Return to the universe of Ragnarok - an epic space opera that pulls together ancient history, the dark events of the twentieth century and the far future. A perfect book for fans of Peter F. Hamilton and Alastair Reynolds.
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Return to the universe of Ragnarok - an epic space opera that pulls together ancient history, the dark events of the twentieth century and a remarkable vision of the far-flung future.
Following the devastating battle to protect his home planet, the young post-human Pilot Roger is slowly recuperating. The death of his parents in a heroic battle has left him alone in the universe - apart from his own ship, left by his father, secret from the rest of the galaxy, slowly coming to maturity in a hidden location. They will be bonded for life, in a symbiotic relationship that will change everything - but only if Roger can survive the enemies arrayed against him, enemies that only he can identify.
In Twentieth century Europe, between the wars, Gavriela continues to study, to learn and to teach. But she too sees the darkness around her, and as the drums of the Third Reich get louder, she must flee to England. Recruited by the secret services and sent to Bletchley Park, she will have a chance to affect the outcome of the war. Her ability to sense the darkness in a person will prove vital to the war effort. But the true conflict remains beyond her imagination.
In 8th century Norseland, a young man has encountered evil more than once, and may not be immune to its taint. His enemy remains one step ahead, blessed by luck or something more, shrouded in shadow that only Ulfr can see. But no-one can escape the wolf for long.
These three are not the only ones who can sense the darkness. Other creatures from other planets seem to share their dreams, and there is one who knows more than should be possible. The Ragnarok Council is beginning to form, and will fight the darkness throughout time and space...
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