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Old 05-04-14   #1
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As an inaugural post here I thought I would start with a question.
I am reading the Wolf and the Raven by Diana Paxson - a little hard getting into it but it's coming. Does anyone have any other really good recommendations?

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Fiction books, right?

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Brian Bates The Way of the Wyrd reads like a novel but is supposed to be a novelization of an old manuscript written by a monk. Of course it is also Anglo-Saxon rather than Norse. But I really enjoyed it.
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