This last book is a great read - much exciting stuff.
If you're reading "The Cross," or considering purchasing it, you've probably already read the first two books in the series and are caught up in the story.
Following Kristin's life and loves and families is an adventure filled with sorrow, pain and hardships ... everything we love in a story!
A wonderful story, beautifully written in a Medieval (style) language. Following Kristin's life and loves and families is an adventure filled with sorrow, pain and hardships ... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lee
This is the saddest of the trilogy. It can't be understood without reading the first two books. I bought this one (kindle) because the library didn't have this translation, which... Read morePublished 4 months ago by P. Poletes
As the third book in the trilogy, it was a relief to have
the story wrapped up. All three interesting, but bleak.
It is hard to end any story so that the reader feels fulfilled and complete but in this story Undset achieves a masterpiece by ending the story very naturally but with profound... Read morePublished 7 months ago by A.K. Frailey
I've been enjoying the book very much, as my husband is a Norwegian man who was born in the US. We have been to Norway, consequently, we have visited some of the towns menstioned. Read morePublished 9 months ago by NANCY MOEN
Exciting saga of Medieval Norway from a woman's point of view. The characters come alive in spite of the alien time involved.
Should be read from first book to last over time.
A friend recommended this trilogy set in 14th century Norway. I loved all three books. They were written almost 100 years ago so the insights are very interesting.Published 12 months ago by Janis Adams
I'm still suffering withdrawal symptoms now that I've completed volume three. Where will I find another world like this one? Read morePublished on October 14, 2012 by D. R. Greenfield