The Serpent Dreamer continues the spellbinding historical saga begun in The Soul Thief and The Witches' Kitchen.
Returning to his home in Vinland, Corban Loosestrife finds his colony destroyed and his beloved wife dead. His twin sister Mav, with whom he shares a mystic bond, has given a daughter to Miska, the proud and cunning chief of the Wolf clan.
When Miskas daughter Ahanton dreams of an approaching army that worships a serpent, Corban must undertake an arduous quest that will forever alter the world he has come to know.
Cecelia Holland (born 1943) began writing at age 12, and had finished three novels by 17! She received a BA from Connecticut College and briefly attended grad school at Columbia University, but dropped out to work in a bookstore in Manhattan. She published first novel Firedrake in 1966 and has been a full-time writer ever since.
Though she is the author of one out-and-out SF novel, Floating Worlds (1976), most of Cecelia Holland's more than two dozen books are historical fiction, set in a wide variety of times and places. Her historical novels, some of which contain fantastic elements, include Rakóssy (1967), Two Ravens (1977), The Bear Flag (1990) and many others. Recent books include historical fantasy The Angel and