Book Summary of Bloodsong
Sigurd has a fabulous but frightening future predicted. To start with, he must leave everything he knows to go and fight a dragon and from there descend into the Underworld. Sounds bad enough, but when you know that the dragon lives on a futuristic, industrially-ruined moonscape that was once Hampstead Heath, the scene is set for a brutal fight on an epic scale. Unhappily for Sigurd, he meets the love of his life in the underworld, and his efforts to rescue his lover will cause heartache and grief for both of them, and anyone who ever meets them.
Details of Book: Bloodsong (BSID:14344)
|Publisher||Random House Uk|
|Number of Pages||336|
|Dimensions||8.15 x 5.55 x 0.98 inches|
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Icelandic Saga, Rendered for Contemporary ReadersI couldn't put this book down and ordered Bloodtide, the first book in the series, the instant I was done with Bloodsong. Why start with the second book? I stumbled into Bloodsong, and am I glad. My series of thrillers is called the Bloodsong Serie...
The story of Sigurd really does begin quickly and Melvin doesn't waste too much time going over what's happened since Siggy became King Sigmund in Bloodtide but the basic gist is there is still great evil in the former United Kingdom. That comes in the form of a mutant being sterotyped as the dra...
Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.comIn this post-apocalyptic world, war and corruption thrive, as the innocent people who occupy it must adapt. England has been torn apart and two families, Niberlin and Portland, are still worrisome toward one another, even though...
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