The Wild Hunt : The Viking Chronicles Book 2
Arne had lost his father to the war with the Franks. His bitterness turned to rage and rage to vengeance. From his youth he swore to avenge the honor of his family. His heart, however, was captured by the beautiful Sigrid whose love threatened to forestall his quest. The struggle between love and hate was as fierce a battle as Arne would ever face. Ogier, King of the Danes, also struggled with loss. His beloved Bertha was missing and he would shake heaven and earth to find her. As a vassal of King Charlemagne he was charged to hold the Vikings at bay. King Ogier unleashed the fury of his broken heart in a clash with warriors of the north. The Wild Hunt is a story of clashing beliefs, love, and pain. The direction of man's actions can be guided by heart or reason. The battle rages today.
- Paperback | 288 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 18.29mm | 498.95g
- 23 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Dr Paul Perkins
Dr. Perkins was born into a military family living in Greece and Turkey as a teenager. His interests in history came alive surrounded by the customs of different cultures. He as a Bachelors in Bible, a Masters in Biblical Education, and an earned Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction. His writing reflects his dedication to historical accuracy and the purity of the emotions of the human heart.