The Songs of Power: A Finnish Tale of Magic, Retold from the Kalevala (Ancient Fantasy) - Aaron Shepard I like Finland, and while I'm happy enough to be descended from Celts on both sides of the family, I could wish to have some Finnish sap running through the family tree.

This is a quickly readable English translation (in free verse) of Vainamoinen's image

and Ilmarinen's image

wooing of Louhi's image

daughter (sorry, no picture of the maid).

Louhi's daughter, Aila, is surprisingly astute - she'll have neither suitor - though whether this is because she's a willful 14-year-old or canny enough to know what it's like to be married to a hero is up to the reader to decide.

Free (or only a penny) on the Kindle, this was more than worth it.