Goblins & Vikings in America: Episode 1

Goblins Vikings in America Episode Five hundred years before Columbus the Vikings discovered North America That much is known What they found there was not until now Goblins Vikings in America is the epic saga of Dvalinn the Riverraid

  • Title: Goblins & Vikings in America: Episode 1
  • Author: Norman Crane
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Five hundred years before Columbus, the Vikings discovered North America That much is known What they found there was not until now.Goblins Vikings in America is the epic saga of Dvalinn the Riverraider and his quest to find his son, Framarr a quest that will take him and his ragtag companions escaping the law, thralldom, and the impossibility of love to theFive hundred years before Columbus, the Vikings discovered North America That much is known What they found there was not until now.Goblins Vikings in America is the epic saga of Dvalinn the Riverraider and his quest to find his son, Framarr a quest that will take him and his ragtag companions escaping the law, thralldom, and the impossibility of love to the very edges of the known world, and beyond to a land of exotic civilizations, ancient mystery, and unprecedented danger To survive, they will have to work together To succeed, they must do nothing less than change the course of historyEpisode 1 Fatherland Length 17,500 64 minutes

    One thought on “Goblins & Vikings in America: Episode 1”

    1. Being a big fan of Ragnar Lothbrok from the History Channel's TV series VIKINGS I was very excited to give this a read.I really enjoyed this story. The writing was strong and the plotting was capable. It moved at a fairly fast clip and it left us hanging at just the proper moment in time. Norman Crane does a fine job of spinning a fast and exciting cross-genre yarn.I had to quibble over the choice of armament for one character - Kaspar - who wields a weapon that sounds like a cross between a mus [...]

    2. I did not expect much of this book but as I continued reading I got more into it. The way it is written it reminds me of the Icelandic Sagas or rather the fornaldarsagas (Legendary Sagas), but without the poetry. However, it was interesting and I look forward to the next episode.

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