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Ofärd | [Dick Harrison]

Ofärd

Tiden är 600 e.Kr. Vikingatiden har ännu inte börjat och det råder maktkamp och terrorbalans i Östra Götaland. Vi följer den avige hövdingasonen Ulvbjörn Vamodsson på hans färd från fädernegården Borg, via plundringståg och slaveri till tjänst som fullfjädrad lönnmördare hos dåtida Europas mäktigaste person, Frankerrikets drottning Balthild.
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Tiden är 600 e.Kr. Vikingatiden har ännu inte börjat och det råder maktkamp och terrorbalans i Östra Götaland. Vi följer den avige hövdingasonen Ulvbjörn Vamodsson på hans färd från fädernegården Borg, via plundringståg och slaveri till tjänst som fullfjädrad lönnmördare hos dåtida Europas mäktigaste person, Frankerrikets drottning Balthild. I denna spänningsroman levandegör Harrison en märklig och okänd brytningstid då globaliseringen för första gången når vår del av världen. Dick Harrison är professor i historia vid Lunds Universitet. 2000 fick han Augustpriset för sin bok Stora döden. Ofärd är hans efterlängtade romandebut.Kartan och bokens rollista finns på www.horopp.nu/ofard.htm

Please note: This title is in Swedish.

©2007 Dick Harrison; (P)2007 HörOpp!

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    Wallen Danderyd, Sweden 04-20-11
    Wallen Danderyd, Sweden 04-20-11 Member Since 2003
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    Dick Harrison is a renowned historian in Sweden. His non fiction books are well written and thorougly researched. This one, however, is not good. The story is of the type that many writers of historical fiction make: they let their protagonist be the one who possesses insight in the future and "guesses" what will happen. Or the writer puts words in his protagonists's mouth which are very un-historical. A professional historian should know better - he should know how people acually thought in this time, and not let them think like 20th century people. Also, the author decided to be the narrator of this book - very bad decision. His dialect is not suited for reading to the whole Swedish-speaking nation.

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