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  1. Bernard Cornwell mentioned in the historical notes at the end of The Lords of the North (third novel) that he intended to continue writing The Saxon Stories. On his website, [6] Cornwell states "I need to finish Uhtred", the main character in The Saxon Stories .

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  2. The Lords of the North - Wikipedia

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    The Lords of the North is the third historical novel in the Saxon Stories by Bernard Cornwell published in 2006. The story is set in the 9th century Anglo-Saxon kingdoms Wessex and Northumbria. Uhtred wants revenge against his uncle, and falls in love. He fights for both the Danes and for Alfred.

  3. Bernard Cornwell - Wikipedia

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    Bernard Cornwell, OBE (born 23 February 1944) is an English author of historical novels and a history of the Waterloo Campaign. He is best known for his novels about Napoleonic Wars rifleman Richard Sharpe. He has also written the Saxon / Last Kingdom stories about King Alfred and the making of England.

  4. The Saxon Stories - Wikipedia

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    Bernard Cornwell mentioned in the historical notes at the end of The Lords of the North (third novel) that he intended to continue writing The Saxon Stories. On his website, [6] Cornwell states "I need to finish Uhtred", the main character in The Saxon Stories .

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  6. The Lords of the North — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    May 22, 2006 · The Lords of the North is the third historical novel in the Saxon Stories by Bernard Cornwell published in 2006. The story is set in the 9th century Anglo-Saxon kingdoms Wessex and Northumbria. Uhtred wants revenge against his uncle, and falls in love. He fights for both the Danes and for Alfred.

  7. The Pale Horseman - Wikipedia

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    876 – 878: Lord Uhtred of Bebbanburg arrives at King Alfred of Wessex's court to proclaim the defeat of the forces of Danish chieftain and warrior Ubba Lothbrokson, as well as his killing of Ubba himself in single combat, only to find that his enemy Ealdorman Odda the Younger has lied, denying he had any part in the great victory. Uhtred is so enraged, he draws his sword in the king's presence, and is forced to do penance. This strengthens Alfred's dislike and distrust of him. Alfred makes peace with the Danish king Guthrum, rather than take advantage of the victory, much to Uhtred's disgust. Uhtred goes home, but eventually becomes bored and goes off raiding into Cornwall. He comes across a settlement ruled by Peredur, who hires Uhtred and his men to fight an enemy. Only later does Uhtred realize he has been tricked; his opponent is not some half-trained gang, but rather the Dane Svein of the White Horse and his band of seasoned warriors. Uhtred and Svein ally, kill Peredur and pil...

    Uhtred - the protagonist, narrator
    King Alfred of Wessex (Alfred the Great) - the King of Wessex
    Leofric - Captain of the Heahengel, one of the ships of Wessex
    Iseult - A Briton shadow queen from Cornwall
    2005, UK, HarperCollins ISBN 0-00-714992-1, Pub date 3 October 2005, hardback
    2005, UK, HarperCollins ISBN 0-00-721098-1, Pub date 3 October 2005, audio cassette (Kati Nicholl editor, Jamie Glover narrator)
    2005, UK, HarperCollins ISBN 0-00-721099-X, Pub date 3 October 2005, audio CD (Kati Nicholl editor, Jamie Glover narrator)
    2006, UK, HarperLargePrint ISBN 0-06-087892-4, Pub date ? January 2006, paperback (large print)
  8. The Lords of the North - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    The Lords of the North is the third historical novel in the Saxon Stories by Bernard Cornwell published in 2006. The story is set in the 9th century Anglo-Saxon kingdoms Wessex and Northumbria. Uhtred wants revenge against his uncle, and falls in love. He fights for both the Danes and for Alfred.

  9. The lords of the north - zxc.wiki

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    The Lords of the North (Engl.The Lords of the North) is a historical novel by British writer Bernard Cornwell.The book was published in German in 2008 by Rowohlt Verlag.It is a historical novel, i.e. a prose work, which takes historical (i.e. actual) events as the background for its invented (= fictional) main story.

  10. The Last Kingdom (TV series) - Wikipedia

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    The first series roughly covers the events of Cornwell's novels The Last Kingdom and The Pale Horseman, although they are condensed for the screen. The second series covers the happenings of Cornwell's novels The Lords of the North and Sword Song. Series 3 is based on The Burning Land and Death of Kings, but with considerable plot changes.

  11. The Lords of the North | Bernard cornwell, Books to read ...

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    Mar 1, 2013 - The Lords of the North is a novel based in 9th Century Anglo-Saxon kingdoms Wessex and Northumbria. The book starts where The Pale Horseman left off. It is the third book in Bernard Cornwell's Saxon Stories.

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