Eaters of the dead: the manuscript of Ibn Fadlan, relating his experiences with the Northmen in A.D. 922, Part 992
"Crichton excells at storytelling."
In A.D. 922 Ibn Fadlan, the representative of the ruler of Bagdad, City of Peace, crosses the Caspian sea and journeys up the valley of the Volga on a mission to the King of Saqaliba. Before he arrives, he meets with Buliwyf, a powerful Viking chieftain who is summoned by his besieged relatives to the North. Buliwyf must return to Scandanavia and save his countrymen and families from the monsters of the mist....
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ikeman100 - LibraryThing
Fun read. Crichton is a great author. After all he brought us Jurassic Park and other great books. This book based on an interesting idea. What if he could show that that the famous Nordic story of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - NickHowes - LibraryThing
Basis of a great adventure movie, this is the story of an Arab diplomat who is side-tracked into the land of the Norse as part of an attempt to thwart the attacks of the Eaters of the Dead, a bizarre ... Read full review