“The Assault” is the first book of five in the Viking Blood series by Marianne Slot. Norse mythology, Viking feuds, trades, and sea voyages, is brought to life in an exciting story of life and death.
In these we follow Hauge as his life evolves around the vital consequences of one dramatic day; through vengeance and love; hardships of hunger and suffering, culminating in a final raid to England.
By Marianne Slot | 11.700 words | Published on June 30, 2011 | Genre: Fiction
Second book in the series “Viking Blood”. Three years after the attack on Styrbjorn’s village his brother, Sven, has been elected chieftain and the village rebuilt.
After a successful summer voyage to Ireland everybody celebrates. Sven decides time for vengeance has come; a surprise attack on Haakon’s village will be on horseback. However, the raid does not go as planned …
By Marianne Slot | 12.010 words | Published on July 6, 2011 | Genre: Fiction
Third book in the “Viking Blood” series by Marianne Slot. A story of vengeance, friendships, and love. Four years have passed and Hauge’s mother Aasa has married Sven.
The men travel to the winter market, where many a good deal is done. Once again Hauge meets his Christian friend Hannibal. But they are brutally attacked and many die. Hauge is made chieftain and can finally avenge his father.
By Marianne Slot | 13.990 words | Published on July 6, 2011 | Genre: Fiction
Fourth book in the “Viking Blood” series. The winter after the avenging raid Hannibal and Edwina are still in Hauge’s village. As the last of the snow has smelted Hauge tells his mother Aasa that he wants to marry Edwina, although she is a Christian. The wedding is held as Norse custom demands with sacrifices to the Gods.
One man tries to sabotage the party. A story of voyages, gales and losses.
By Marianne Slot | 17.290 words | Published on July 6, 2011 | Genre: Fiction
Three and a half years have passed since young Styrbjorn, Edwina and Hauge’s son, was born. The winters have been extremely hard. Famine and hunger threatens. Everything goes wrong.
The grain rots, only some return from the summer voyage; late, empty, and battered. Hauge decides to go on a quest for food and riches in England. A new ship is built. In England they raid and pillage until …
By Marianne Slot | 15.390 words | Published on July 6, 2011 | Genre: Fiction
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