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by C.Walter Hodges


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Silvermaster
This is a wonderful, eye-opening account of English History during the time of the Viking raids on southern England. The history is accurate, the characters are believable, the battles are exciting, the relationships are inspiring. My 13 year-old daughter is an avid reader, she and I enjoyed reading this one aloud by chapters at night. You don't want the story to end, and that's good because there is a sequal which is even better - The Marsh King. Hodges has a real gift for writing English historical fiction and presenting true heroes in a positive encouraging tone. Must read for all ages!
Zainian
This is the story of the war between king Alfred, Lord of ninth century Wessex and his mortal enemy, king Guthorm, warlord of the Danes. Guthorm despises king Alfred because in a previous battle, king Alfred spared his life. Eventually, king Alfred only controls the great marshes of Wessex, and from those marshes king Alfred must take back his kingdom and expell Guthorm once and for all.
Namesake: A Story of King Alfred download epub
Author: C.Walter Hodges
ISBN: 0713505532
Category: Children's Books
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; First American Edition, Fourth Impressio edition (December 1964)
Pages: 156 pages