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   Warrior Rebel, by C. Dean Andersson  
 
  Novel, first publication in April 1999 , latest edition in April 2000
 
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      In WARRIOR REBEL, the second book of the Bloodsong saga, Bloodsong battles to save her daughter, Guthrun, and her friend, the Freya-Witch, Huld. Guthrun and Huld have been imprisoned in the Black Castle of the Hel-Witch Thokk, tormented by the terrifying Frost Giant who does Thokk's bidding and by Guthrun's brother, Lokith, brought back from the dead by Thokk's Hel-magic. To rescue Guthrun and Huld, Bloodsong and her friends combat Death Riders whose mere touch can kill as they race to seek new allies and powers from the Gods and Goddesses themselves, from the dreaded Isle of Odin 's Berserkers to the Spire of Thor's Blood and the Ordeal of Freya's Passion, lest the dark magic buried in Guthrun's soul be awakened and unleashed for the Doom of the Earth.

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  • Bloodsong Saga (#2)

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