|Author||Matthew J. Kirby|
|Genre||Young adult fiction, Fantasy, Mystery, Adventure|
|Awards||Edgar Award for Best Juvenile (2012)|
Icefall (ISBN 978-0-545-27424-1) is a book written by Matthew J. Kirby and published by Scholastic Press on 1 October 2011 which later went on to win the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile in 2012.
The novel is set in medieval Norway. When the king goes to war, he sends his three children to a remote steading for protection. His middle child, Solveig, begins to learn the art of storytelling from the king's skald. During a frightening winter, the household has to deal with food shortages and the mystery of a murderous traitor.
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