Some months ago it was revealed that the highly popular Swedish/Norwegian book series "Sagaen om Isfolket" is being translated to English. It is a series of 47 books about the paranormal, love/hate, good vs. evil etc.
I grew up reading this and now I can finally recommend it to everyone out there!
Here's what the publisher, Tagman Press, writes about the first book in the series:
In English now for the first time –
The Legend of the Ice People has already captivated 25 million readers across Europe.
Winter 1581: a deadly plague outbreak robs sixteen-year old peasant girl Silje of all her family. Homeless, starving and shepherding two foundling infants, she stumbles through the corpse-strewn streets of Trondheim on Norway’s northern coast.
Heading desperately for the warmth of the mass funeral pyres blazing beyond the city gates, she encounters in the shadowy forest one of the infamous Ice People, a fearsome, strangely captivating ‘wolf man’. He offers help -- and she feels irresistibly drawn to him. But what is the terrible fascination ? And where will it lead?
Spellbound, the opening volume in The Legend of the Ice People, begins a journey that spans four centuries and interweaves romance and the supernatural in narratives that are passionate, earthy, often erotic and imbued above all else with a powerful narrative drive.
‘Loved by the masses, the prolific Margit Sandemo has written more than 170 novels to date, and is Scandinavia’s most widely-read author.’
Mia Gahne, Scanorama magazine
You can even read the first chapter of book number 1 HERE!
(This is fiction of course, but a great resource in the paranormal nonetheless)