Reviewed by Alice H. (age 11)
I liked this book because Ness still stays faithful to her Christian god even though the Vikings say that he is weak and powerless. I also liked that it is a story about Beorn from Nessís perspective. My favorite character was Beorn because he has mercy on Ness making her his slave, when he could of killed her. I liked the ending because Ness finally earns her freedom but not in the way you expect. I also liked the pictures it almost looks like a coloring page. They look very realistic.
I recommend this book to kids ages ten and up because there are a few hard vocabulary words. This book would be good for a class that is learning about Vikings. Or if you are looking for a good book to read at home for fun or for class for a report.