#GunnarsGang, I

Occasionally, the Hall’s companion Gunnar Hnefataflsson embarks on a mission to promote the sagas of the medieval North, the scholarship that surrounds them, and discover new stories that have been inspired by them. These are the books that he found this time:


Jesse Byock’s Viking Age Iceland


Makoto Yukimura’s Vinland Saga: Book 1


Njal’s Saga (as translated by Robert Cook)

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Njal’s Saga was the first saga about #medieval #Iceland that I read. It is both heroic and deeply human, following the lives of complex, memorable characters struggling with their passions in a world that forces good men and women into a tide of violence beyond their control. But can they overcome the failed marriages, divided loyalties, and slanderous verses that come their way? Can their society withstand the violent feuding that works to consume it? Find out by reading this epic saga yourself! ➳ https://www.bookdepository.com/Njals-Saga-Leifur-Eiricksson/9780140447699/?a_aid=fjorn ➳ #SagaSaturday #GunnarsGang #bookstagram #books #book #read #reading #literature #saga #sagas

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Eric Schumacher’s God’s Hammer: Hakon’s Saga Book 1

gunnar-hnefataflssonHelp our Hall Companion Gunnar Hnefataflsson promote the literature of the medieval North (both old and new) by using the hashtag #GunnarsGang all across the great virtual Midgard! Posts using that hashtag to promote books will occasionally be featured on the Hall’s Instagram, Twitter, or even here on the blog! Happy reading, my friends!

✶ All links to books are affiliated with Book Depository—any purchase made through those links will help our Hall grow and prosper (with no additional costs). Takk fyrir.

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