The road to Miklagard

by Treece, Henry

Publisher: Penguin Books in association with Bodley Head in Harmondsworth

Written in English
Published: Pages: 223 Downloads: 601
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Edition Notes

Originally published (b57-15149) London: Bodley Head, 1957.

Statementillustrated by Christine Price.
SeriesPuffin books -- PS321
The Physical Object
Pagination223p.,ill.,19cm
Number of Pages223
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20749953M

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  Miklagard (The Great City) Byzantium-Constantinople-Istanbul. Huge city walls facing the land and sea met the Vikings when they sailed in to Constantinople mooring at the harbour in the Golden Horn. The city was the largest the Vikings knew of and it is not so strange that the Vikings referred to the city as Miklagard (The Great City).. The great wealth of the city soon made it a tempting prey. Duncton Wood - a wonderful book. Henry Treece: The Road to Miklagard Viking’s Dawn & many others. Rosemary Sutcliffe: The Eagle of the Ninth The Rider on the White Horse - & many more excellent books. Baroness Orczy: The Scarlet Pimpernel. Lloyd Alexander: The Book of Three The Black Cauldron - & many more in series. Owen Barfield: The Silver.   Now the sea road leads to Constantinople, which Norsemen call Miklagard, the Great City, for it is there that they might find both riches and glory. But the Great City is far away and the voyage there takes the Fellowship in to unknown waters where they face new enemies/5(19). But to such men as these there is something more valuable than silver. That thing is fame -- for fame is the saga-story that a Viking warrior leaves behind when he dies. Now the sea road leads to Constantinople, which Norsemen call Miklagard, the Great City, .

The Roadrat in The Road. The Roadrat. This is the scary guy who tries to kidnap or kill The Boy. He grabs The Boy and holds a knife to his throat, leading the The Man to suddenly becomes a gunslinger and shoot him square in the forehead. The Roadrat only makes a brief appearance in the novel, but he's still important. Watching The Man go up. Autobiography of Sir William Ivor Jennings, , British constitutional lawyer and educationalist. Viking expeditions take him to lands as far apart as England, Moorish Spain, Gaardarike (the country that was to become Russia), and the long road to Miklagard. The salt-sea spray, the swaying deck awash in slippery blood are the backdrop to fascinating stories of King Harald Blue Tooth, the Jomsvikings, attempts to convert the Northmen to.

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The Road to Miklagard book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Harald is now a young man, his father has died. He has a compl /5(6). The road to Miklagard (Puffin books) by HENRY TREECE and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Road to Miklagard (Puffin books) [Henry Treece] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.3/5(1).

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Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # A Criterion book for. Get this from a library. The road to Miklagard. [Henry Treece; Christine Price] -- 2nd of 3 books on the Viking era, in which in Harald Sigurdson sails to Ireland to wrest a treasure hoard from the giant Grummoch, is captured by pirates and taken in slavery to Miklagard.

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The Viking Trilogy is a trilogy of juvenile historical novels by Henry Treece. They are Viking's Dawn, The Road to Miklagard and Viking's wrote several juvenile historical novels, some set during the viking era, and this trilogy is regarded as among his best. The three novels describe the adventures of Harald Sigurdson, a Norwegian viking.

He goes on three voyages, which Author: Henry Treece. In 'The Road to Miklagard' Harald is a maturing warrior I identified with this lad and learned about his world and mine as he struggled to survive in a violent time. The last scene was memorable/5. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Donor internetarchivebookdrive External-identifierPages: This redirect is within the scope of WikiProject Novels, an attempt to build a comprehensive and detailed guide to novels, novellas, novelettes and short stories on Wikipedia.

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The popular image of the Vikings is of bloodthirsty warriors, and many of them definitely were. However, although a proportion of the men known as the Vikings were trained warriors, many, if not most, were ordinary farmers and fishermen.

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Viking's Journey; THE ROAD TO MIKLAGARD. By Henry Treece. Illustrated by Christine Price. New York: Criterion Books. $ For Ages 12 to A rousing conclusion to the trilogy begun with Viking's Dawn, and The Road to Miklagard, this takes Harald Sigurdson and his stout hearted Vikings in hot pursuit of the criminal Haakon Redeye who burned and pillaged the great chieftain's town.

What Harald imagined would be a short and victorious hunt becomes a three year odyssey taking him through the fjords of Norway to Iceland and then on to. The Road to Miklagard. Un tgis second book, The boy harald Sigurdson has grown into a dauntless warrior and sails with his Viking crew to Ireland, Spain, te mediterranean to the far city of Miklagard - Byzantium.

He is captured by pirates, becomes a Moorish slave briefly, and then a place guard. The Road to Miklagard; The Road to Miklagard by Henry Treece.

reprint. Cover drawings by Victor Ambrus £ Qty: Rubbing to edges and corners bumped. Spine and covers creased. Spine torn. Ex library. In this, the second of Henry Treece's Viking saga, the boy Harald Sigurdson has grown into a dauntless warrior, and sails with his Viking.

They are Viking's Dawn, The Road to Miklagard and Viking's Sunset. Treece wrote several juvenile historical novels, some set during the viking era, and this trilogy is regarded as among his best. The three novels describe the adventures of Harald Sigurdson, a Norwegian viking.

After the shocking destruction of Aonach Tower, the dragon riders gather together to save the city of Miklagard from a similar fate.

As the High Council bickers and argues about the future, a deadly group of rogue spellcasters gather outside Miklagard's borders to Author: Kristian Alva. The Road to Miklagard (Viking Saga, #2) Ebook Description. The Road to Miklagard (Viking Saga, #2) PDF Book has a good rating of 5 from 58 votes and 9 reviews, look for other interesting ebooks from "Henry Treece" in the top search box.

Some of the reviews are displayed in. Eventually they arrive at Miklagard(Constantinople) where the action really heats up. The climatic scenes that brings their quest to fruition are tense filled page turners.

But wait, there’s more after that. The ending chapters tie up a loose end that has been with us since book 1. The Whale Road is a great escape into the fictional life of a young Viking -- the battles, travels, and intrigue of midievil culture and worldview.

An enjoyable,extremely well-written and narrated book - perfect for those (like me!)who have enjoyed Cornwell's Saxons stories. The Viking Saga book series by Henry Treece & Christine Price includes books Viking's Dawn, Road to Miklagard, Viking's Sunset, and several more.

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Now the sea road leads to Constantinople, which Norsemen call Miklagard, the Great City, for it is there that they might find both riches and glory.

But the Great City is far away and the voyage there takes the Fellowship in to unknown waters where they face new enemies/5(74).This book is the story of how Harald and his friend Giant Grummoch from The Road to Miklagard, set out in pursuit of marauding Vikings who have raided their homesteads, but instead of catching Haakon Redeye and his vicious companions, are swept by rough seas to far-off Greenland.Great Britain: Puffin Books, pp.

Clean, well-bound pages. Previous owner name neatly written in top corner of front flyleaf. Wraps have one crease, parallel to spine cover. Very nice, solid copy. Third book in the Viking trilogy, follows Viking's Dawn and The Road to Miklagard.