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Read “The Ice People 1 – Spellbound”, by Margit Sandemo online on Bookmate 'A mixure of myth and legend interwoven with historical events, this is. Spellbound: The Legend of the Ice People: 1 Paperback – 11 Jun ice people legend of the ice margit sandemo books in the series fantastic series silje english fantasy spellbound saga magic tengel available. First book in the long series about Ice People.
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She made her debut as an author in The legend about the Ice People, 47 volumes in all, appeared Love and supernatural powers are the hallmark of her authorship. Margit Sandemo's books have sold more than 39 million copies worldwide. Margit Sandemo is thus the author in the Nordic countries with the greatest number of sold books. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x Rating details.
The Legend of the Ice People series has already captivated 39 million readers across Europe. The year is Silje is only seventeen and the plague has already struck her entire family. Famished and freezing and with two orphaned children to care for, she approaches the bonfires outside Trondheim to get some warmth into her body. Strangely enough, only one person offers to help Silje in the hour of need: Tengel, a man of the Ice People, whom Silje finds brutish and intimidating - but also immensely charming.
The story of the Ice People is a moving legend of love and supernatural powers, a tale of the essential struggle between good and evil. Reviews 'Margit Sandemo is, simply, quite wonderful. I want to know what happens next. She was raised in Sweden but later moved to Norway. She made her debut as an author in The legend about the Ice People, 47 volumes in all, appeared Love and supernatural powers are the hallmark of her authorship. Margit Sandemo's books have sold more than 39 million copies worldwide.
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Someone to Remember Mary Balogh. She stood there for a moment while a sudden, tremendous feeling of loss and despair raced within her until finally she staggered on her frozen legs towards Trondheim once more. Inside the city walls, Silje continued walking.
She was grateful for the moonlight which cast its grey aura over the street. This made it easier for her to watch each step. Step by step, each foot followed after the other — half asleep, without thinking about it. Because if she did, she would feel the cold, hunger and fatigue. She would realize that she had no goal, no future. It was very dark in the alley.
The crying came from a backyard. She caught sight of a door which was half open. It was the sound of a child that cried. Heartrending sobs. Hesitantly, Silje stepped inside. Moonlight filled the small, open yard, which was surrounded by low houses. A little girl, perhaps two years old, lay on her knees next to a dead woman. The child was pulling and shaking her mother, trying to make her wake up. Although Silje was little more than a child herself, she was nevertheless a young woman.
She was moved at the sight of the small child but the sight of the dead woman held her back. The face and the froth around the mouth were horrible signs that the plague had struck again. Trondelag, as this part of the country was called, had been badly affected by this plague, which actually consisted of two different illnesses.
All kinds of illnesses were said to be the plague, and this time the virus had come from Denmark. It was dubbed the Spanish flu or a fever with headache and chest pains. At the same time another type of plague had been brought from Sweden causing boils and a headache which made people mad, causing their temples to ache. Silje knew the symptoms. She had seen them far too often. The girl had not yet caught sight of her.
She had walked about among the dead bodies in the town without being infected. But what about the little child? And if she stayed here all on her own with the mother, she would not have a chance at all. Silje kneeled next to the girl, who had turned her tearful face towards Silje. She was a beautiful little girl, but strongly built, with dark curly hair, dark eyes and strong hands.
You must come with me now. Silje rose to her feet and pushed at the doors that opened onto the yard. All three of them were locked. Perhaps she had decided that this was a fitting place in which to die? With a few swift movements, she tore off a strip from the hem of her tattered skirt. She turned it into something that resembled a rag doll.
The girl was also well dressed. Not extravagant but simple and nice.
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Now her dark eyes stared blindly at the Moon. This would be unthinkable for various reasons. The most important reason was probably that she found it repulsive. We must try to find some food for you.