The Viking's Apprentice

The Viking's Apprentice


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781484113684
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/13/2013
Pages: 242
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Kevin McLeod lives in Hamilton, Scotland with his wife Kathleen and their two daughters. He was born in Scotland and has lived there all his life. Raised in Dunblane, he has one brother, Paul, who is also the artist on The Viking's Apprentice.
The Viking's Apprentice is Kevin's first book although he has written many short stories.
Kevin is currently writing book two in the Viking Series and this will be available on Amazon, more details to follow.

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The Viking's Apprentice 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Fun kids story mixing Vikings, boogie men, monsters, and magic with a summer adventure at the granddad's home. For 110 pages it was a blast to read with lots of fantasy and action. I definitely recommend this book.
19269684 More than 1 year ago
I lucked out and found Kevin McLeod on Twitter, offering free audiobooks. I'd missed the deadline, but he was cool enough to pass them on anyway. I love cool authors. So Before I even get on with the review, I want to send a bit on these covers. Candy! They're eye candy for me- aren't they tots-fabu?! The imagery, the detail, the total awesomeness is just what I love in book covers. Believe me when I say, both of these books would have been on my shelf, even if McLeod hadn't given the audio. They are what I love most in books... outside of the story. So, I'm raving 5-stars on cover work alone, but on to the actual stories, The Viking's Apprentice and The Viking's Apprentice: The Master's Revenge Book 1: The Viking's Apprentice Peter and George were looking for adventure, but nothing like what they eventually found. Thanks to an age-old, special secret Granddad's been holding to, the boys were in for the time of their lives. Filled with trolls, witches, and the fierce of magic, they learned of a legend so amazing, so heroic, they dive right in. All I can say is that Campbell's Cove is very luck to have such dedicated people in their corner. The Viking's Apprentice is a story that takes you on the ride of any child's life. Full of danger, magic and swords, anything's possible. My son and I loved the journey. The story wasn't too long and McLeod's gift of narration and description made this book a grand read. It also helped that Danielle Cohen was a really good narrator. Check out The Viking's Apprentice, book one- available now and so worth the time. *For the review of both books: The Viking's Apprentice & The Viking's Apprentice: The Master's Revenge Kevin McLeod CreateSpace Independent Publishing April 13, 2013
Anonymous More than 1 year ago