not the same Joan Clark that wrote Latitudes of Melt and An Audience of Chairs These others engaged me so much with her writing style, gave me the perception that I could understand all about the characters and provided me such a wonderful feeling of some sort of poetry in writing despite the fact that she writes in prose This book la I was quite disappointed with this book, especially considering that I loved the previous ones I d read from Joan Clark I m still hoping somehow that this is not the same Joan Clark that wrote Latitudes of Melt and An Audience of Chairs These others engaged me so much with her writing style, gave me the perception that I could understand all about the characters and provided me such a wonderful feeling of so...


  9. says:

    I have never been a historical fiction person, but this called to me because I liked Latitudes of Melt and because I visited L Anse aux Meadows last year Clark really put me in the shoes of these adventurers Their clothes, houses, customs, food are all laid out I admi...


  10. says:

    The resourcefulness of these early Greenlanders, landing in northern Newfoundland and surviving easily through the winter, is amazing This book touches on the friction between Christianity and the old Scandinavian gods, between men and women, between adventure and ease Very enjoyable.

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