RAVEN'S FEAST

Mr Schumacher has used what little we know and filled in the rather huge gaps quite plausibly, delivering an exciting read about a very young king attempting to hold on to a kingdom cracking wide open.
— Historical Novel Society

The young Viking king, Hakon Haraldsson, returns in Raven’s Feast, the riveting sequel to God’s Hammer.

It is 935 A.D. and Hakon has just wrested the High Seat of the North from his ruthless brother, Erik Bloodaxe. Now he must fight to keep it. The land-hungry Danes are pressing from the south to test Hakon before he can solidify his rule. In the east, the Uplanders are making their own plans to seize the throne. It does not help that Hakon is committed to his dream of Christianizing his people – a dream his countrymen do not share and will fight to resist.

As his enemies move in and his realm begins to crumble, Hakon and his band of oath-sworn warriors must make a stand in the story’s deadly, but inevitable, conclusion.

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Be ready to lose many hours of sleep as this book leaves no space for you to relax and put the book down.
— Dads & Dragons
Eric Schumacher has done it again. He has given us a story that practically screams realism.

If you love Vikings, then this series should be on your to read list.
— Mary Anne Yarde, author of the International Bestselling series -- The Du Lac Chronicles

The level of writing is of such a high professional caliber, it’s better written than just about every best seller I’ve ever read.
— Diana Rubino, author of A Necessary End, Sharing Hamilton, and others
Another Schumacher hit! For any reader who enjoys a thoroughly grand historical novel, Raven’s Feast is a must read.
— Preston Holtry, author of the Arrius Trilogy and the Morgan Westphal period mystery series
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to Mr. Schumacher’s future work with anticipation.
— C. J. Adrien, author of the Kindred of the Sea series