The Book Of Bera by Suzie Wilde The Book Of Bera by Suzie Wilde 

The Book Of Bera

bySuzie Wilde 

Hardcover | June 27, 2017

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The Book of Bera is a Viking adventure fantasy novel which follows the saga of Bera, ayoung Viking woman who is struggling to control her invisible twin spirit and develop herinherited gift of Sight.

On a long winter night, Bera is left to defend her stark village alone, and in the ensuing battle, her dear childhood friend, Bjorn, is killed. When soon after her father weds her to the chieftain of a rival clan, Bera realises the unthinkable: his second-in-command is responsible for her friend’s death. Though she must now learn how to be a wife and a stepmother to a hostile boy, Bera vows her revenge and sets off on a path to grow in power and hone her skills in the rough, macho clan into which she has been sold.

As her gifts continue to grow, her visions of looming disaster become more and more ominous until she has to make the ultimate choice: Will she choose revenge? Or will she succeed in leading her people to safety before it’s too late?

The Book of Bera is a work of great character, imagination and considerable drive that will take you on an epic journey of duty, vengeance and salvation.
Suzie Wilde has an MA with Distinction in Creative Writing from the University of Sussex and has worked as a teacher. This is her first novel.
Title:The Book Of BeraFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 9.43 × 6.3 × 1.14 inPublished:June 27, 2017Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1783522771

ISBN - 13:9781783522774

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Please spare yourself The writing is very flat which made it a struggle to read. The character are very one dimensional, with almost no character growth throughout the book, and the author doesn't do a good job of explaining the setting of the story throughout the books entirety as well, so I was very often confused by what was happening. The main character Bera was imposable for me to connect with because she's so very mean and jealous of apparently everything when she's not the centre of attention. I'm not sure what demographic the author was aiming for with this book because even though it's written childishly it deals with dark and mature themes. The book was a mess from beginning to end, and I wish that I could return my copy of it.
Date published: 2017-07-12