Viking, NJ

Viking NJ Something has gone terribly wrong in the ancient Norse settlements the Americans collectively call Viking NJ Olvir s grandfather is dead His uncle is acting like a crazy man and strange vandals have

  • Title: Viking, NJ
  • Author: Eric Green
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Something has gone terribly wrong in the ancient Norse settlements the Americans collectively call Viking, NJ Olvir s grandfather is dead His uncle is acting like a crazy man, and strange vandals have invaded Dellingholm to start fires As if that weren t enough, the young Norseman, already deeply suspicious of the Americans surrounding the borders of the two settlementsSomething has gone terribly wrong in the ancient Norse settlements the Americans collectively call Viking, NJ Olvir s grandfather is dead His uncle is acting like a crazy man, and strange vandals have invaded Dellingholm to start fires As if that weren t enough, the young Norseman, already deeply suspicious of the Americans surrounding the borders of the two settlements, has finally fallen in love with an American girl Olvir no longer has any idea where to turn or who he can trust Underneath it all, the dark legacy of his people s past inexorably stirs to life Unknown to Olvir, it has quietly ruined lives and manipulated their destiny for nearly four hundred years Now it seems poised to bring Dellingholm and Tyrholm to the brink of annihilation Somehow they must find the courage to pay for the sins of the past or watch the only Viking outposts on American soil die.

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    About " Eric Green "

  • Eric Green

    Eric Green lives on the Maine Coast with his wife He was born in northern New Hampshire, rode freights across the country as a teenager, made his living as a visual artist for thirty years, and writes the syndicated award winning column The Penobscot Falcon.

  • 555 Comments

  • It was a very enjoyable read. The further I read the more I wanted to continue. Has a great plot and the characters are relatable. It was a fun read and I have started to reread it to see what I may have missed the first time. I highly recommend this book.


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