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Iron Song (The Nephilim Chronicles Book 2)

Iron Song (The Nephilim Chronicles Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Travis Ludvigson

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Soren Gormson is a Danish warrior who craves battle and fears nothing, so he joins a campaign to raid the land of Frankia. But during an assault on the island city of Paris, his whole world is turned upside down. A mysterious warrior reveals that he must turn from his family, his clan and his gods to join in a quest that will pit him against evil, nightmarish creatures that exist for only one reason: to kill.

Iron Song delves deep into the brutal life of the Danish warriors and the bloody path they carved as they fought for glory and riches in foreign lands. The story contains intense close quarters battles, Norse Gods, Nephilim, Demons and a pair of ferocious Hellhounds. If you like swordplay, Norse warriors and monsters, you will love Iron Song.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 689 KB
  • Print Length: 546 pages
  • Publisher: Warrior Poet Publications; 1 edition (11 Nov 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,043,883 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Blend: Action, Supernatural, Theological, Inspiring 8 Dec 2013
By Joshua Koepp - Published on
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I greatly enjoyed getting to know the characters in this book and hearing more of the unfolding supernatural story of the Nephilim Chronicles. I'm not a literary critic, so the occasional typo and sometimes unorthodox pacing were not big deals for me. More important for me were the incredibly realistic fight scenes, insights into Norse warrior culture and theology, visionary perspectives on Christian theology and the authors unique ideas about a theology that encompasses and transcends cultural theologies. All of this packaged in an engaging story that I enjoyed. Finally, I also found that this story inspired me to be a warrior in my own way against the evil that I have been called to battle in this world.
4.0 out of 5 stars Book Review: Iron Song (The Nephilim Chronicles) by Travis Ludvigson 16 Jun 2014
By JPWilder - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
This book is a historical fantasy story that brings to mind the epic Beowulf, or the earlier Norse and Danish heroes like Scyld and and Bodvar Bjarki (not that I am in any sense an expert on these things, only having read them on a very limited basis). It has the feel of an epic fantasy with an overall structure that is familiar in these types of tales.

The book is set in Denmark during the Viking age, when the Danes undertook raids throughout Christian Europe. It is infused with Norse mythology and magic (something that I have neglected during my reading of fantasy fiction, history and mythology—and, I must say something in which the author has sparked my interest).

The book is filled with action from the very beginning. And the author is very good at bringing the reader into it with great detail and wonderful description.

The main character, Soren, develops through the story from a young man into an accomplished warrior, blessed with the strength of the legendary berserkers. His character is fun to read and root for as he grows throughout the book in power and in wisdom.

What I like most is the historical feel to this book. Despite the magic and mythology, or perhaps because of it, it undoubtedly has the feel of good historical fiction. I recommend this book to anyone that enjoys character driven fiction, non-stop action, and wants to learn a little bit about the Danes.
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Viking Historical Fantasy 30 May 2014
By Robroy A. Mccandless - Published on
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Travis Ludvigson's "Iron Song (The Nephilim Chronicles)" is a compelling story, with engaging characters that create an enjoyable, page-turning experience. Even if you're not familiar with the Viking Siege of Paris in 885, Ludvigson provides the right balance of historical narrative and first person account to clarify the events.

Ludvigson's historical fantasy revolves around a Danish warrior Soren Gormson, an unabashed warrior and "berserker" in the classic sense. When Soren, as a young man, finds himself washed ashore in enemy territory, he finds within himself the very spirit of the feared Danish warriors.

Even in the late 9th Century, life was not simple. Soren's skill as a warrior earn him the favor of his adopted father and Jarl, Gorm, but the enmity of his adopted brother Knudt. In addition, Soren, who earns the literal favor of Odin, the All Father, finds himself enmeshed in a battle with the Christians, whose faith seems unshakable. These layers of storytelling, leading up to the historical events of the Second Siege of Paris were highly reminiscent of Bernard Cornwell's Saxon Stories, in a very good way. Readers may find some of the earlier, unexplained events, puzzling. Even when the fantasy elements are introduced, these aren't fully resolved, although they will make more sense in retrospect. That shouldn't deter anyone from reading.

Ludvigson has the ability to create a pacing and flow in "Iron Song (The Nephilim Chronicles)" that will engage most readers. He brings to life Soren's story and provides interesting twists and turns, weaving together historical and fantasy genres in a near seamless tapestry.
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