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The first attempt by the Norse explorers to settle in the New World has ended in disaster. With most of their better warriors dead in a battle with the Penobscot tribe, the survivors decide to head home across the wide and empty seas. They would risk a battle with King Harald Finehair. What they do not know is that they have left their Navigator alone and surrounded by enemies.

The novel follows the two brothers Erik the Navigator and Fótr Larsson as they both do what they must to survive. Erik must learn to live like a Skraeling, and Fótr must fight the enemies of the Clan of the Wolf.

Summoned by Ylva the volva, Fótr is charged with a quest which seems impossible while Erik has to fight Penobscot warriors who are intent on vengeance.

©2020 Griff Hosker (P)2020 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Loved This Series!

All the way to the end I loved this series. The clan of the fox takes on new challenges in their two worlds. Eric the Navigator finds his home in the New World while his younger brother finds the warrior within and follows his destiny home. A great journey into how it might have been for these early explorers. The narration was excellent and I look forward to reading/listening to more from this author (there is plenty more).

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  • Owen Ward
  • 12-11-20

Make Water. ;)

A great story. I come from the region of canada where the norse landed so it was great to hear the tale put to words. I believe somewhere in my lineage (possibly my grandfathers grandmother) is some mikmaq blood. I now live in Australia about as far from my home lands as i could get. I suppose that may make it easier to identify with some of the characters in starting new in a very different land far away. This was a well put together and enjoyable book. I still think the author could ease up on one common thing he seems to add in every one of his titles. I think every 4th page "make water" is mentioned. i just giggle now. "As i stepped outside the hall to make water...." , ""i checked the wind and walked to the steerboard side to make water" and so on. hehehe