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Set in the adventurous and epic world of Vikings, Odin's Saga tells the story of a legendary hero and his brave quest to create a nation. The Viking homeland of Heimdal is attacked and almost conquered. Odin, their first King and founder, tells the old King Halvtan, in a dream, that in two generations they will be attacked by hordes of tribesmen. Torleif becomes king when Halvtan dies. To rouse his people, Torleif tells them Odin's Saga. The reader, too, experiences the inspiring story: Odin, the 14 year old survivor of a Tsunami, wanders inland and finds a group of people in need of his help. Odin kills his robbers, avoids enemies, then rescues and marries princess Varna. Varna has his son. Odin frees a whole village of women and children who make him King of their nation. Travelling west, a few good men join them, but many women are without a man. Their Council decides that Odin must take concubines in order to have children for their future nation. As they travel over mountains, seas, and vast flatlands, will Odin and his people be able to reach their Promised Land of Heimdal? Can Odin survive an attack by local tribesmen? About the Author: Odd Haugan is a retired engineer who has worked throughout Europe as an independent consultant in the area of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Telecommunications. He grew up in Norway and currently resides in Druskininkai, Lithuania. Mr. Haugan next book is Tor's Saga, the sequel to Odin's Saga. Publisher's website: http://sbpra.com/OddHaugan
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Book Description Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1612044506
Book Description Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC, 2011. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand for shipment within 3 working days. Seller Inventory # GM9781612044507