The Third Lost Tale of Mercia: Aydith the Aetheling

The Third Lost Tale of Mercia: Aydith the Aetheling

by Jayden Woods
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The Third Lost Tale of Mercia: Aydith the Aetheling by Jayden Woods

“The Lost Tales of Mercia” are ten short stories that can be enjoyed as quick glimpses into the swashbuckling history of ancient England or read in addendum to the novel, "Eadric the Grasper." Aydith is a young aetheling whose distrust of the Norsemen often gets dismissed. With the encouragement of a kind hearth companion named Hastings, she might find another way to aid her country.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011050701
Publisher: Jayden Woods
Publication date: 06/25/2010
Series: Lost Tales of Mercia , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 169,769
File size: 181 KB

About the Author

Jayden Woods is the author's pen name. Jayden is a graduate of the University of Southern California's Writing for Screen and Television program. She lived and worked in Los Angeles for five years before leaving Hollywood to pursue her passion of writing prose and novels. Her published works include the various Tales of Mercia and the related "Sons of Mercia" trilogy, beginning with "Eadric the Grasper."

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The Third Lost Tale of Mercia: Aydith the Aetheling 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 147 reviews.
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And I will read the others. Best wishes a On all the other books you write. Fr MALH
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Aubu1964 I started this novel on May 20 2012. I started on page 2 and ended on page 36. Audith's heart throbbed in her throat so completely and the rage and sorrow fill her. Breathing became difficult as she waited for her father had exit the hall. Some of the faces confronted her and some infuriated her. Saxon army but so many great men died that day. No one consider the battle was a victory. The king had exit the hall. King Ethelred's cheeks turned deep red. Aydith tears filling her eyes, blurring her vision. She was embarrassed buy it. She looked around glimpsing the smug faces leering at her. She was 11 years old presuming to yell at her father.. She had accomplished making a scene. She was going into her bedroom and she slammed the door behind her. She had and older brother who can be a king someday. Her father will be remarried someday her oldest brother was saying she was reading to many history books and her brother had said. Aydith could not sleep that night she had nightmares. The novel was okay, They had weird names in this novel too. ShelleyMA
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This quick read reveals the inner struggle of a young girl in a world where women hold little power. It's a great, quick read.
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Best book ive read on here
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Lesa Burrous More than 1 year ago
very short books. 50 pgs or less. they jump around from character to character. Could have been one book, combining the 10.
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RoeIL More than 1 year ago
Story seems like an outline to somerhingf tjhat should have been longer
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