Horn of the Kraken

Stephen B. Pearl

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Horn of the Kraken

Horn of the Kraken The sun and moon have been devoured by the cosmic wolves Skoll and Hati Fimbulwinter has enveloped the world in cold and darkness Men prey on each other in order to survive Amid the chaos in the stru

  • Title: Horn of the Kraken
  • Author: Stephen B. Pearl
  • ISBN: 9780994024053
  • Page: 445
  • Format: ebook
  • The sun and moon have been devoured by the cosmic wolves Skoll and Hati Fimbulwinter has enveloped the world in cold and darkness Men prey on each other in order to survive Amid the chaos, in the struggle for the throne, comes a war between brothers.Hakon, illegitimate heir to the throne of Norveig, has obtained a horn that can summon a terror from the depths of the oceThe sun and moon have been devoured by the cosmic wolves Skoll and Hati Fimbulwinter has enveloped the world in cold and darkness Men prey on each other in order to survive Amid the chaos, in the struggle for the throne, comes a war between brothers.Hakon, illegitimate heir to the throne of Norveig, has obtained a horn that can summon a terror from the depths of the ocean This monstrosity has been sinking the vessels of his half brother, Jarl Erik Bloodaxe Erik sends a company of untried heroes to infiltrate Hakon s stronghold, and steal the horn.As with all things political there are other agendas Fjorn, the leader of the team, is Erik s half brother who could challenge Erik for the throne Erik s wife Gunnhild is a powerful sorceress with her own ambitions could her goals derail the heroes In life, sometimes a Jarl wins, and other times a Jarl wins.

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    1. Catherine Fitzsimmons on said:

      Solid, entertaining story with a fun cast of characters and a fascinating, wonderfully brought to life setting. Despite its short length, there was great detail and I love how historical accuracy blended with Norse fantasy. The beginning felt a little rushed and be warned, this book is in dire want of both a good proofread and a good format, but if you can look past those, it was a fun book.

    2. Ira Nayman on said:

      Not my cup of tea, but Stephen is really good at creating vivid characters and intricate plots that involve readers. A very enjoyable read.

    3. Stephen Pearl on said:

      Eternal winter grips the land as a group of heroes seek to save their society from those who would enslave the world.Five heroes in the making come together to stand against the forces that would see their society and their very freedom to choose the path of their immortal souls destroyed. When Hakon, bastard heir to the throne of Norveig, obtains a horn that can summon Kraken like war dogs from his masters in outer Midgard he uses it to sink the vessels of his half-brother Jarl Erik Bloodaxe of [...]

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