Wednesday is Odin’s day or what I want Wednesday: People of the Songtrail: A Novel of North America’s Forgotten Past by Kathleen O’Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear.

Wednesday is Odin’s day or what I want Wednesday (WIWW). I will spotlight some new release books that are coming out that I really want.

This week I want to spotlight People of the Songtrail: A Novel of North America’s Forgotten Past by Kathleen O’Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear. I really want to read this book. This book looks fantastic and everything I have read about it seems fascinating, and VIKINGS! I think I have finally been able to secure a review copy for this book. So as soon as I can, I will be reading and reviewing this book.

This book is out NOW from Tor books.

About the book:

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People of the Songtrail   (BUY here)

  • Series: North America’s Forgotten Past
  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Tor Books; First Edition edition (May 26, 2015)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0765337258
  • ISBN-13: 978-0765337252

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling authors Kathleen O’Neal Gear and W. Michael Gear comes an epic story of the first contact between Native Americans and Vikings. On the shores of what is now northeastern Canada, a small group of intrepid settlers have landed, seeking freedom to worship and prosper far from the religious strife and political upheaval that plague a war-ridden Europe . . .500 years before Columbus set sail.While it has long been known that Viking ships explored the American coast, recent archaeological evidence suggests a far more vast and permanent settlement. It is from this evidence that archaeologists and early American history experts Kathy and Michael Gear weave their extraordinary tale.Based on recent archaeological discoveries, People of the Songtrail is the saga of the first European settlers to land on the shores of the new world. It is a story, like so many in America’s history, of the swift and violent clash of cultures, and extraordinary men and women on both sides who are brave enough to work for the fragile hope of peace. A story that has remained untold, until now.

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