Norse Mythology

A BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation

; Full cast (Oppleser) ; Diana Rigg (Oppleser) ; Derek Jacobi (Oppleser) ; Natalie Dormer (Oppleser) ; Colin Morgan (Oppleser)

A full-cast dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's magical retellings of the Norse myths, inviting us into a world of gods and monsters, tricks and trust, fiery endings and new beginnings

Winner of The London Book Fair CAMEO Award 2020 for Book to Audio adaptation. Les mer
Vår pris
180,-

(Lyd-CD)
Leveringstid: Ikke i salg

Lyd-CD
Lyd-CD
Vår pris: 180,-

(Lyd-CD)
Leveringstid: Ikke i salg

Om boka

A full-cast dramatisation of Neil Gaiman's magical retellings of the Norse myths, inviting us into a world of gods and monsters, tricks and trust, fiery endings and new beginnings

Winner of The London Book Fair CAMEO Award 2020 for Book to Audio adaptation.

'And the game begins anew...'

Meet the trickster god Loki and his astonishing children - the giant wolf Fenrir, Jormungundr the snake that encircles the world, and Hel, the little girl who grows up to be Queen of the dead. Here, too, is Odin the all-father, who sacrificed his eye to see the future; Thor the thunderer, who defends Asgard with his fearsome strength and mighty hammer; and Freya the understandably angry, most beautiful of the gods and always being gambled for by unwanted suitors.

From the beginning of the universe in fire and ice, to the very end of the world, Ragnarok, these enthralling tales of gods, goddesses, dwarves and giants bring the ancient myths to vigorous life.

Diana Rigg, Derek Jacobi, Colin Morgan, Natalie Dormer and Neil Gaiman himself are among the stellar cast in these spellbinding stories of old betrayals - and new hope.

Fakta

Om forfatteren

Gaiman is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels Neverwhere (1995), Stardust (1999), the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning American Gods (2001), Anansi Boys (2005), and Good Omens (with Terry Pratchett, 1990), as well as the short story collections Smoke and Mirrors (1998) and Fragile Things (2006). His screenwriting credits include the original BBC TV series of Neverwhere (1996), Dave McKean's first feature film, Mirrormask (2005), and the Doctor Who episode 'The Doctor's Wife' (2011).