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Aesir Trilogy: Eyes, Dreams, and Gods THE PATH A MAN FOLLOWS IN LIFE MAY BE DIFFERENT FROM EVERY OTHER, BUT WHEN THE NORNS CUT OUR THREADS, WE RE EACH OF US DEAD MEN. In the Icelandic fishing village of Nordfjordur, they take their gods seriously, and each person has his own way of dealing with them: Erik Thorkilsson, an awkward fifteen-year-old, whose hard-edged American uncle harbors a dark secret. Father Viktor Johnsson, Catholic priest, aboard a spaceship hurtling toward what may possibly be the ash tree Yggdrasil. Arnor Eriksson, the last remaining inhabitant in Iceland, left to tend Odin s garden. Each of them may follow a path differing from the others, but they have one thing in common: the Norns have yet to cut their threads.
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Steve Martindale, a marketing specialist and Beowulf scholar, was born in Tucson in 1957. He s been a published writer since 1989, with works appearing in such publications as Writers of the Future Vol. V, Aboriginals, and ConNotations. This is his first published novel.
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Book Description Airleaf, 2007. Perfect Paperback. Condition: Good. Some shelf wear. Satisfaction 100% guaranteed. Seller Inventory # mon0001661688