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Odin's Wolves

Raven, Book 3
Narrated by: Philip Stevens
Series: Raven (Kristian), Book 3
Length: 14 hrs and 18 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Summary

Random House presents the audiobook edition of Odin's Wolves by Giles Kristian, read by Philip Stevens.

We lusted for an even greater prize: one that can never be lost or stolen or burnt....

Raven and his fellow Vikings have suffered. Good men have died. Hard-won treasure has been lost. But for these Norsemen, there is something more precious than gold or silver, and that is fame - for this is what a warrior leaves behind when he has breathed his last.

And so the brotherhood sail for Constantinople, the city they call Miklagard. There, it is rumoured, both riches and glory are to be found, but the journey takes them through unknown and dangerous waters - from the wind-whipped marshes of the Camargue to the treachery and faded glory of a once-mighty Rome.

For Raven and the Wolfpack there is a high price to pay for the fame they seek. Miklagard's streets may seem paved with gold, but they also run with blood....

A brilliant, brutal new chapter in the story of Raven, this is historical fiction at its most authentic and exciting.

©2017 Giles Kristian (P)2017 Random House Audiobooks

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epic

Phenomenal. epic tale told brilliantly.
held in the grip of the tale from start to finish

A must read

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Very entertaining.

I've read this last trilogy, as I have the first set Sigurd trilogy God of Vengeance : The rise of Sigurd. I would definitely recommend for good reads. Although I found the last two, Raven 2: sons of thunder and this book very well told & read by Philip Stevens. I have put them in my pile of "to read again" along side Matthew Harffy , David Gemmell, Conn Iggulden & Bernard Cornwell

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should have been a book not a series

After the last installment of the series I feel, like I did after the second, that this should have been a single book. The narrow way of the first person narrative is written gives the story momentum. But this fokus comes at the price of depth. To make the books long enough to be stand alone parts, they have to many filler parts. yes the series have 3 distinkt goals but Ravens journey could have been destiled into one epic and be much better for it. That aside the main story is enjoyable but I will definitely wait for the omnibus of the next triology

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Amazingly brilliant, didn't want it to end.

fantastic book, didn't want it to end. Narrator was excellent, all characters cane to life through his words.

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Loved it

Loved all three of the raven books would recommend anyone to give them a go

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redeemed

Ahh thankyou back to the excellence of writing in book 1, as the fellowship heads to Constantinople highs and lows abound and the only sure thing is raven survives. fights with moors in Spain ,a happy winter with 29 harem girls after a mugging at prayer ends in despair, ruined Rome still enthralls but lose a friend, then on to their goal to replace a deposed emperor with a final battle depleting the crews further, and again told brilliantly by Philip Stevens. and then the end of the trilogy? loose ends and more exploits to come? let's hope so please.

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Odin's wolves book 3<br />

good story well read just like the two other books before it Worth the read

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odins wolves. Raven

this book gives a fantastic ending to Sigards tale. The three book tale with Raven weeves a story that is engrossing and exciting.

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Great book

Very good 3rd part of the story have gone through it twice already all 3 parts twice in one month that how good I found this set of books

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excellent

I loved each of these books and would highly recommend that you listen to each of them.