To celebrate the release of The Whale Road Chronicles in paperback, I’m pleased to be able to offer one lucky (UK) reader a FREE copy of the paperback of Odin’s Game (direct from the publisher).
Click here to enter, via Rafflecopter.
Here’s the rules:
- follow @AriesFiction on Twitter (you can follow me as well if you like – but it’s not a necessity @coloursofunison)
- no giveaway accounts
- UK only
- 1 winner gets 1 paperback copy of Odin’s Game
- Competition runs from 05.10.21 to 10.10.21
Once the giveaway finishes I will announce the winner on Twitter and get in touch to let you know how to claim your prize.
Good luck everyone!
If you’ve not heard of The Whale Road Chronicles, check out the blurb here:
Not everyone will survive, but who will conquer all in Odin’s game?
AD 915 In the Orkney Isles, a young woman flees her home to save the life of her unborn child. Eighteen years later, a witch foretells that evil from her past is reaching out again to threaten her son. Outlawed from his home in Iceland,
Einar Unnsson is thrown on the mercy of his Uncle, the infamous Jarl Thorfinn ‘Skull Cleaver’ of Orkney. He joins forces with a Norse-Irish princess and a company of wolfskin clad warriors to become a player in a deadly game for control of the Irish sea, where warriors are the pawns of kings and Jarls and the powerful are themselves mere game pieces on the tafl board of the Gods. Together they embark on a quest where Einar must fight unimaginable foes, forge new friendships, and discover what it truly means to be a warrior. As the clouds of war gather, betrayal follows betrayal and Einar realises the only person he can really trust is himself.
Odin’s Game is the first book of The Whale Road Chronicles. The first 4 books are available now.
About the Author:
Tim Hodkinson grew up in Northern Ireland where the rugged coast and call of the Atlantic ocean led to a lifelong fascination with Vikings and a degree in Medieval English and Old Norse Literature. Tim’s more recent writing heroes include Ben Kane, Giles Kristian, Bernard Cornwell, George R.R. Martin and Lee Child. After several years in the USA, Tim has returned to Northern Ireland, where he lives with his wife and children.
To give you an idea of what you can expect from the books, here’s a photo of Birsay, Orkney that I took last week on holiday! If you read the books you’ll find out why it’s so relevant:)