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Sunday, 04 November 2018


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I enjoyed this book for very much the same reasons. It's an excellent introduction for younger readers, and an elegant telling of the stories for anyone who is reading them.


Hello Hayley! Sorry not to have replied earlier, there was some glitch with Typepad and then I didn't have time to come on here for a few days.

Do you have any further reading suggestions for Norse mythology? I have the Picard retellings, which also look good. And of course, there's always Wagner... ;) But I'm interested in others.


Oh, I just started reading this the other day! So glad to hear you liked it. So far it is off to a good start for me. I do love Norse mythology but feel like I don't know much about it at all which sounds strange, I know.


I hope you enjoy it! I thought it was very good, from the position of basically knowing nothing at all, and it's inspired me to read more.

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