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|Publsiher||: Castle Point Books|
|Total Pages||: 192|
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From the author of I Find You In the Darkness, a brand-new book of poetry celebrating strong women and the men they crave I never needed a Man. I needed a Viking. I needed someone who wasn't afraid of my strengths or of my needs. I chose wrong in the past.... Beloved contemporary poet Alfa is back with a brand-new collection of more than 180 heartfelt poems on the theme of woman warriors and the masculine heroes they long for. In gorgeous, compelling, and intimate prose, I Needed a Viking takes us on an emotional journey of a woman searching for strength in the midst of a storm.
|Author||: Zoe York|
|Publsiher||: Zoe York|
|Total Pages||: 107|
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Viking monk Bjorn Önnuson has chosen a life of celibacy and prayer on a remote corner of planet Midgard. Solitude is preferable to the excesses of the capital city, but when hedonistic dragon rider Britt Andersdatter flies into his life, being alone no longer makes sense.
|Author||: Skye MacKinnon|
|Publsiher||: Peryton Press|
|Total Pages||: 60|
Download Seducing Her Vikings Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
There were four men in my mind. Two in the past, two in the present. How was a girl supposed to think like that? Being stuck in the past is the least of Lainie's worries. Hjalmar is missing, lost in time, and there's no way she can bring him back on her own. To survive the harsh reality of Viking life, she'll have to make new friends... but what if some of them want to be more than just friends? A time travel reverse harem full of action, intrigue and hot Vikings. Part of the Time Travel Academy world. This is a serial split into five episodes, perfect for sweetening your lunch break or as a quickie before bedtime. Episodes will be released every two weeks. Search terms: reverse harem romance, academy romance, college, university, menage, Viking, Norse, London, Britain, UK, English, time travel, futuristic, science fiction romance, love, new adult, mfmm, serial, teacher, professor, mystery, library, mission, steamy, polyamorous, runes, Old Norse, Norsemen, alpha male, adventure, action, historical, coming of age.
|Author||: Isaac Kerry|
|Total Pages||: 49|
|Genre||: Juvenile Nonfiction|
Download Science on Viking Expeditions Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Vikings were fierce warriors who sailed the seas looking for new lands. They were expert sailors and shipbuilders. Find out the science behind their explorations, shipbuilding, and daily life. Discover how modern technology is being used to discover more about the lives of Vikings and their expeditions.
|Author||: H. Beam Piper|
|Total Pages||: 177|
Download Space Viking Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Ten thousand refugees from the losing side of The Big War fled far beyond the boundaries of the Terran Federation and colonized the planet Excalibur. They had also expanded to a handful of Sword Worlds. On the Sword World Gram, Lucas Trask, Baron of Traskon, is about to marry Elaine Karvall, whose father owns the Karvall steel mills. In addition to being a political alliance, it is also a love match. But Andray Dunnan, the insane nephew of Duke Angus of Wardshaven, is under the delusion that Elaine loves him and is being forced into the marriage. When she tries to correct him, his anger boils over. He crashes the wedding ceremony, kills her and seriously wounds Trask, before stealing the Duke's newly built starship, the Enterprise, and escaping.
|Author||: Joanna Fulford|
|Publsiher||: HarperCollins UK|
|Total Pages||: 368|
Download The Viking s Defiant Bride Mills Boon Historical Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Beautiful and courageous, the Lady Elgiva is as great a prize as the land the Viking conqueror now controls. Earl Wulfrum has taken her home, and now he will take her—as his unwilling bride. Wulfrum is a legendary warrior, but the strong-willed Elgiva proves the greatest challenge he has ever faced.
|Author||: G. A. Henty|
|Total Pages||: 198|
Download The Dragon and the Raven Viking Novel Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The Dragon and The Raven is a tale of England before it was England, back in the days when the Saxons were dealing with the raiding Vikings during the 9th century. The story follows young Edmund who is forced, at only fourteen years of age, to become a warrior and defend his land. Edmund becomes a member of a crew on the ship called The Dragon and they bravely fight several battles with Vikings, with Edmund going through numerous perilous adventures in the process of fighting the Norsemen off, including being captured and having an odd romance with the daughter of the enemy.
|Author||: David James Smith|
|Total Pages||: 314|
Download Only Heathen Vikings Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A story of Heathen Vikings enabling Cinaed (or Kenneth) MacAlpin take over Christian Scotland. Cattan, warrior priest and Chief of the Clan Chattan, converted the ambitious, Kenneth of Dal Riada and became his personal advisor. Follow James who became the caretaker Chief, forming alliances against the greater threat of raiding Vikings, by a circumnavigation of mainland Britain noting changes of the time and developing tactics to fight back. The Chattan Fleet's reputation was such, that neither Dane nor Norse wished to take them on, so they went after soft targets, sometimes as paid mercenaries to regain lost lands. Once Vikings settled in the northern isles, Man, and Dublin, they took possession of the east of Angleland that became England, and the west of Alba that became Scotland. Tribal identity became mixed as the kingdoms united but, the people still retained symbols of their ancient origins displayed on local banners, as they rallied to the nearest, strongest, High King's own standard.
