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by A. C. Laut

eBook Lords Of The North download ISBN: 1417963719
Author: A. C. Laut
Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (April 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 452
ePub: 1100 kb
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Rating: 4.3
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Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Agnes Christina Laut (1871-1936) was a Canadian author

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Agnes Christina Laut (1871-1936) was a Canadian author

Agnes Christina Laut (1871-1936) was a Canadian author. Amongst her works are: Lords of the North (1900), The Story of the Trapper (1902), Heralds of Empire (1902), Pathfinders of the West (1904), Vikings of the Pacific (1905), The Conquest of the Great Northwest (1908), Canada: The Empire of the North (1909), The Freebooters of the Wilderness (1910. The Canadian Commonwealth (1915), The Fur Trade of America (1921). Agnes Christina Laut.

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Comments: (7)
Vushura
I'm on my third series by Cornwell. This is my favorite, which truly surprises me since I'm not really into this era for historical fiction. It's surprising but completely understandable simply because this is some fine writing. The characters are complex and believable as is the plot. The characters and the plot are well thought out and well written so that I experience total immersion in the story. Cornwell has certainly suspended my disbelief. One of the most annoying aspects of serial historical novels is the determined retelling of past events the characters have lived in previous stories. I know you know what I mean. Somehow I guess authors feel the necessity to engage in this type of storytelling. Cornwell has found the correct balance of retelling where it makes sense and is useful to the current story in this series. Cornwell is rapidly becoming my favorite historical novel author. I highly recommend Lords of the North and his work in the Sharpe series, the Grail Quest series and the Saxon tales series. As always, I recommend you start with the first book and read through. This is hours of inexpensive entertainment.
Viashal
I started reading Cornwell after watching "The Last Kingdom" on Netflix. Apparently I've been living a sheltered life, because I haven't read any Cornwell before - but "The Warrior" or "The Saxon" chronicles, depending on what continent you're on, are just one great read after another.

This is book three in the series, and we've got Uhtred, with the loyal Hild, in Northumbria, all ready to take vengeance for the wrongs that were done to him in book one, and seeking his missing sister. But, not surprisingly, many an adventure will occur first - new wrongs, an unforeseen betrayal that takes him far away from his goal, new loyalties, and always new battles.

I love the well-articulated stress between Christianity and traditional Danish beliefs that permeates the series. Cornwell also does an excellent job of bringing up the violence and ignorance endemic of the times. You get an exceptional contemporary history lesson as well as a well-written story that's difficult to put down.
Haracetys
As I had mentioned on my prior reviews, the TV series had piqued my interest to read the book, because most adaptations would delete the long details of storytelling and change the script. I wanted to find out if there was more to Uthred’s background rather than the fast-forward version on TV. I had learned that Aethelred (Alfred’s daughter’s betrothed) was Uthred’s cousin and Hild (the nun) was his lover after Iseult died. Also, Gisela (Guthred’s sister) was kind of a fortuneteller, and she had foreseen the life she would have with Uthred and the types of children they would bear together. ????

Well, this third installment entailed how Uthred defiantly disobeyed Alfred’s edict and the consequences he would deal for his action. Like a petulant child, he travelled to North to regain his entitlement as the rightful King of Bebanburg, but of course, The Three Fates had already weaved his fate in a path that he would always be tangled in inexorable mishaps between the Danes and Christianity. A very tough road to tread on, but his hardships defined him as a great warrior.
Raniconne
Absolutely Brilliant

Love love this series, I can't get enough. Ulthred and Ragnar are my heroes. I was totally glued to the book from Ulthreds enslavement to the all the battles in the end. I even got emotional at the end when Ragnar got his revenge and reunited with his sister. Just Wow! What a powerful moment. I loved all the Viking bantering and was mind blown with the actions of the Christian Monks, sorry to say it but I was happy that two of them got what they deserved - death. I believe this book really depicts how Christianity was really like when it began to spread or should I say how it was forced upon everyone. Yeah, it turned my stomach at their ignorance.

I highly recommend this book and I have become a big fan of this Author. I can't wait to read the other books in this series.
Ubrise
This epic series of books is a delight for fans of historical fiction. The author introduces you to the fictional character of Uhtred (Ragnarrson) of Bebbanburg in Book 1 ("The Last Kingdom") as he narrates the story of his life, loves, losses, battles, boon times and hardships, which runs through all of the volumes. Uhtred alternately gives his allegiance to The Danes and King Alfred. It is a wonderful way to learn about what life was like during the later Ninth Century and the vision of King Alfred the Great to defeat the Danes and Vikings and create a united England from various smaller kingdoms (Wessex, Mercia, etc.). As the stories unfold, you learn a great deal about the lives and beliefs of the people living during those times. Most people alive then were very much subject to being, left homeless, uprooted and/or outright slain or sold into slavery in the aftermath of the many battles that were fought during those years. They were also subject to famines due to both weather and depredation by the different armed forces. There was also the issue of a still fairly new Christianity versus the Pagan gods (Wodin/Odin) and the attempt to convert non-believers to Christianity, which was very important to King Alfred. Although each of Cornwell's Saxon Chronicles volumes can be read as a stand-alone book, I would highly recommend the complete series. I am presently reading the 4th volume, "Sword Song", and look forward to reading the remaining books in the series.
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