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Poul Anderson's fantasy has the stark, fatalistic tone of Norse mythology. Its monsters are terrifying and seemingly undefeatable. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John M. Ford
This book is great! If you can find a way to get it...then do it, you won't be disappointed. Adventure, horror, and mighty Viking heroes and villains. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
If Shakespeare is the "bard", then Anderson is the "Skald".
A grand tale of the highest order. Read more
In his introduction for the Ballantine Adult Fantasy edition of the Broken Sword, Lin Carters writes: "Poul Anderson can be seen as one of that great Fellowship of fantasy writers... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sertorius
a very good book, and interesting story, very well told by an author who was ages beyond his time.
I simply loved it and recommend any fans of the genre to give it a... Read more
I strongly recommend this audiobook for two reasons:
1. Bronson Pinchot's reading is outstanding. Read more
Poul Anderson here tells a wonderful tale, full of magic, adventure and peril. It blazes forth at a blistering pace, yet still manages to include sufficient characterization. Read morePublished on January 17, 2009 by Jeremy Lawrence Nelson
Anderson deserves his reputation as a master in the fantasy genre. His knowledge of Norse myth is impressive, as are his talents as a writer. Read morePublished on October 20, 2008 by Lauren B. Davis
"The elf raid on Trollheim was to be a strong one. Fifty longships were manned with the best warriors of Britain's elves, and veiled and warded by the... Read more