Blood Will Follow
The Valhalla Saga Book II
By Snorri Kristjansson
The army of the White Christ might have won at Stenvik, but the Old Gods still wield power in the cold North . . . and King Olav is determined to find and take it for himself.
In this epic new entry to The Valhalla Saga, blood will be spilled, bonds will be tested and long-buried secrets will be revealed . . .
Ulfar Thormodsson and Audun Arngrimsson survived the battle for Stenvik, although at huge cost. They have suffered much worse than heartbreak: they have lost the very thing that made them human. Their mortality.
While Ulfar heads home, looking for the place where he thinks he will be safe, Audun runs south. But both men are about to discover that they cannot run away from themselves. King Olav has left the conquered town of Stenvik in the hands of his lieutenant so he can journey north, following Valgard in the search for the source of the Vikings' power.
And all the while older beings watch and wait, biding their time. There are secrets yet to be discovered . . .
'Fans of David Gemmell's work should feel right at home with this one' Starburst Magazine
Snorri Kristjansson was born in Iceland and is a writer and a teacher, as well as a stand-up comedian, actor and musician. He currently lives in Edinburgh with his artist wife. The Valhalla Saga, his Viking fantasy series, and The Helga Finnsdottir books, his Viking historical/crime series, are all published by Jo Fletcher Books.
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05 Jun 2014
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A frenetically fast fantasy novel ... which due to its originality easily rises above the crowd — Upcoming4me
Fans of David Gemmell's work should feel right at home with this one — Starburst Magazine
With Blood Will Follow Snorri Kristjansson has really outdone himself . . . Bring on the next, I am hooked — Book Plank
Kristjansson delivers another gripping read, proving he knows how to weave a tale that will enthrall his readers — A Fantastical Librarian
A perfect middle book for a trilogy . . . These books are really rather spiffing and do indeed make Vikings seem like real men and not just a part of history that you learn about in school — Book Geek Says