Publish date: January 8th 2008
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 437
Edition language: English
Series: Runemarks (#1)
So, so, so good! I have always been big on Norse mythology, but have never really read many books about it. When I found this series, I couldn't wait to get started. I was hesitant at first, since my library only had it on audiobook, but now I'm SO glad it ended up that way! This is the first audiob...
You know, a lot of people go all gloom and doom about the end of the world, without ever bothering to ask ‘what happens next?’. I mean, obviously since it’s the end of the world, not much...but then again, maybe something. Read the rest of my review and more at BibliobibuliYA.com
Read this review, and many more on my blog October Tune!A while ago, I had been looking for books about Norse Mythology. Of course, I found a lot of non-fiction books that I will give a try soon, but I also found ‘Runemarks’. The summary sounded very interesting to me, in fact it was the only fictio...
In a time after Ragnork Maggie Smith lives in a village. With a rune shape in her hand she's an outsider as it's a mark of old magic, a symbol of the old Gods. Referred to as a Ruin Mark and mistrusted for the chaos it could bring. She's been getting training from One Eye, a wandering scholar, an...