Signy Kráka - Part One: A story of völva magic and survival in Viking Scandinavia by NH Kerr

Signy Kráka - Part One: A story of völva magic and survival in Viking Scandinavia

byNH Kerr

Kobo ebook | February 25, 2017

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The Norns know you better than you know yourself !

A girl with mystical dreams finds herself ripped from the life she knows. Now all she wants is to find a way home - or so she thinks. The Norns (the goddesses of fate in Norse mythology) know better. They want her to stop hiding her own strength. And they use every choice she makes to bring her closer to knowing herself.

A story of völva magic, fortitude, friends and foes, survival and betrayal, Signy Kráka is historical fiction with a twist of Norse mysticism and will also appeal to fantasy fans.

It is the year 829 CE, Signy has lived a secluded life in a tiny hamlet on one of the isles in Southern Denmark and knows the outside world only from stories. Events take her to the bustling market town Birka, a vastly different place, and to a new life in the household of the town völva, a Norse shamanic healer and witch.

Written with attention to historical detail and sweeping imagination, this atmospheric story transports the reader into the culture and beliefs of Viking-Age Scandinavia.

Signy Kráka is a novel told in three parts. This book is part one and contains 30 chapters.

Praise from readers:
“Great storytelling!”
“Very vivid and realistic.”
“Wonderful. I loved every chapter.”
“Your story is one of my favorites.”
“I can't wait to see what happens next!!”

Dive into a deep and different world. Buy this book now and start reading Signy Kráka.

Title:Signy Kráka - Part One: A story of völva magic and survival in Viking ScandinaviaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 25, 2017Publisher:NH KerrLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990052651965

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