The Cosmic Circle of Life and Death
A man is stuck by lightning and dies. He doesn’t know it but a supreme being has given his life force an assignment that sends him bouncing back and forth in time. The man has a big responsibility: alter the course of humanity.
Leif Erikson and the Frost Giant
A summer storm blows Leif Erikson’s ship off course. The Greenland Vikings land in Trondheim. King Olaf, the first Christian monarch to rule Norway, gives Leif and his crew a choice: become Christians or die. Leif and his men get baptized. In becoming Christians, Leif and his crew have signed up for a five year service to the king.
Leif is given a new ship and ordered to discover new lands.
Leif journeys beyond the farthest reaches of Greenland. He discovers a land to the east. People known as the Beothuk inhabit this land.
The chief of the Beothuk gets Leif to help him settle some old scores.
Leif, and the crew embark on a journey in the hopes of finding precious stones.
On the way, they encounter talking and walking spirits of the dead, a man crossed with a bear, and a lost city inhabited by a long dead race of super beings.
61 AD. The Roman Empire has conquered Britain and established colonies in ancient Britain. Durst, a dark druid lives alone in the deep woods, mixing potions from the barks of trees. He sells the potions to wealthy Romans in the colonies. Local merchants become envious when Durst makes large profits without paying taxes to the Romans. The merchants complain to the local garrison commander, Cinna. Cinna agrees to arrest Durst and force him to pay his share of taxes. He intends to strike a bargain with Durst: the druid will supply the potions and Cinna will sell them. Durst eludes capture and returns to the forest, a detachment of Roman soldiers in pursuit. As Durst nears his home, a storm brews. A bolt of lightning strikes a tree, sending a shock wave that flattens the surrounding forest. When Durst regains consciousness he discovers that he has enhanced mental and physical abilities. Durst meets Boudica, the self-proclaimed queen of the Iceni, one of the largest tribes in southern Britain. He becomes one of the mad queen’s closest advisors.
A druid is given a mysterious white stone. Kermode, the druid, learns the stone holds supernatural powers. Kermode’s use of the white stone to benefit the tribe leads him to be named as the Elder. Kermode takes a wife. Over time, as the power of the stone dwindles, Kermode’s wife, Idellsa, bears him a son.
Elgin, a wealthy land owner, is deep in debt to the Romans. The payment demanded is Elgin’s infant son. Elgin hatches a plan to kidnap Kermode’s son Durst. Idellsa is killed. Durst is given to the Roman in place of Elgin’s son.
The lives are Kermode and Durst are played out from the wild forests of Britain to the marbled halls of Rome.
After the death of Durst, Dark Druid of the deep woods, Morgance, the woman carrying Durst’s child, lead three other people on a journey to find a mysterious mountain.
Mt. Tulan, and extinct volcano far to the north, becomes home to the refugees fleeing rebellious tribes of ancient Britain and Roman conquerors.
The band soon finds that something in the food and water increases awareness, strength, and endurance.
Over time, the Tulanos, the inhabitants of Mt. Tulan, establish trade with local tribes.
When the Roman occupation force gets wind of the mountain to the north, the conquerors decide to take action by launching a full-scale assault on Tulan.
Morgance uses the power found in the mountain and the power in herself to fight back.
Thousands of years after a catastrophic flood, the ancestors of the people living in Mt. Tulan live in an artificial environment known as Landring.
A high-ranking member of the people living on the coast, the Oceanics, has secretly built an underwater vessel and deployed it on a mission to the northern latitudes.
Sobuku Sato, a young scientist, and Kenshin Kamura, a seasoned submariner, embark on a journey to the north pole. Their mission: unlock an ancient secret that may determine the fate of the earth.
In a parallel universe, William, Duke of Normandy, learns that he has been denied the right to the throne of England.
William vows to invade the island nation and secure the throne. He needs a decisive victory to convince distant Viking relatives to invade England from the North.
Clovis Gournay, an ex-clergymen educated at a Moorish university, provides the answer: psychological warfare, superstition, and assassination.
Clovis turns the tide of battle at Hastings in William’s favor in this action packed, alternate timeline medieval thriller.