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Author:Magnus Hansen [Hansen, Magnus]

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Published: 2015-11-01T07:00:00+00:00

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Valley of the Viking (V for Viking Saga) by Magnus Hansen

“I would think that someone like you, who was recently perforated by a half-dozen arrows, would appreciate a good bow.”

Modoc gruffly shook his head. “Silly – weapon.”

“Really? And what if we run into a dozen barbarians with bows, and all you have are your stupid axes?” asked Randulf.

 

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Author:Magnus Hansen [Hansen, Magnus] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Magnus Hansen [Hansen, Magnus]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Magnus Hansen

Published: 2015-11-01T07:00:00+00:00
“I would think that someone like you, who was recently perforated by a half-dozen arrows, would appreciate a good bow.”

Modoc gruffly shook his head. “Silly – weapon.”

“Really? And what if we run into a dozen barbarians with bows, and all you have are your stupid axes?” asked Randulf.

A wolfish grin was Modoc’s only reply. Randulf left it at that. He knew the barbarian wasn’t just posturing – he had seen the devastation of those axes before. They were almost at the north gate. Randulf briefly spoke with the guardsman and stated his business.

With a curt nod, the guardsman said, “We’ll cover you as much as we can, but understand this – we see lots of movement just beyond the treeline. While the barbarians haven’t amassed themselves here, like the south gate, there’s still plenty of them to worry about.”

Randulf nodded. He was beginning to wish he really had an escape tunnel. But the valley was far too rocky and deep for tunneling. He watched the gate as it slowly opened; apprehension then took hold of his finer sensibilities – he knew the next half-mile might be the longest, most harrowing distance he ever covered in his life.

Stepping beyond the gate, Randulf tried to find the best route to the inlet. Traveling north up the road would be the easiest and fastest way – and also the most dangerous. No doubt, dozens of barbarians were waiting in ambush.

Walking towards the right didn’t make any sense, that would be like walking into the middle of a snake pit; barbarians patrolled along the entire length of the north and south walls. That meant the only logical route was to the left– along the coast.

Of course, that presented its own set of difficulties. If pursued, they would be trapped by the ocean to the west. And running to the east would be unwise – they would run into a mass of barbarians that were patrolling the area.

It was north along the coast, then. The archers could cover them for the first three-hundred feet or so, then their line of sight would be blocked. Randulf did a quick calculation in his head. That left about two thousand, three-hundred feet before they reached Gunnar’s ship. It didn’t sound like much, until you realized that every foot forward was a potential step towards a violent death. The only thing they had on their side was the cover of night.

Looking up at the sky, Randulf could see low clouds lazily drifting overhead. Good. The cloud cover will block the light of the moon and stars; It will be even darker than normal. He quickly glanced at Modoc. The barbarian’s expression was impassive, unconcerned.

Randulf snorted and said, “I wish I had your confidence.”

With a furrowed brow, Modoc looked at the slender Norseman, uncomprehending.

With an exasperated shake of his head, Randulf crouched and quickly jogged towards the coastline. “Just follow me, you lummox.”

In less than a minute, they were beyond the safety of covering fire. To their left, waves lazily lapped to the shore.

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