Book Review: Secret of the Viking

Updated: Jan 8


I’m trying to figure out how to even do this review. Maybe I need to level with you, I picked this up in a time-travel binge when it was at $0.00. I read it and the entire time my head was like this.

I couldn’t figure out what was going on. I couldn’t figure out who the hero was. I’m not even sure if there was time travel. The story was 30+ pages of WTF-itis!

The only things I did get was that this definitely had hints of white supremacy, Nazi apologist rhetoric in the form of “The Nazis weren’t all bad, why look! Our Heroine works for them and she’s a ‘good person’ ™ and they really were just people with an unhealthy interest in the occult and Vikings!”

Yeah, no. It doesn’t matter that a person joined the Nazi party because they “had no choice,” that still makes them a Nazi.

Even worse, the author did not do the research. I’m sorry, but the heroine having Jewish parents is not going to exempt her from the Final Solution. I don’t care if she is blonde.

I’m still not sure where the ending came from. Or even what happened. The only reason I finished this was because of the length. It was 20 minutes out of my life.

20 minutes I could have been doing something else… like, I don’t know, getting a root canal.

If I could give this negative stars, I would.

As it stands, one star.

If you really want to subject yourself to this it’s at the way too expensive for 30 pages price of $2.99.

Otherwise, just trust me. Skip this and you’ll be happier for it.


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