An axe age, a sword age, a wind age, a wolf age. Shields shall be cloven…
The Devourer of Gods weaves the tapestry of an alternate Viking North America soaked in blood and magic. Pagans and Christians clash with ship and shield-wall, unaware of the supernatural menace that hungers for them. When his son departs on a doomed raid against the natives, the Norse chieftain Jörund must confront the seeress Gudhrun Grimswidow and the sorcerous allies he once betrayed. In the city of St Brendan, the Marklander woman Maria-Abit finds conspiracy and mystery in the court of her king. Can they uncover and defeat the Devourer of Gods?
Thomas de Mayo studies medieval European religion. He received his PhD from the University of Arizona in 2006 and is currently Associate Professor of History at J Sargeant Reynolds Community College in Richmond, Virginia. He lives in the Tidewater region with his wife and daughter. He has always liked the Viking sagas, so he decided to write his own.
Published by Bagwyn Books.