9th Century

The Thrall’s Tale

By Judith Lindbergh - Published 2006

Genres:

Saga

The Thrall’s Tale is Lindbergh’s first novel. It is the story of three women—Thorbjorg the seeress, Katla, a thrall or ...Read Review

Danelaw

By Susan Squires - Published 2003

Genres:

FantasyRomance

Set during England’s Dark Ages in the 9th century, Danelaw is a fantasy romance combining elements of pagan powers and human passions. ...Read Review

The Angel with One Hundred Wings: A Tale from the Arabian Nights

By Daniel Horch - Published 2002

Genres:

FantasyLiterary

Ninth-century Baghdad may be called “the City of Peace,” but it’s still a hotbed of intrigue and danger, as the Sultan’s ...Read Review

Night Blooming

By Chelsea Quinn Yarbro - Published 2002

Genres:

AdventureFantasy

Vampire Hiernom Rakoczy de Santus Germainius fits easily into human society. Having observed history for nearly 3,000 years, Rakoczy is renowned for his knowledge ...Read Review

Come Back To Me

By Josie Litton - Published 2001

Genres:

Romance

Dragon Hakonson, one of the most feared Vikings to come of out the Northlands, has made his peace with Saxon England’s King ...Read Review

Dream Of Me and Believe In Me

By Josie Litton - Published 2001

Genres:

Romance

These two engaging historical romances (the first two in a trilogy) take place in the late 9th century, and involve efforts by Norse ...Read Review

Ceridwen Of Kilton

By Octavia Randolph - Published 2002

Genres:

Ceridwen, daughter of a Mercian ealdorman, is sixteen years old in the year 872, a time when King Ælfred ruled England. Twice blessed, Ceridwen ...Read Review

Secret of Santiago

By Bernard Reilly - Published 1977

Genres:

AdventureBiographical Fiction

In the reign of Alfonso II of Spain (791-842), a supernatural revelation led to the discovery of the tomb of St. James. Some ...Read Review

The Angel and the Sword

By Cecelia Holland - Published 2000

Genres:

Biographical FictionEpic

The dark and bloody pathways and streets of ninth century France are the backdrop against which Holland retells the traditional French story of ...Read Review