Is the flame bearer the last book?

“The Flame Bearer,” the 10th novel in Bernard Cornwell's Saxon Tales — the story England's making — is the final chapter in Lord Uhtred's life-long quest to regain his ancestral home, the fortress castle and lands of Bebbanburg on the coast of northern Northumbria. ... I'm going back to Bebbanburg this year.

Does uhtred ever get Bebbanburg in books?

Uhtred's father was the lord of Bebbanburg and Uhtred was the heir. However, his uncle usurped the throne in Uhtred's absence. Across the 10 books, Uhtred never forgets his vow to return to Bebbanburg, regain his rightful throne, and exact revenge upon his uncle.

Who killed Iseult?

Iseult was killed off in the final episode of the first season, when she was decapitated by Skorpa (Jonas Malmsjö), the Viking warlord. Her death is similar in the books, as in The Pale Horseman a Dane fighter takes an axe to her head and kills her.

Does Rollo betray Ragnar again?

He betrays Ragnar again At the end of season 3, Rollo again takes an opportunity presented to him to betray his brother. The Emperor Charles (Lothaire Bluteau) manipulates Rollo into giving up his Viking life for one of privilege. He offers him to marry his own daughter, Gisla (Morgane Polanski), which he accepts.

Are Rollo and Ragnar really brothers?

Depiction in Vikings and Legacy In the TV series Vikings, Rollo is the brother of Ragnar Lothbrok who, after the siege of Paris, is left in West Francia to hold a spot on the Seine in order to enable future raids. ... Rollo retired in c. 927 CE and was succeeded by his son William Longsword (r.

Did floki kill Rollo?

When the Norsemen are on the brink of being annihilated, Floki persuades Horik to retreat along with Ragnar, Lagertha and some others, leaving a critically injured Rollo behind.