Description - Iceland by Betsy Tobin
Ice Land is an epic tale of forbidden love. Set in the year 1000 AD, in the shadow of a smouldering volcano, it portrays a society on the brink of change, where the old values of loyalty and kinship are threatened by a new world order. Freya knows that her people are doomed. Warned by the Fates of an impending catastrophe, she goes in search of a magnificent gold necklace said to have the power to alter the course of history. But to obtain the necklace, she must pay a terrible price and sell herself to the four brothers who created it. Infused with the rich history and mythology of Iceland, Betsy Tobin's novel is a moving meditation on desire, the nature of belief and the redemptive power of the earth.
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(198mm x 129mm x mm)
Short Books Ltd
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Author Biography - Betsy Tobin
Betsy Tobin was born in the American Midwest and moved to England in 1989. She is the author of two other novels, Bone House and The Bounce. She lives in London with her husband and four children.