|Author||: Justin Pollard|
|Publsiher||: Chronicle Books|
|Total Pages||: 255|
|Genre||: Performing Arts|
Download The World of Vikings Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The official companion book to the first three seasons of the hit History Channel show inspired by a legendary Viking warrior. MGM’s hit show Vikings on the History Channel has drawn millions of viewers into the fascinating and bloody world of legendary Norse hero Ragnar Lothbrok, who led Viking warriors to the British Isles and France. Covering the first three seasons of the series, this official companion book delves into the real history as well as the behind-the-scenes stories. Viking historian Justin Pollard explains shipbuilding and navigation, Norse culture and religion, and the first encounters between Viking warriors and the kings of England and France. Interviews with cast and crew reveal the process of dramatizing this gripping story, from reviving the Old Norse language to choreographing battle scenes and building ancient temples for human sacrifice. This ebook is a must for fans of the show and history buffs alike. VIKINGS © 2015 TM Prods Ltd/T5 Vikings Prods Inc. VIKINGSTM TM Prods Ltd. Praise for The World of Vikings “A gorgeous companion book to the hit series . . . The World of Vikings is an excellent piece for the avid Vikings fan. I highly recommend it.” —Geeks of Doom “This is a whole new way of learning about Vikings. This book is full of the legends and the lifestyle, with pictures to boot. It is a great read for any proud Scandinavian.” —Grand Forks Herald
|Author||: Graham-Campbell James Graham-Campbell|
|Publsiher||: Edinburgh University Press|
|Total Pages||: 288|
|Genre||: Electronic books|
Download Vikings in Scotland Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book provides a full overview of the archaeology of the Vikings in Scotland, incorporating many results from the recent period of intense fieldwork and excavation. This work has necessitated a thorough re-appraisal of our knowledge of the process, nature and extent of Scandinavian settlement in Scotland. Concentrating on the Viking and Late Norse periods which span the eight to thirteenth centuries in northern and western Scotland, the chronological range allows for the Norse impact to be placed in its wider context, commencing with the native background. The scope of the book will enable Scotland, archaeologically one of the best documented areas of the Viking world, to be placed in the overall context of the period in Europe. Fully illustrated with over ninety photographs, figures and distribution maps, this book will be accessible to students and teachers of the Viking Age, and the archaeology and history of Scotland, as well as to the general reader.* First survey of Viking Archaeology in over 50 years* Written by two Viking experts
|Author||: Frank Clements|
|Publsiher||: Trafford Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 440|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
Download A Bike Ride Through My Life Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A Bike Ride through My Life chronicles the life of author Frank Clements with bicyclesfollowing the twists and turns that his life has taken in pursuit of his passion for riding. Clements is the younger brother of Ernie Clements, winner of several British Cycling Championships and a Silver Medal in the 1948 Olympic Games Bicycle Race. Despite his love of cycling, he first chose to join National Service in the RAF to establish a unique place for himselfand spent virtually all of his final twelve months of service riding a bike. After his tour of duty ended, he began training to become the best cyclist in the world, his lifes ambition since his success as a potential world class cyclist as a teen. Clements has had many ups and downs in his cycling life. At a young age, he came in second in the British under-eighteen championships and just missed being a member of the British Olympic Cycling team for the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne, Australia. He also designed, built, and loaned five special Cross country bikes to Roger Hammond and he won the Worlds Cyclo Cross Championship with them. This memoir follows Clements from youth to retirement, offering a fascinating trip through an amazing life.
|Author||: Gabriele Esposito|
|Publsiher||: Pen and Sword Military|
|Total Pages||: 176|
Download Armies of the Vikings AD 793 1066 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Viking warriors were feared by their contemporaries and their ferocious reputation has survived down to the present day. This book covers the military history of the Vikings from their early raiding to the final failure of their expansionist ambitions directed against England. In that period Viking warbands and increasingly large armies had left their Scandinavian homelands to range across vast regions, including the whole of Northern Europe and beyond, even reaching North America. The British Isles were terrorized for two centuries and at times largely conquered, in Normandy, Russia and elsewhere they also settled and founded states. Tough, skilled and resourceful, with a culture that embraced the pursuit of immortal fame and a heroic death in battle, their renown as warriors was second to none. As far afield as Constantinople, the Byzantine emperors employed them as their elite Varangian Guard. Gabriele Esposito outlines the history of their campaigns and battles and examines in detail their strategy, tactics, weapons, armour and clothing. The subject is brought to life by dozens of color photographs of replica equipment in use.
|Author||: Robin Cross|
|Publsiher||: Hachette UK|
|Total Pages||: 208|
Download 50 Events You Really Need to Know History of War Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Human history - from the empires of the ancient world to the superpowers of the 21st century - has been inextricably shaped by conflict and the weapons that have been used to wage it. The technologies that have produced advanced civilizations have also been harnessed to the grim business of warfare. This short history, stretching from the chariot to the Stuxnet virus which disabled Iran's nuclear enrichment programme in 2007, charts some of the most significant weapons, fortifications and tactics that have been developed in the last 2,500 years. It is a scintillating introduction to the world's most enduring phenomenon. The 50 events include: The Egyptian New Kingdom; Heavy infantry tactics; Grand strategy of Alexander the Great; Naval warfare; Legion versus phalanx; The army on the march; Roman siegecraft; Kingship and command; Cavalry and castles; The age of chivalry; The changing battlefield; Siege trains and siegecraft; The age of Vauban; The age of Frederick the Great; The Seven Years' War; Colonial conflict; Napoleon, tactics and grand strategy; Nelson and naval tactics; The rise of the Dreadnought; Steam and steel; Firepower; Mobilization; Trench warfare; Air warfare; The Manhattan Project and Cyberwar.