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Winter is a harsh mistress and drives men to hunger, despair and death. When young hunters and Vierra meet over a prey just fallen, none of them understand the events they set in motion. For blood calls for blood even in the worst circumstances. Pure white of snow can be the deathbed for the feuders, lost in revenge. Part six of the Fargoer, a series of short stories set i Winter is a harsh mistress and drives men to hunger, despair and death. When young hunters and Vierra meet over a prey just fallen, none of them understand the events they set in motion. For blood calls for blood even in the worst circumstances. Pure white of snow can be the deathbed for the feuders, lost in revenge. Part six of the Fargoer, a series of short stories set in mythic Viking Age.


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Winter is a harsh mistress and drives men to hunger, despair and death. When young hunters and Vierra meet over a prey just fallen, none of them understand the events they set in motion. For blood calls for blood even in the worst circumstances. Pure white of snow can be the deathbed for the feuders, lost in revenge. Part six of the Fargoer, a series of short stories set i Winter is a harsh mistress and drives men to hunger, despair and death. When young hunters and Vierra meet over a prey just fallen, none of them understand the events they set in motion. For blood calls for blood even in the worst circumstances. Pure white of snow can be the deathbed for the feuders, lost in revenge. Part six of the Fargoer, a series of short stories set in mythic Viking Age.

25 review for The Song of Wolf and Moose

  1. 4 out of 5

    Richard Abbott

    Even the homeward leg has its perils The gap between this story and the last (Fargoer 5 - Bloodsilver) seems to be rather a short one. Vierra is moving back into familiar territory, and is steadily recovering her old self, though her psyche is as marked and scarred as her body has been. As she comes closer to her original home, the customs and attitudes she meets are becoming familiar again, and she is able to steer her own path rather than remaining at the mercy of others. It is, I think, a rema Even the homeward leg has its perils The gap between this story and the last (Fargoer 5 - Bloodsilver) seems to be rather a short one. Vierra is moving back into familiar territory, and is steadily recovering her old self, though her psyche is as marked and scarred as her body has been. As she comes closer to her original home, the customs and attitudes she meets are becoming familiar again, and she is able to steer her own path rather than remaining at the mercy of others. It is, I think, a remarkable success of the series that although initially all of the ways that these societies order themselves are unfamiliar, Vierra's has come to seem the norm against which others are assessed. Petteri successfully shows the reader something of the patchwork of cultures who manage to make a living - in some cases a very meagre living - in the wilds of this northern region. Meetings are fraught with opportunities for mutual assistance or violence. Both extremes fill this story, along with the uneasy relationship that the human occupants of the land have with the natural world around them. The pace has quickened as the journey has drawn closer to its starting point, and inevitably as reader you are speculating as to what reaction Vierra will encounter on her return. That question is left unanswered in this story. As I found with the previous story Bloodsilver, the translated prose is weak in places, and this occasionally interrupts one's ability to be immersed in this fascinating world. This minor flaw did not, for me at least, detract from my overall opinion of it, nor taken away from the five stars. I read this story not as the stand-alone version but as one section of a collected edition.

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    Goguno

  25. 5 out of 5

    J.M. Northup

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