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Publisher's Summary

Ragnar Lothbrok: The Tale of a Viking Warrior King delves into the mystery surrounding the Viking warrior who conquered European nations and became a king in his own right. Over nine centuries after the death of this great warrior, ancient poems, songs, and sagas about him still remain today. This audiobook considers the facts as we know them, the myths attributed to Ragnar, and the way this iconic heathen from the north continues to impact modern culture today.
This audiobook will discuss:


The historical facts and suppositions surrounding this Viking of legend
The retelling of the Saga of Ragnar and his three wives
How Ragnar’s sons became an integral part of the legend that Ragnar represents, and the stories that they inspired
How, despite centuries of time, Ragnar and Vikings of his time helped shape ideas and common traditions that are still held onto today
This audiobook is both fact and fictional recount and is dedicated to Ragnar and his endurable, legendary status in history.
©2017 Bernard Hayes (P)2017 Bernard Hayes
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5 out of 5 stars
By Fooly on 02-27-18

Great overview of the Hero that is Ragnar Lothbrok

This is a great overview, and it is read by a women with the beautiful voice of a valkyrie. :P

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2 out of 5 stars
By dilland on 02-21-18

Dilland

It was a good book to hear but it didn’t get into too much detail on Ragnar and his life. It just mentions poems and sagas and does not tell them. I’m Very disappointed

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