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- Freya is probably the best-known and best-loved of the goddesses today. Her title simply means "Lady"; her original name is not known. Freya is the "wild woman" among the deities of the North: free with her sexual favours (though furious...
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- Passion: Freyja saw Brisingamen, and She wanted it. The dwarves who crafted it wanted to be intimate with Her, and She paid their price for what She wanted. As mentioned above, She had slept with every God at the feast in Aegir's hall and likely others ...
- The Weirdstone of Brisingamen review
- The Weirdstone of Brisingamen, and its sequel, The Moon Of Gomrath, are published in paperback by HarperCollins (£5.99). Last week, a special hardback gift edition of The Weirdstone of Brisingamen was published (£14.
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