|Helma (1967) [Novel]|
by Talbot Mundy
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Series: Tros of Samothrace
(From the publisher):
- the mighty commander of ships and men, must conquer three ships of Northmen commanded by Olaf Sigurdsen to reach his friends, Caswallon and Fflur of the Second Sight.
Helma - Sigurdsen's lovely young sister is as defiant of their conqeuror, Tros, as Olaf is, until she realizes, suddenly, that the idea of being Tros' property is not entirely unpleasant.
Olaf - learns, but does not admit, that being Tros' lieutenant is very nearly as satisfying as being his own captain.
Skell - is neither a friend nor a foe - and can be trusted by none.
Cornelia - The Emperor's woman is his ambassador, his spy, and a seductress.
Taliesan - The Lord High Druid, Master of Druids; on his decision rests the fate of Tros, Caswallon, Fflur - and all they stand for.
...and a weird Caesar - arch-enemy of freedom, cruel and mighty ruler of much of the world, who once again forces a showdown with Tros.
Original title: Helma
Genre: Fiction→ Fantasy→ Historical
- Originally serialized in Adventure Magazine during 1925.