[EPUB] ✹ When We Were Vikings ✾ Andrew David MacDonald – Thepurelynaturalcompany.co.uk

When We Were Vikings Sometimes Life Isn T As Simple As Heroes And Villains For Zelda, A Twenty One Year Old Viking Enthusiast Who Lives With Her Older Brother, Gert, Life Is Best Lived With Some Basic Rules A Smile Means Thank You For Doing Something Small That I Liked Fist Bumps And Dabs Respect Strange People Are Not Appreciated In Her Home Tomatoes Must Go In The Middle Of The Sandwich And Not Get The Bread Wet Sometimes The Most Important Things Don T Fit On Lists But When Zelda Finds Out That Gert Has Resorted To Some Questionable And Dangerous Methods To Make Enough Money To Keep Them Afloat, Zelda Decides To Launch Her Own Quest Her Mission To Be Legendary It Isn T Long Before Zelda Finds Herself In A Battle That Tests The Reach Of Her Heroism, Her Love For Her Brother, And The Depth Of Her Viking Strength When We Were Vikings Is An Uplifting Debut About An Unlikely Heroine Whose Journey Will Leave You Wanting To Embark On A Quest Of Your Own, Because After All We Are All Legends Of Our Own Making

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10 thoughts on “When We Were Vikings

  1. says:

    I absolutely loved being inside of Zelda s mind Zelda, a high functioning young adult diagnosed with fetal alcohol syndrome, has something about her that everyone can relate to While exploring life s boundaries, she often c

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    Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestWHEN WE WERE VIKINGS is a book that has a very interesting premise but is potentially problematic in a lot of ways I breezed through it pretty quickly normally a good sign but when I finished, I f

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    As a fan of all things Vikings, I was drawn to the cover of this novel and had a certain expectation on how it would follow If the blurb and quotes did not give it away, I soon found myself questioning if I had the correct book at hand tha

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    I m surprised how much I enjoyed this book I figured it d be a 2 3 star read for me and I m glad it exceeded my expectations.The main character Zelda is a young woman with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome She is obsessed with Vikings and makes sense of her

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    Audiobook read by Phoebe Strole ebook sync.I m not an enthusiastic Viking reader in any shape or form I trusted other readers that this book had very little to do with Vikings, but it was still too much for me.I wasn t interested in Zelda s tribe, or dres

  6. says:

    A book where the main character is obsessed with Vikings Not normally the kind of book that I would jump all over I actually have no clue what made me want to read this book but whatever whoever it wasthank you Zelda is a character that is different Zelda is a ch

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    5 With Gert, I do not mind going to new places If I am alone, I do not like new places, since it s easy to become lost or kidnapped and held for ransom It s Zelda s 21st birthday, and she s an adult today Her older brother Gert, with whom she lives, has already surprised

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    3.5 I have mixed feelings about When We Were Vikings Zelda is a young woman born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, who functions well in a scripted routine She views everything in black and white, is crazy about Vikings and uses simplistic language with words of the day thrown in Ini

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    This is a very engaging debut novel featuring a young adult with a cognitive disability Born with fetal alcohol syndrome, Zelda is high functioning but is quite guileless and naive, not always understanding social interactions and people s intentions, which can get her into dangerous si

  10. says:

    What a fine A VERY FINE story Andrew David MacDonald has brought us in When We Were Vikings That ending was just beautiful I m still leaking tears as I write this review At the end of this epic tale, this talented author did not leave any loose ends untied we certainly have a lot to learn from

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