Dear Mr. Cornwell.
I am enjoying so much The Saxon Stories. So far, it is the best novel series I've read. For that, I would like to thank you for the great work you have been doing, and praise you for such a fascinating story.
I just wanted to mention one thing I found divergent on the story. At Lords of the North, we have seen that Ragnar took Kjartan's life. However, at The Empty Throne, chapter 6, Uhtred claims his death for himself ("I have loved Ragnar. He had been my true father, the Dane who have taught me to be a man, and he had died in those flames, and I always hoped he had seized his sword before he was killed so that he was in Valhalla to see when I took revenge for him by slaughtering Kjartan on a northern hilltop."
It is a minor item, but took my attention.
Oh, that looks like an error. I’m so sorry you spotted it!