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    Raw and haunting Viking saga

    God's Daughter by Heather Day Gilbert is an amazing historical tale. Tenth century Viking history is a little-known world to this reader and I imagine to many others as well. Gilbert does a fantastic job, giving readers a seemingly realistic view of the Viking world. Characters that are strong and yet have the same feelings and failings as folks centuries hence. Compelling adventures of a people who need to rely on community and cunning to survive. Powerful messages of the weakness of the human soul and the hope that faith in God alone can bring. Vivid, detailed descriptions of a harsh and hostile life softened by the love of family and God. The audio version is narrated by Becky Doughty, who does a great job of narration. Having captured the essence of the various characters she gives them a voice of their own. God's Daughter is a fascinating, forcefully dynamic book that should not be missed. I was given an audio copy of the book by the author in exchange for an honest review.
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    Fascinating!

    This was an excellent historical Vikings novel. I love Vikings, anyway, but Heather Gilbert has written a very compelling novel about the first Christian Viking woman to come to the New World. It is very, very good. I recommend it.
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