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  • Being a big fan of Ragnar Lothbrok from the History Channel's TV series VIKINGS I was very excited to give this a read. I really enjoyed this story. The writing was strong and the plotting was capable. It moved at a fairly fast clip and it left us hanging at just the proper moment in time. Norman Crane does a fine job of spinning a fast and exciting cross-genre yarn. I had to quibble over the choice of armament for one character - Kaspar - who wields a weapon that sounds like a cross between a musical harp and a bow. While there is such a thing as a "bow-harp" they were - as far as I know, never meant to serve as a weapon. I talked with a few archers and none of us could visualize how such a device would work. Still, if you are a fan of adventure fantasy and if you dig the TV series VIKINGS you will REALLY want to pick a copy of GOBLINS & VIKINGS IN AMERICA today. yours in storytelling, Steve Vernon

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