Wolfsangel, Paperback
3.5 out of 5 (1 rating)


The Viking King Authun leads his men on a raid against an Anglo-Saxon village.

Men and women are killed indiscriminately but Authun demands that no child be touched.

He is acting on prophecy. A prophecy that tells him that the Saxons have stolen a child from the Gods.

If Authun, in turn, takes the child and raises him as an heir, the child will lead his people to glory. But Authun discovers not one child, but twin baby boys.

Ensuring that his faithful warriors, witnesses to what has happened, die during the raid Authun takes the children and their mother home, back to the witches who live on the troll wall. And he places his destiny in their hands. And so begins a stunning multi-volume fantasy epic that will take a werewolf from his beginnings as the heir to a brutal Viking king, down through the ages.

It is a journey that will see him hunt for his lost love through centuries and lives, and see the endless battle between the wolf, Odin and Loki - the eternal trickster - spill over into countless bloody conflicts from our history, and over into our lives. This is the myth of the werewolf as it has never been told before and marks the beginning of an extraordinary new fantasy series from Gollancz.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 464 pages
  • Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Fantasy
  • ISBN: 9780575089600



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Twins are taken from their home to fill a hole in a king's family and starts a spiral that will end with one of them as a werewolf. Gods, priestesses and magic in the mix.This should have hit several buttons with me but it didn't, I just wasn't engaged by the characters and didn't really care what happened to them. I was curious to see what unfolded but by the end of the story wasn't really pushed to read more. It's not bad and I like the view of magic and the time of change from northern religions to christianity and lacks some modern sniping at religion by the pivotal character.It wasn't a bad read but it didn't push my buttons.

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