The Lord of Vik lo Book III of the ongoing Norsemen Saga In this riveting follow up to Fin Gall and Dubh linn Thorgrim Night Wolf makes ready to leave the Viking town of Dubh linn for the long journey back to his home

  • Title: The Lord of Vik-lo
  • Author: James L. Nelson
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  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Book III of the ongoing Norsemen Saga In this riveting follow up to Fin Gall and Dubh linn, Thorgrim Night Wolf makes ready to leave the Viking town of Dubh linn for the long journey back to his home in Norway Having recovered from the wounds of battle and having won for himself a fortune, a crew, and a longship, he is ready to return to his farm in Vik and go a viking nBook III of the ongoing Norsemen Saga In this riveting follow up to Fin Gall and Dubh linn, Thorgrim Night Wolf makes ready to leave the Viking town of Dubh linn for the long journey back to his home in Norway Having recovered from the wounds of battle and having won for himself a fortune, a crew, and a longship, he is ready to return to his farm in Vik and go a viking no But the gods have other plans, and Thorgrim and his men wash up in the small Viking longphort of V k l Thinking themselves among friends, they soon learn that the opposite is true, that Grimarr Giant, the Lord of V k l , has reason to want Thorgrim and his son Harald dead In a world where they cannot tell friend from foe, a world of violence at sea and on land, Thorgrim, Harald, Ornolf, Starri and their band of Norsemen find themselves once again fighting not just for plunder, but for their very survival.

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    1. The third installment of the Norseman Saga does not disappoint. Thorgrim Night Wolf is still desperate to get back to Vik but the bastard shores of Ireland keep pulling him back. This time Thorgrim must help the Lord of Vik-lo secure a vast treasure before he is allowed to return home. Along the way he deals with blood fueds, treachery and sex. Oh, and did I mention Thorgrim is a motherfucking werewolf?!? Read this book!

    2. I find it hard to come up with new things to say about this series. It is so consistently good, the characters are so consistently interesting, the stories are so consistently engaging, Just when you think you know what's coming you are surprised when it's something else, yo are shocked when it's not what you expected and you are eager to find our where it's going to end up.Cheer, laugh, cry, be lifted up, be brought down, run the gamut of emotion. I've said it all before but each book in the se [...]

    3. Good - as the restReflects the essence of the history of Ireland and the influence of the Norsemen pretty good. Recommended to those who like popularized history.

    4. Man, I love these Nelson books! Meaty stories and awesome characters. Even the bad guys in this were likable to a degree. Thorgrim's obligation to friends, family and duty keep him in Ireland even longer and hi-jinx ensues. I do wish there were more women characters, as I really enjoyed the other women in the earlier books in this series. Looking forward to the rest of this series!

    5. Nelson has done his research, November 2, 2016This review is from: The Lord of Vik-lo: A Novel of Viking Age Ireland (The Norsemen Saga Book 3) (Kindle Edition)Mr. Nelson's Norsemen saga continues to entertain. Nelson has done his research and is a good writer and story teller. I noticed that this third volume did not garner as much criticism as the first two. I suppose those who didn't like the story or the writing didn't keep reading but this volume is also a more direct, less complex story. [...]

    6. Only one more book in this series to read - The first (Fin Gall) took me a while to get into but I've enjoyed each subsequent book. Sure there are a few mistakes, and the tale is a bit predictable at times but none of this mattered very much. I've liked the characters, though the descriptions of the places do nothing to remind me of the Ireland I have visited (even though they are the same places) except for the view from the hill of Tara a view I remember well, Nelson's description brought it v [...]

    7. I so enjoy the continuing saga of Thorgrim Night Wolf and his son Harald. After enjoying the TV Series Vikings, this is a great adventure of the Vikings in Ireland. Mr. Nelson paints a very exciting picture of the violence of the time, the Irish clans trying to gain power and the Viking raids of their country. Truly a violent age. I don't know little about ships and sailing but this is a very exciting read for both men and women. I highly recommend, and also recommend reading from the beginning, [...]

    8. Excellent tales of Northmen in IrelandJames L . Nelson's series is packed full of adventure. The heroes are unique (some are bizarre) and they are all entertaining and easy to identify with and like. The villains are not one dimensional or shallow. You can understand and often agree with what has led them to their beliefs, even if you would condemn their actions.I am very glad to have found this author. His is the best writing I have come across in awhile.

    9. An excellent read. The Vikings were jet to the establishment of several major Cities in Ireland. (Dublin being one) It was fun to read this third book in a series about the intersection of the Vikings with the Irish. Having both Viking and Irish ancestors made it especially fun to read and fantasize about my ancestors.

    10. I got about 1/3 of the way through the book before I gave up on it. I loved the idea of historical fiction set in Viking age Ireland, but the story kept spinning in circles. Throgrim wants to go home, Thorgrim starts to go home, unfortunate event happens, Thorgrim gets stuck in Ireland some more. Rinse and repeat.

    11. Great StoryNelson is one of the best writers of nautical fiction and this series establishes him as one of the best author's of "Viking" fiction as well. Good action, good plot.

    12. Good storyGood story but book did have typos. Also the Irish girl kind of dropped out of story. Look forward to book four.

    13. Good seriesGood series. Lots of action and unexpected twist. If you enjoyed the last kingdom you will enjoy this series. On to the next book!

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