A Slave's Tale, the sequel to Hakon of Rogen's
Saga, is told from the point of view of a slave girl, Helga,
who stows away on the longship when Hakon, the young Viking
chieftain, sets sail for France on a voyage to return Rark, a freed
slave, to his homeland. The voyagers' journey is perilous-they
narrowly escape capture by an invading fleet, and their ship is
severely damaged by a storm. Upon reaching France-where the Vikings
are now hated, not feared-only tragedy ensues.
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