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What if an ancient god escaped his fate and history was thrown to the wolves?
Churchwarden Michaels thought it was just a run-of-the-mill crazy old man who stood in the graveyard, hellbent on studying the 1,000-year-old Viking memorial there. But when things start changing and outright disappearing, Michaels realizes there is more to this old man than meets the eye. Now, Michaels finds himself swept up in an ancient god’s quest to escape his destiny by reworking reality, putting history - and to Michaels’s dismay, Christianity itself - to the Viking sword. In this new Vikingverse novel, storied heroes of mankind emerge in new and brutal guises drawn from the sagas:
A young Norse prince plots to shatter empires and claim the heavens....
A scholar exiled to the frontier braves the dangers of the New World, only to find those “new worlds” are greater than he imagined....
A captured Jötunn plants the dreams of freedom during a worlds-spanning war....
A bold empress discovers there is a price for immortality, one her ancestors have come to collect....
With the timelines stretched to breaking point, it’s up to Churchwarden Michaels to save reality as we know it....
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- Mona Maven
Not my cup of tea.
I didn't like this book at all! I had a hard time following what was going on and it didn't hold my interest. I tried to stick with it but just couldn't finish it. I'm bummed because I really wanted to like it.
- Mr. J. Ambler
Loved the concept
Truly saga like, this ‘what if’ story is really interesting. However, I feel like we just opened up the box of characters and I’m not quite sure how they fit… yet.
It might be that it’s meant to be like that so far.
This does cross from modern to early Middle Ages to sci fi with abandon, but in a good way.
Pronunciation was a little too spot on for my liking (used to hearing anglicised versions), but can’t knock that.
- J Turnbull
Sorry not for me.
I don’t often write negative review but I just find this hard work and not worth the effort.