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Once a Valkyrja (Book 1)

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In a post-apocalyptic world where humans are a rarity of by-gone years and the monsters we once thought nothing but legends are the majority, Pruðr, the foster-daughter of Munn and Lyna, is not so different from the other villagers, if you overlook her ability to see the dead and her strange ways. It doesn’t help when the Norns mark her as one of the legendary Valkyrja and ...more
ebook, 222 pages
Published December 14th 2011 by Ruis Publishing
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Alas this book is no longer published as the author has said that she is going to republished it as a single book instead of a trilogy so now I must wait, but it was another great read!
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Stephannie Beman has been a storyteller since the moment she first learned to speak, an avid reader since before she could really read, a writer since she penned her first story, and a daydreamer on a mission. For her, fables have always been alive, fairy tales have lessons to teach, and myths are survivors of bygone years in need of an update.

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