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Beorn the Proud Two cultures, two faiths, struggle against each other in this exciting story by Madeleine Polland You can almost hear the clash of arms and taste the Great Hall feasts in this authentic recreation of 9th century Europe, when Viking raiders ravaged the coasts of Ireland Amid the battles and shipwrecks and deeds of bravery and treachery, twelve year old Beorn learns Christian humility from his young captive, Ness, the daughter of an Irish chieftain Youngsters will enjoy the adventure, while their parents appreciate the realism. Free Read eBook Beorn the Proud author Madeleine A. Polland – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. I m wavering between a 4 and a 5 for this one, actually, because I loved it so much when I read it as a young teen I reread it fairly recently, after purchasing it for our library It s a solid, character based adventure about a young Irish girl who is taken captive by a Viking boy her age and brought to Denmark On rereading it as an adult, I enjoyed it almost as much as I had as a teenager Ness is a wonderful character, and she and Beorn strike sparks off each other in a very believable way I m wavering between a 4 and a 5 for this one, actually, because I loved it so much when I read it as a young teen I reread it fairly recently, after purchasing it for our library It s a solid, character based adventure about a young Irish girl who is taken captive by a Viking boy her age and brought to Denmark On rereading it as an adult, I enjoyed it almost as m...

  2. I read this awhile ago but I remember that it was a great story Paganism was squashed like a bug by the girl who was Catholic Beautiful story.

  3. it was good but definitely not my favorite book ever Sometimes it was boring but it kept me mostly interested.

  4. It was a good book for kids between 4th and 7th grade It has a happy ending and is full of interesting events but it s definitely not my favorite book ever.

  5. Would ve been a meh story at best if it weren t for the constant preaching It really ruined the book The writing was mediocre, the concept is pretty good, but it wasn t executed as well as it could have 0.5 stars.

  6. Giuli Ness an Irish girl tries to bring Beorn a Viking to Christianity Read this book to find out how Ness deals with an arrogant boy I feel kinship with Ness, I am irish, a girl, and Christian I would have writtenand I did but Safari quit and did not save my h...

  7. Can t seem to find the Dutch version of it on here for some reason, but I read this in Dutch when I was a teenager and I have since always loved it I ve always rememberd the story of Ness and how she was taken to Denmark and forced to live with, and work for, the vikings Ness and Beorn have a reall...

  8. This adventure is told through the eyes of a 9th century Irish girl, Ness, who is kidnapped by a Viking Sea Captain s son after the raid of their village She gradually becomes friends with him after the two struggle to learn of the differences i...

  9. Satisfying and well written with believable characters and exciting plot The descriptions are lyrical without being overdone or drawing attention away from the plot and the character development is center stage Very readable for the intended age level and above Violence is present, naturall...

  10. When Vikings raid the Irish coast where Ness and her family live, the village in destroyed and Ness taken captive by a proud, obnoxious boy her own age Ness is a spitfire, however, and is determined to make her lot better She t...