Vinland Saga: Vol. 3

Vinland Saga: Vol. 3

Book rating: 05 Hardback Vinland Saga

By (author) Makoto Yukimura

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  • Publisher: Kodansha Comics
  • Format: Hardback | 456 pages
  • Dimensions: 150mm x 204mm x 42mm | 620g
  • Publication date: 29 April 2014
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 1612624227
  • ISBN 13: 9781612624228
  • Sales rank: 20,486

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A BLOODY COMING OF AGE In a gambit to become the power behind the Danish and English thrones, Askeladd has taken the prince, Canute, and plunged deep into a winter storm behind enemy lines. Canute's father, King Sweyn, gives him up for dead in his haste to suppress English resistance. But Askeladd's small band can't outrun the tenacious maniac Thorkell forever, and when the warriors finally clash, a storm of sweat and gore ensues that will turn a boy into a man and a hostage into a ruler of men! "Gripping doesn t begin to describe Vinland Saga. 5 stars. ICv2 "Deeply engrossing If you have any interest at all in Vikings, the Medieval period, or pirates, this is not a series you want to miss. Anime News Network "For those who love Berserk, you ll love this too... Worth the long wait." A Case Suitable for Treatment From the acclaimed author of Planetes"

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By Nicola Mansfield 29 May 2014 5

This story remains and continues to be superb. The art is excellent and is a bar above anything else I've seen coming from manga. Volume 3 of the saga concentrates heavily on the historical aspects of the story. Continuing on the Danish invasion of Britain; the two rival commanders Askeladd and Thorkell battle the English and each other continuously throughout the book, while they both want to be the ones with Prince Canute in their hands, though for different reasons. In this volume Thorfinn's quest for vengeance against his father plays a smaller role and stays more in the background while the character of Prince Canute shines as he evolves. The Prince must deal with a devastating incident that can either make or break him. We watch as the, thus far, quiet soft spoken boy, takes on the character of a King's son, fit to be heir. This is an absolutely brilliant manga with a compelling story. I've not read anything like this before and can't wait for the next volume.