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This is the follow-up to Runemarks and picks up the story three years on from the conclusion of that story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by shepline
Sorry, just my reaction of course. I enjoy Joanne Harris' books usually and I enjoy fantasy but I couldn't get into this book at all.Published 1 month ago by Suchea
I'd read Runemarks and really struggled to remember who was who, there are so many names, Aspects, shapes and clans, it put me off. Read morePublished 2 months ago by L. Hurst
I bought it for a present after seeing someone reading it on a train - I did dip into it however and it seemed superb : maybe I'll download it for myself.Published 3 months ago by CPH
This is the second book in the fantasy series for young adults by Joanne Harris.
This book follows on directly from Runemark which should be read first. Read more
I enjoyed this more than runemarks. It has good characters and great humour. I still found it to be a little too long and found myself losing interest half way through. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Claire Louise Lennox
A change from fantasising about chocolate or coastlines in France, this is good teenage Gods, swords and magic fodder for enquiring minds. Read morePublished 6 months ago by john cable
I couldn't put it down and had many late nights. The best Norse Mythology based book I've read. Highly recommended.Published 8 months ago by Celtic Muse Fan
A magical writer of magical things. I thoroughly enjoyed reading all of Joanne Harris' books and hope there will be many more.Published 9 months ago by oceanswim