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The Viking Slave

The Viking Slave

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Sarah Jane By CamoJane Completed


What would you do if your world was turned upside down in the blink of an eye?

When Astrid's peaceful home is raided by the Vikings at only fifteen, she is taken as a slave for the Earl in Norway, where she grows into a fierce, independent young woman, who remains in bondage. 

In preparing to raid, the Earl calls for additional forces from Sweden, led by his powerful and selfish son. Upon his arrival, he bargains with his father, whom he soon buys Astrid from, making her a promise of freedom under one condition-to fight in the upcoming raid. 

  After agreeing, Astrid soon learns what the price of freedom really is...

Go with Astrid as she fights the battles within her wits, life, and love to survive in the brutal Viking world.


This story is completely fictional. The story, along with any names and dates, is entirely made up from my imagination. It is also unedited--mistakes will be found.

(This is in the process of being edited.)

lectorairreal lectorairreal 6 days ago
podrías traducir el texto :c para los que no entendemos muy bien el ingles... please!!! xc
Aellix Aellix Jun 07, 2016
When you've read Throne of Glass and the word kale never means quite the same thing again
theelisse theelisse Oct 01, 2016
Finally someone who write about Vikings. Funny is that I also writed about a woman captured by Vikings. Doesn't matters. It's very nice written.
theFryingEgg theFryingEgg Dec 24, 2016
I want to ask in year 845 what was Germany ? I'm sure it wasn't called Germany then but I'd like to know
erleen123 erleen123 Jun 20, 2016
Yea but the strong survive and if learning how to sword fight gives u an advantage so be it y is she robbing her sister of that advantage
goldensnich23 goldensnich23 Jun 26, 2016
I like your book. But in 845 Germany wasn´t called Germany. It was called  "Fränkisches Reich" (in English: "Frankish Empire") and it included France too. :-)