The Ice People 1 - Spellbound. The Legend of the Ice People series has already captivated 39 million readers across Europe. The year is 1581. 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.' - Emine Saner, The Guardian 'Full of convincing characters, well established in time and place, and enlightening ... will get your eyes popping, and quite possibly groins twitching ... these are graphic novels without pictures ... I want to know what happens next.' - Christina Hardyment, The Times 'A mixture of myth and legend interwoven with historical events, this is imaginative creation that involves the reader from the first page to the last.' - Anne Oughton, Historical Novels Review 'Loved by the masses, the prolific Margit Sandemo has written over 172 novels to date and is Scandinavia s most widely read author...' - Mia Gahne, Scanorama Magazine MARGIT SANDEMO Margit Sandemo was born on April 23 1924 in Norway. She was raised in Sweden but later moved to Norway. She made her début as an author in 1964. The legend about the Ice People, 47 volumes in all, appeared 1982-1989. 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.
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