A Monumental Journey 2

me of a quote from a terrific science fiction, adventure story I'd read in my third year of college entitled, "A Journey to the Centre of the Earth". "My curiosity was aroused to fever-pitch, and my uncle tried in vain to restrain me.

A Monumental Journey 2

Just before 1470 a religious split occurred between two of the foremost Northern Viking tribes, the Rognvalds, who accepted Christianity, and the Baaldurs, who chose to practice the antediluvian blood witchcrafts. For years violent wars ensued, taking thousands of lives on both sides. After the Rognvalds had endured enough bloodshed, the chosen of the First Nation departed their homes in the Orkney Islands and Northern Scotland aboard fifteen, ninety-five foot wooden vessels, to find another home in distant lands. Five hundred and forty-two years later For months the Heimdall crew has been pursuing the original Rognvald route towards Americas western shores. Sixty-seven days after departing Flores Island in Europes westernmost waters, theyve finally arrived at the mysterious Isla Socorro in the Revillagigedo Archipelagoes. In this second novel they continue their spirited search for the First Tribe. They resolve a conundrum about Gamelins Tempest sword, they discover warrior descendants from the original Viking voyage, they encounter the supreme Mortiken leader, Amalek Baaldur, and the witch, Krystal Blackeyes, they expose a shocking deception concerning King Agars son Magnus and the ancient assembly of Troth, and the crews ongoing struggle against a ruthless enemy continues challenging them beyond their abilities.

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Language: en
Pages: 408
Authors: Richard L Cederberg
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2005-03-28 - Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Categories: Fiction
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