Monday, February 1, 2016
The Line of His People by C. J. Adrien
Dear Gentle Readers.
If you've never read any of C.J. Adrien's books and you like reading about the Viking era, then you're in for a treat!. Christophe brings Viking and historical fiction to life like no other. His attention to detail, knowledge of history and his ability to tell a warm, exciting tale makes his books come alive.
This is from The Line of His People:
France, 799 A.D.
Northmen sacked the monastery at dawn before anyone had awakened. They burned the village and slaughtered all who stood in their path. The relics of Saint Philbert were lost and the island was abandoned by those who once dwelled there.
Sixteen years later, a monk named Abriel who had survived the attack as a boy is sent to recover the relics to help restore the reputation and legitimacy of Saint Philbert. What he discovers on his journey changes his life forever.
Northmen had colonized the island in the absence of the monks. They hold the key to finding the relics, but they have greater plans for Abriel, plans that will take him to the North to find his destiny.
The Line of His People is a Viking Age Historical Fiction novel written for Young Adults.