The Norse myths are second only to the Greek myths in their greatness and power, and and these stories of giants striding across the Nordic landscape, of stallions pulling the sun's chariot, of the trickster Loki's shapeshifting, of the slaying of monsters and the passions, squabbles and betrayals of gods and goddesses, are magnificent to read. They are selected and slightly adapted from 'The Penguin Book of Norse Myths', Kevin Crossley-Holland's definitive collection of retellings
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"...told with great spirit and panache"
The Spectator, 14-21 Dec 02||"The author is a great teller of stories, the languages is inspiring and suitable for sagas of Gods, men, dwarves, monsters and giants."
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