The Deepest Sea

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Roc, 1996 - Fiction - 540 pages
4 Reviews
For Bran, the young Irish Viking bard, it began as a simple quest to prove his worthiness. As his journey takes him across an 8th century world of turbulent change and uncertainty, where the old magics fight to survive the rise of a new religion, Bran will have epic adventures through which he learns of life, death and the ways of the world.

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User Review  - Geoff - Goodreads

This is the third or fifth time I've read this novel and it loses nothing with each re-read. The odd anachronism used to irritate me until I realized they were deliberate - part of the salute to all the great BSA's storytellers out there. Read full review

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User Review  - Dana Lee - Goodreads

A rollicking viking saga with a humorous note and a surprise ending that left my mouth hanging open. I got off to a slow start due to term papers and finals, but once I had some free time I couldn't ... Read full review

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