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Who's Afraid Of Beowulf? Kindle Edition
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Enjoy, then, this tale of archaeologist Hildy who, excavating a Viking tomb in bleak and windswept Caithness (Scotland's northernmost county which really was, at one point, in military and cultural terms more a southern outpost of Scandinavia than a northern one of Britain) only to revive a team or warriors who were in suspended animation and promptly resume their mission, dragging her along with them. The Anglo-Saxon hero of the title doesn't feature, but an entertaining cast of characters does and Holt is on top form with his deft and humorous handling of plot and situations.
If you're new to Tom Holt this would be a good place to start.
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Another great story from Tom Holt . I chuckled all the way through . I like chuckling so I like this bookPublished on 13 July 2014 by Mrs SLE Byrne
Awesome stuff, really enjoy the juxtaposition of the old Vikings in modern Britain and the chaos that ensues. Thoroughly enjoyed this book.Published on 13 Sept. 2013 by C T Good
This was the first Tom Holt book I read and has cost me a lot of money since in keeping up with his output! He has a very individual style and is bizarrely logical in his fantasy. Read morePublished on 16 Mar. 2013 by Zoe B
I didn't find this book all that funny. It has mildy amusing bits in it but not a patch on Terry Pratchett or Douglas Adams. Read morePublished on 30 Mar. 2012 by Debbie McCarthy