Call of the Wolf: Viking Chronicles 1
Writing is cathartic. It lets me expand my horizons, take voyages to far away lands, and explore civilizations of barbaric and honorable people all at the same time. Some people read (I like to read), but others allow their imaginations to form words on a page, to tell a story.
The Viking Chronicles follows three generations of Vikings struggling against seen and unseen battles, wars among the gods and men. They are stories of outward struggles with enemies and inward struggles of faith. There are few easy answers in life and there will be no easy answers in the book. Each story wrestles with its own set of adversaries linked together by home and hearth.
Our battle is not with flesh an blood, the bible says, but the unseen struggles of the spirit spill into the realm of man, and faith is often its first victim and its final victory. We see life through the lens of our family and when all that we hold dear clash with the worldview of others a conflict of conscience, a crisis of faith, and a defining moment will either lift us up or bring us crashing down.
Call of the Wolf is the beginning of the story, our story, set in the cold and hostile north. In the hearts of a people called Viking. Hope you enjoy the read.