The Viking king is killed and his widow is called to suggest to the council a worthy successor, able to win the raging war.
Torn between her feelings and her duty to choose the best for her people, she decides to seek the divine guidance and goes to see the rune caster.
But the message of the Gods is weird beyond belief: it says that the only person who can win the war is but a boy, the youngest of her twin sons, Hrafn.
The rune caster’s predictions have never failed yet, and suddenly the queen has another problem to worry about – the second part of the prophecy promises the boy something much more dreadful than death on the battle field…
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Well, for me writing in this genre is most exciting, and that’s the main difference 😉
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Write for yourself; it works so much better than if you try to adapt your book to any targeted audiences.
I am a dreamer and a restless traveler obsessed with Harry Potter and Irish dancing.
In between working in a theater and eating too much sweets, I write songs, poetry and fantasy books.
I love forest, long walks, especially on the beach, and reading while having a good cup of tea.
I hate strong smelly cheeses and waking up early.
I got the idea from a couple of secondary school real life stories and from the ancient legend, part of which is in the preface of my book.