The Sea Dragon (Bjornssaga, Book 1)

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"A truly wonderful book...a must read for fans of epic fantasy."

Bjorn Guthbrandr, a Hand of the Allfather, has been caught up in a quest spawned in the distant past. With his companion, the sea-dragon Salimankerias, he must travel to the frozen northlands, confront an ancient evil, and save his homeland, his companions, and the world itself from a fate wrought of ice and darkness. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 169,230
Language: English
ISBN: 9780988065352
About D. Alexander Neill

D. Alexander Neill is the nom-de-plume of Donald A. Neill. A retired Army officer and strategic analyst, Don is a graduate of the Royal Military College of Canada (D.E.C. 1986 and BA 1989), the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (MA 1991), and the University of Kent at Canterbury (Ph.D. 2006). He began writing fiction as a creative outlet in Grade 6, managing to overcome devastating reviews of his first novel, which he wrote in 2H pencil in seven taped-together college-ruled notebooks. He initially chose the fantasy genre because he was sucked into it at the age of 11 by the irresistible double sucker-punch of The Hobbit and Star Wars, never managed to escape, and eventually gave up trying. He intends to branch out into other fictional fields of endeavour, but will always return to Anuru, where – Allfather willing – there will always be at least one more story waiting to be told.

Don has been married for 20 years to a Valkyrie, and has two children, both of whom resemble her in temperament and, fortunately, looks.

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Review by: Mark Marsh on Sep. 19, 2012 :
A truly wonderful book and my favorite in the series so far. I like it even better than the Kaunovalta series wich was excellent as well. Very detailed mythology and character development with a very engaging story. A must read for fans of epic fantasy.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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