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Viking's Sunset Harald is now a mature man, and enjoying a peaceful life of farming with his wife and sons When his village is attacked, he forms a crew of Vikings and pursues the raiders The chase leads him across the Atlantic Ocean to the east coast of America He and his crew encounter Inuit and then Native Americans Harald s final fight takes place among the native tribes In a great battle, it is revealed that he is a berserker


About the Author: Henry Treece

Henry Treece was a British poet and writer, who worked also as a teacher, and editor He is perhaps best remembered now as a historical novelist, particularly as a children s historical novelist, although he also wrote some adult historical novels.



10 thoughts on “Viking's Sunset

  1. Tony Tubb Tony Tubb says:

    In AD 780., Norse youth, Harald Sigurdson sails for the Road to Miklagard for treasure, a journey that puts him on the path to his nemesis.


  2. Garry Nixon Garry Nixon says:

    Another Treece trip to North America Vikings and Indians, it didn t get any better for a ten year old.


  3. Matilda Rose Matilda Rose says:

    Harald s village was burnt down by a group of warriors Some of Harald s men thought they should go after them as revenge and hunt them down So Harald and a batch of warriors boarded his ship and sailed to find them After weeks of voyaging, they found that their boat had been wrecked.Across the sea, they saw the coast of Greenland They befriended a warrior tribe there The chief had two sons Wawasha


  4. Mikaiser Mikaiser says:

    not the best of the series, but a great ending to the trilogy and consistent with the rest of the series I remember reading this as a child in my public school library and to read it again so many years later, I felt that child s excitement again, but appreciated new facets of the book through my now adult spectacles I m glad Goodreads helped me find this book again, and enabling me to purchase a copy for m


  5. Ernest Marlin Ernest Marlin says:

    Brilliant book.


  6. Ryan Ryan says:

    I think this book is one of the greatest endings of a series that I have read because the hero dies in the end and becasue of the last scenes with him alive.


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