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Viking Tomorrow (The Berserker Saga) Paperback – October 18, 2017
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--New Hampshire Magazine
"Jeremy Robinson is the only writer since Hitchcock who's been able to blend suspense, sci-fi, paranormal, and the supernatural together seamlessly."
"Robinson writes compelling thrillers, made all the more entertaining by the way he incorporates aspects of pop culture into the action."
"Relentless pacing and numerous plot twists. Thriller fans will find these audaciously plotted novels from Robinson enormously satisfying."
"Robinson proceeds at a nonstop pace, with one cliffhanger after another."
"Robinson tells rich stories that move at a relentless pace while stopping just long enough to ask profound questions."
--Famous Monsters of Filmland
"[Kane Gilmour has] mastered the considerable challenge of fantasy world-building."
"How about I classify it under...incredible, and leave it at that. Robinson and Gilmour have climbed to the summit of the publishing world. Five stars for Ragnarok."
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"Robinson blends myth, science, and terminal velocity action like NO ONE ELSE."
--#1 New York Times bestselling author Scott Sigler
"There's nothing timid about Robinson as he DROPS HIS READERS OFF THE CLIFF without a parachute and somehow manages to catch us an INCH OR TWO FROM DOOM."
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"Just when you think 21st-CENTURY AUTHORS have come up with every possible way of destroying the world, ALONG COMES JEREMY ROBINSON."
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- Publisher : Breakneck Media (October 18, 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 360 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1941539092
- ISBN-13 : 978-1941539095
- Item Weight : 1.16 pounds
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,420,313 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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One one hand, the book is really quite good. If you've read and Jeremy Robinson before, you know what I'm getting at here: requisite non-stop action, breathless pacing, a plot that seems too crazy and out there to work but comes together in the end to make perfect sense and leave the reader wanting more. How he came up with placing Vikings in the apocalypse is beyond me, but, for the most part, it works.
On the other hand, Viking Tomorrow wasn't Robinson's best work. Like, I said, it's still a far better read than 90% of the mainstream authors who try to delve into this mashup of genres, and it's still a lot of fun, but somewhere within these pages, the book just started to lose its uniqueness. I love post apocalyptic nightmares as much as everyone else (hell, probably even more than some), but after awhile, when every single cliche and pitfall of the genre makes itself known in a book, then there's nothing special or different about it. Viking Tomorrow unfortunetly falls into that category the longer it goes on. Brutal wasteland dictator? Check. Crazed cult-like murderers? Check. Roving band of killer motorcycle gangs? That's there too. Honestly, every single attribute we've seen in films like Mad Max are here. And I wouldn't have had a problem with any of those had they had a special backstory or reason for being written in (other than for more bodies to pile up at the feet of Val and her viking crew). Robinson is known for writing some decent, original characters in his 50+ novels, but sadly, that's not on display here.
Than again, sometimes a gorefest of post apocalyptic vikings is exactly the kind of novel you need once in a while
First time reader, now a big fan!
The main character Val is an enigma. She has eyes the colour of no one else in the world, until she is sent on a mission with eight other warriors, to collect ‘genetic material’ from Venice. Upon arriving she finds out she isn’t the only one with these strange eyes, and the material isn’t a what but a who...
Jeremy is an outstanding author and with Kane’s experience thrown in you will be glad you read this book and hopefully entice them to write more books in this series. I personally want to hear of Val’s travels with Ulrik and Agnes by her side as they travel to America to try to save the human race from extinction.
I am also intrigued at Val’s green eyes, considering her and Agnes are the only ones in the world with them. Did they share the same mother? Is her mother still alive? Help me encourage these great authors to combine on the next two books for the trilogy they are promising
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In a world of mutated monsters and a destroed world, the Scandinavians do what they need to to survive...they hark back to the viking ways. But when a new threat comes the elders need to send volunteers find the solution. Led by a fierce and intelligent woman called Val(kyrie) they battle across the continent for key to survival of the entire human race. Dogged at every turn by people trying to take the prize for themselves. They every bit of strength and courage they can muster.
This book is a great piece of teamwork by Robinson/Gilmour. They bring to life exquisitely, a world of mutated nature and even more montrous people. Its a shame they have yet to make a sequal, and that is my only complaint. Thoroighly good read.
The book follows Val, a woman with a tragic upbringing, through her journey from Scandinavia to Italy to discover the genetic material required to help with humanity's survival. There are battles with beasts, other survivors and even amongst themselves, all told in a brilliantly descriptive violent and action-packed way, all credit to the two authors here.
The story is left tantalisingly open for future development, I really hope we get to see the conclusion of the story!
As the great Molly Meldrum would say, “do yourself a favour and buy it”