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Snorri Kristjansson

Snorri Kristjansson is an Icelandic teacher and writer with a background in acting, music and stand-up comedy. Path of Gods, the final installment of his three-part Valhalla Saga, was published in 2016. He lives in Edinburgh with his wife, children's author Morag Hood.

"Swords of Good Men is a fabulous debut and a gripping read, which I enjoyed so much I found myself putting off reading the final pages because I didn’t want it to end. More please!"
Mieneke van der Salm, www.afantasticallibrarian.com
" I was gripped from beginning to end, it feels like Kristjansson has been producing books like this for years. I’m a little bit in awe, but rest assured I’ll be keeping an eye out for this author’s next novel."
Pablocheesecake, www.theeloquentpage.co.uk

Swords of Good Men: The Valhalla Saga Book I

Historical Fantasy
Jo Fletcher Books
Rebis
Palmies
Worldwide
Poland
Spain
2014
2014
2014
The year is 996 AD. The armies of King Olav Tryggvason march from the east of Norway to unite the country and turn it to Christianity by any means necessary.

Blood Will Follow: The Valhalla Saga Book II

Historical Fantasy
Jo Fletcher Books
Worldwide
2015

Ulfar Thormodsson and Audun Arngrimsson survived the battle for Stenvik, although at huge cost. They have suffered much worse than heartbreak; they have lost the very thing that made them human: their mortality.

While Ulfar heads home, looking for the place where he thinks he will be safe, Audun runs south. But both men are about to discover that they cannot run away from themselves. For King Olav has left the conquered town of Stenvik in the hands of his lieutenant so he can journey north, following Valgard in the search for the source of the Vikings' power.

And all the while older beings watch and wait, biding their time. There are secrets yet to be discovered…

Path of Gods: The Valhalla Saga Book III

Historical Fantasy
Jo Fletcher Books
Worldwide
2016

Reunited, Audun and Ulfar have a new sense of purpose: to ensure that the North remains in the hands of those who hold with the old gods. To do this, they must defeat the people who seek to destroy all they have ever known with the new White Christ. But these are powerful enemies and if they have any chance of victory, they must find equally powerful allies.

In Trondheim, King Olav, self-appointed champion of the White Christ, finds that keeping the peace is a much harder test of his faith than winning the war. With his garrison halved and local chieftains at his table who wish him nothing but ill, the king must decide how and where to spread the word of his god.

And in the North, touched by the trickster god, something old, malevolent and very, very angry stirs…