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The Ravenglass Fragment I: The Dream of the Rood

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It is the Dark Ages and the poet-monk Cynewulf travels alone, seeking answers to questions about his own faith and mortality. In the wilds of Northumbria he encounters horrors seemingly risen from the depths of hell, but is rescued by Arngrim, a mysterious Norseman with secrets of his own. Together, monk and warrior must confront the source of the horror -- a mad sorcerer ...more
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Published September 18th 2016 by Smashwords Edition
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Dawn
Apr 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I picked up a free copy of this book from InstaFreebie.
Fast-paced, entertaining, enjoyable - this is pretty much everything you could want from a quick read.
There are some problems with the book - double words, typos, etc.
I'll add more to this review when I've read more of the series.

I've now read books 1 to 5. Waiting on book 6...
I'm not disappointed with the series as the pace stays fast and the story is engaging throughout the books.
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I started writing in the iron age of roleplaying games, back in about 1986, writing material for FASA's Battletech before moving on to other products like Shadowrun, Bard Games' Talislanta, and TSR's second edition of Dungeons and Dragons. More recently I've done product development for White Wolf/Sword and Sorcery Studios' Scarred Lands setting and for Frog God Games. My new supernatural thriller ...more