Odin's Wolves: A Novel (Raven: Book 3)

Odin's Wolves: A Novel (Raven: Book 3)

Giles Kristian


They got here from the North and fought their method via France and Spain. Now this fearless band of brothers units sail for the best urban within the world.

Plunging in the course of the residing hell of Pope Leo’s shattered, perverted Rome, the dragon-faced ships of Sigurd the fortunate are manned via a wierd and fearsome staff: bearded Norse raiders who sacrifice their vanquished enemies to Odin, courageous Greek warriors, a Moor, and an English monk. one of the Norsemen is Raven, a tender guy of doubtful parentage who's able—from the depths of his blood-spotted eye—to glimpse the long run. Robbed of the lady he loves, Raven is destined to play a crafty position within the boldest of assaults. For the Vikings are on their option to glimmering Constantinople to place a deposed emperor again on his rightful throne—and declare the main awesome prize of all.

A masterly achievement.Daily Express

“A nice story that held me spellbound.”—New York Times bestselling writer Bernard Cornwell

Praise for Giles Kristian’s Raven series

“Storming, terrific . . . the best Viking sequence of all time . . . this can be tale-telling at its rip-roaring best.”—Manda Scott, writer of The Crystal Skull

“An all-action experience . . . superbly told.”—Sunday Express

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