Call Of The Wolf: Viking Chronicles 1

Call Of The Wolf Viking Chronicles Brutality is what they were known for marauders forged in the icy north Yet Vikings weren t always looters and thieves They honored home and the land community and friends Magnus son of Vargr want

  • Title: Call Of The Wolf: Viking Chronicles 1
  • Author: Paul W. Perkins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Brutality is what they were known for marauders forged in the icy north Yet, Vikings weren t always looters and thieves They honored home and the land, community and friends Magnus, son of Vargr, wanted to see the world than anything else, but his dream collided with the ruthless spread of Charlemagne s kingdom Two lives destined to change the course of history Brutality is what they were known for marauders forged in the icy north Yet, Vikings weren t always looters and thieves They honored home and the land, community and friends Magnus, son of Vargr, wanted to see the world than anything else, but his dream collided with the ruthless spread of Charlemagne s kingdom Two lives destined to change the course of history the fate of families for generations to come.

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    1. I enjoyed the first in this series of books. It was well written (although in the Kindle version there were a few typos). The start of each chapter was headed by the year in the stories timeline. This was helpful as there were moments I needed to refer back to it to ensure I knew when events actually took place as each chapter (like many books) jumped from character to character and their individual plights throughout the story.I did get 'involved' in the story and have now moved onto the second [...]

    2. Viking drama - but I (unusually) couldn't finish it - the story leapt about all over the place and none of the individual chapters were engaging enough to suck me in and make me want to follow it through to the end. Some of the chapters had some relevance to the title, but I wasn't drawn in or intrigued.

    3. It held my interest, and I know more about Viking mythology than I did before. I was pleasantly surprised by how clean it was. The language was clean. Other situations, wedding celebrations and burial rituals, were handled with delicacy.But I felt lost through most of the book. The story got starts out following one warrior and then drops him and jumps to another boy, then to that boy's son. When I had figured out that the first man wasn’t coming back and was settling into the story of the fat [...]

    4. The stories were good but I got confused at times with the flow of the book. Most of the chapters had a year included in the chapter title but at times it seem to add to the confusion of the flow of the book. Also, there were incidents that were given a whole chapter and then are never referred to again. For example, early in the book Magnus, a main character, was severely wounded on a botched trading voyage but we never hear about the wound or his recover again. The individual vignettes are wel [...]

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