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In Viking Age Iceland where boys are expected to grow into strong farmers and skilled warriors there is little place for a sickly twelve year old boy like Kol until he catches the eye of a seið woman a sorceress and becomes her apprentice Kol travels to the sorceress’s home where her grandson Thorbrand takes Kol under h. Seidman by James Erich is a wonderful read I think it takes a writer with special talents to be able to transport his reader to another continent another age to another civilization and make it seem real and honest and true to life This book should be rated with some of the greats in the historical genre for it s as good as any of them and better than a lot The writing was impeccable the plotting solid and the characters were as alive an any characters I ve ever read This glimpse into Viking Age Iceland was fascinating And the journey of young Kol in his uest to become a shaman for his people was well drawn and totally believable As was his love for young Thorbrand I feared throughout the book there would be no happy ending for these two young lovers but there was which allowed me to close the book at the e

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Seidman author James Erich

Is wing Before long Kol discovers something else about himself that is different something else that sets him apart as unmanly Kol has fallen in love with another boyBut the world is changing in ways that threaten those who practice the ancient arts As Kol’s new life takes him across the Norse lands he finds that a new r. This story is very compelling I was hooked from the very first page The book is written from Kol s point of view I thought the author did a good job keeping the overall historical timeline for the Viking era and seamlessly integrated family culture the settings the characters lives on the farms and religion without the reader feeling like they were reading a history book A lot of research seems to have gone into it and it felt authentic I like how the author portrayed the characters including the secondary ones I like Kol s voice but sometimes I felt he was a bit immature At times I wanted him to be a in control of things Also the book dragged a bit for me during Kol s time in Norway it was hard to keep track of all the spirits and other things he was learning during his training I was relieved when that w

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Eligion is sweeping through them and King Olaf Tryggvason is hunting down and executing sorcerers When a decades old feud forces Thorbrand to choose between Kol and his duty to his kinsman Kol finds himself cast adrift with only the cryptic messages of an ancient goddess to guide him to his destiny and possibly to his deat. Also posted at Chaos Reads The YA Fiction Forum James Erich is definitely one of my favorite authors in the YA LGBT genre of writingI tentatively read his other trilogy Dreams of Fire Gods just last month and i was a bit apprehensive simply because I usually dislike Fantasy books or books from other time periods as the language and slang is hard for me to wrap my mind around I fell in love with the trilogyDONEGH FTW3 and I became a fan of his so it was only obvious to me that I d read from himSeidman is uite different from DREAMS and it did sort of reintroduce some difficulties i had with Fantasy books and books that are form other time periods But I also love this book1 Plot WritingThese Characters introduced in this book are absolutely amazing Kol is such a sweet boy with an amazing soul and heart and Th


10 thoughts on “Seidman author James Erich

  1. says:

    One of the biggest strengths of this young adult historicalparanormal story is the authenticity of the unusual setting the life of a gay boy growing to manhood in Viking Iceland Kol is gifted with magical abilities which lead to his apprenticeship to a local seið woman — a sorceress This gets him away from the rough l

  2. says:

    This was a great YA title for a lot of reasons1 It isn't simplistic and it doesn't talk down to younger readers the way some YA titles do Nothing pisses me off worse than when I read a book and I feel like the au

  3. says:

    Seidman by James Erich is a wonderful read I think it takes a writer with special talents to be able to transport his reader to another continent another age to another civilization and make it seem real and honest and true to life This book should be rated with some of the greats in the historical genre for it's as good as any of them and better than a lot The writing was impeccable the plotting solid and the character

  4. says:

    This story is very compelling I was hooked from the very first page The book is written from Kol's point of view I thought the author did a good job keeping the overall historical timeline for the Viking era and seamlessly integrated family culture the settings the characters' lives on the farms and religion without the reader feeling like they were reading a history book A lot of research seems to have gone

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    Free until 525 EST 82013 Go pick it up

  6. says:

    A young adult novel stars Kol a young man in Iceland in 994 AD not far off the voyage Leif Erickson made to what we now call the Maritime Provinces in North America He lives on a typical Icelandic sheep farm with his brother mother and a father who disparages him as weak because he is subject to seizures at odd times When the sorc

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    This falls as a middle

  8. says:

    I have to admit that when I saw this novel and read the name I thought I was in for a very boring book But after reading the first pages I knew

  9. says:

    Also posted at Chaos Reads The YA Fiction Forum James Erich is definitely one of my favorite authors in the YA LGBT genre of writingI tentatively read his other trilogy Dreams of Fire Gods just last month and i was a bit apprehensive simply because I usually dislike Fantasy books or books from other time periods as the language and slang is hard for me to wrap my mind around I fell in love with the trilogyDONEGH FTW3 a

  10. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book It's suitable as an introduction to the subject but also for someone like me who has spent time studyi

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