This is essentially a “part two” to our previous list. These lists aren’t necessarily the most important books in Heathenry, but rather books that our staff felt would best establish a foundation for a Heathen worldview for those new to it. You’ll note the lack of Eddas and Sagas, and that’s for good reason: we feel that those writings are difficult to understand without the context of a Heathen worldview. In our view, it’s best that we understand how arch-Heathens thought, believed, and acted in order to understand those stories (and others).
Did we miss one? Let us know!