The Curse of the Viking Grave

The Curse of the Viking Grave The popular sequel to his award winning Lost in the Barrens this is Farley Mowat s suspense filled story of how Awasin Jamie and Peetryuk three adventure prone boys stumble upon a cache of Viking

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The popular sequel to his award winning Lost in the Barrens, this is Farley Mowat s suspense filled story of how Awasin, Jamie and Peetryuk, three adventure prone boys, stumble upon a cache of Viking relics in an ancient tomb somewhere in the north of Canada Packed with excitement and with little known information about the customs of Viking explorers, this story of surviThe popular sequel to his award winning Lost in the Barrens, this is Farley Mowat s suspense filled story of how Awasin, Jamie and Peetryuk, three adventure prone boys, stumble upon a cache of Viking relics in an ancient tomb somewhere in the north of Canada Packed with excitement and with little known information about the customs of Viking explorers, this story of survival portrays the bond of youthful friendship and the wonders of a virtually unexplored land.
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  • Nicole says:

    I can’t believe I’ve never read these books. Great fun!

  • Wayne Walker says:

    Several years ago, when our boys were little, we watched a couple of Feature Films for Families movies entitled Lost in the Barrens and its sequel, The Curse of the Viking Grave, both based on Farley Mowat’s books of the same names. I have previously read and reviewed Lost in the Barrens in which sixteen year old Jamie Macnair had to leave his Toronto, Ontario, school after his parents died, and went to live with his uncle Angus Macnair, who made his living as a fur trapper and trader, at Macn [...]

  • LobsterQuadrille says:

    Two Against the North, the book preceding this one, is a very good adventure story, but now I think I may actually like this sequel, The Curse of the Viking Grave even more. Good old Jamie and Awasin are back, along with Uncle Angus and their Inuit friend Peetyuk, who appears at the end of the first book. Mowat also introduces a new character, Awasin's sister Angeline. When Uncle Angus becomes gravely ill away from home, the four youngsters venture into the wilderness to keep Jamie from being ta [...]

  • Owen says:

    This is the sequel to "Lost in the Barrens" (1956), written in the mid-1960s. Both books tell the story of a youth who is orphaned and sent to be with his trapper/outdoorsman uncle up in the far north of Canada. In this volume, the southern authorities appear on the scene, wishing to remove the still underage central character back to the south, for "his own good." In company with an Indian girl and an Eskimo lad, our hero sets off into the northern wilderness, trying to keep one step ahead of t [...]

  • Mackenzie Bakker says:

    Jamie and Awasin are still up to their adventures, but they are joined by a red-haired Eskimo boy, Peetyuk. The three of them find out that the Chipewayantribe in the north has been struck with a plague going around, and are desperately in need of help. the boys decide to help care for them while Angus goes south to the Pas to find medical help. while in the Pas though, Angus falls sick, and the boys, along with Awasin's sister Angeline, must find a way to care for the Chipewayans and pay for An [...]

  • Fionalennard says:

    Great book for reading with your son.

  • Zoë says:

    This book was okay, but I couldn’t really get into it. It wasn’t really about the Viking cache despite the title, they only get to it very late in. And then you don’t really find out anything about the Vikings and I was lost on what happened after that. The characters were also more annoying in this book. They’d go back and forth with bickering at each other and treating each other like crap (like how Jamie treated Angeline for being a girl, or how the three of them treated Jamie for bei [...]

  • Grant Palin says:

    A good successor to Lost in the Barrens, also by Farley Mowatt. In the same vein, The Curse of the Viking Grave is a story of travel, adventure, and survival. It's an enjoyable collection of culture, improvisation, emotion, and drive.The story followed nicely from the first book, but I found the ending unsatisfying. The final chapter built up in me some expectations for further details, yet kind of just cut off. I would have liked another chapter or an epilogue to wrap up the story.

  • Thomasin says:

    Mowat's novel was published in 1966, and while it's described as a book "For Younger Readers" it's notably different than the YA of this century. There is some (very innocent) adolescent romance, but the story is primarily a travel and adventure tale. (Maybe the difference in story is that this book was probably marketed for boys, and much of the YA today is intended for girls? Publishing houses working stereotypes would account for some of the differences.)Though originally considered a childre [...]

  • Beth says:

    It was funny how homo-erotic I found Jamie's jealousy of Peetyuk, especially when he and Angeline start glancing each others way. Thirty years ago it just would have been the misogyny expected of teenaged boys, but years of fanfiction have turned my instincts (and lowered my tolerance for contempt towards women). But I still enjoyed the kids against the wilderness theme.

  • Robert says:

    In this thrilling sequel to Lost in the Barrens, Jamie's only relative, his uncle, gets sick which sets POLICE to take Jamie into The Pas, forcing Jamie and his 3 friends up north to the Eskimos. The Eskimos help Jamie & his three friends, and at the same time, share a big secret to them. Next, they canoed east in hopes of reaching Churchill, and succeeded. The story ends in a train ride.I especially like how they agreed about the brave decision to the east. Lots of people would be scared at [...]

  • Fellini says:

    Продолжение Lost in the Barrens. Если первую книгу я читала и перечитывала не раз, то про существование этой узнала недавно. Наверное, лет 15 назад она бы произвела более сильное впечатление =)Нечто среднее между приключенческими повестями Купера или Верна и набравшими популярность [...]

  • Anthony says:

    This is a fantastic book!! Even better than the original. Makes you want to visit northern canada! Ended a little abruptly though.

  • Debbie says:

    The sequel to Lost in the Barrens and like it a great preteen book. I enjoyed it too!

  • Bryan says:

    Could have been another one or two chapters at the end, for my personal preference.

  • Meghan Graham says:

    It was great and I will have to read the first book. I think it ended really soon though

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