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  • The fields of Jack's village have been devastated, the winter ahead looks bleak, and a monster a draugr invades the forest outside of town.

    The Islands of the Blessed by Nancy Farmer: Book summary

  • This is a story of Viking draugr avenging their betrayal in a horrific way.

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  • Sucking on his lip, he reached for the fantastic and considered it: Was she a draugr?

    Raven Speak

  • The door to the small byre hung ajar and for a breath she wondered if living hands had done that or if a draugr, one of the walking dead, had shoved it open.

    Raven Speak

  • She half expected an unhappy draugr to knock her flat when she entered, but only a rotten odor slapped her face.

    Raven Speak

  • Suddenly she kicked, her right foot snapping up flat to strike the draugr under the jaw with her heel.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • Beyond the nearest draugr on the right was a wall—and there was a door in it.

    THE FORBIDDEN GAME

  • Let him think her mother, a chieftain’s wife, had eaten it all and had even found her own; let him think she was a draugr, one of the walking dead.

    Raven Speak

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