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Who's Afraid Of Beowulf?

Who's Afraid Of Beowulf?

‘Brilliantly funny.’ – DAILY MAIL

‘Witty and eccentric… dazzling, neat, frivolous.’ – TIME OUT


The last Norse king of Caithness, Hrolf Earthstar and his 12 champions are woken from a centuries-long sleep when an archaeologist finds their grave. He decides to carry on his ancient war against the Sourcerer-King, and must face such perils as BBC film crews and the Bakerloo line along the way.

From one of the best-loved comic writers in fantasy fiction comes another absurdly witty title – perfect for fans of Douglas Adams or Terry Pratchett

Books by Tom Holt:

Walled Orchard Series
Goatsong
The Walled Orchard

J.W. Wells & Co. Series
The Portable Door
In Your Dreams
Earth, Air, Fire and Custard
You Don’t Have to Be Evil to Work Here, But It Helps
The Better Mousetrap
May Contain Traces of Magic
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Sausages

YouSpace Series
Doughnut
When It’s A Jar
The Outsorcerer’s Apprentice
The Good, the Bad and the Smug

Novels
Expecting Someone Taller
Who’s Afraid of Beowulf
Flying Dutch
Ye Gods!
Overtime
Here Comes the Sun
Grailblazers
Faust Among Equals
Odds and Gods
Djinn Rummy
My Hero
Paint your Dragon
Open Sesame
Wish you Were Here
Alexander at World’s End
Only Human
Snow White and the Seven Samurai
Olympiad
Valhalla
Nothing But Blue Skies
Falling Sideways
Little People
Song for Nero
Meadowland
Barking
Blonde Bombshell
The Management Style of the Supreme Beings
An Orc on the Wild Side
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 5th November 2009

Price: £5.49

ISBN-13: 9780748113811

Reviews

Tom Holt stands out on his own . . . If you haven't read any, go out and buy one. But don't blame me for any laughter-induced injuries
VECTOR
Frantically wacky and wilfully confusing . . . gratifyingly clever and very amusing
MAIL ON SUNDAY
wisecracking dialogue.
STARBURST
always inventively funny.
SFX