Tour To Midgard: The Forgotten Land (2020)

Tour To Midgard: The Forgotten Land Keith McArdle Tour To Midgard The Forgotten Land Tasked with a mission in Iraq an Australian SAS patrol deploy deep behind enemy lines But when they activate a time portal the soldiers find themselves in th century Viking Denmark a place far da
  • Title: Tour To Midgard: The Forgotten Land
  • Author: Keith McArdle
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  • Page: 254
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Tour To Midgard: The Forgotten Land Keith McArdle Tasked with a mission in Iraq, an Australian SAS patrol deploy deep behind enemy lines But when they activate a time portal, the soldiers find themselves in 10th century Viking Denmark, a place far dangerous and lawless than modern Iraq The soldiers have no way back Join the SAS patrol on this action adventure and journey into the depths of a hostile land, far fromTasked with a mission in Iraq, an Australian SAS patrol deploy deep behind enemy lines But when they activate a time portal, the soldiers find themselves in 10th century Viking Denmark, a place far dangerous and lawless than modern Iraq The soldiers have no way back Join the SAS patrol on this action adventure and journey into the depths of a hostile land, far from the support of the Allied front line Step into another world another time.
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  1. Gerold Whittaker

    An Australian Special Air Service Regiment SASR travel to Iraq and patrol behind enemy lines Their objective seek out and capture an enemy General When their mission goes wrong however, they are forced to retreat Encountering really bad weather, they seek refuge in a cave only to find that it contains a whole lot than they expected A time travel story with a whole lot thrown in romance, war, magic, vikings, norse, religion, history and much, much .The ebook is available from Smashwords and on K [...]

  2. Ron

    I like Connecticut Yankee stories, and this one has a good set up Aussie special forces on a mission in Kurdish Iraq are trapped in a mysterious cave and emerge in tenth century Denmark However, the essence of the fish out of water element is the juxtaposition of normal modern man with normal historic man But the many history errors repeatedly knocks the reader out of the story Some notable gaffs Communication is solved by everyone s miraculous ability to speak Anglish, which was merely modern E [...]

  3. Sean Smart

    Terrible, terrible, terrible sadly I will never get back the 24 hours or so it took me to read this book I could have been reading something better.I normally enjoy this and similar genres but this was a disappointment.I just could not suspend disbelief It was an okay plot idea but poorly executed I was hoping for something like S M Stirling s Island in the sea of time which is the story of a US island being sent back to the Bronze age or Taylor Anderson s Destroyermen series which is about a Wo [...]

  4. Kirstie

    The first quarter of this novel reads like a modern action adventure before it takes a fantasy swing The book starts off following a team of Australian SAS soldiers on a mission in Iraq There is plenty of military jargon and talk about various weapons, a reasonable amount of which is explained so those not familiar with modern military aren t completely lost The action is strong and fast paced and the comeraderie between the men is clear with their witty banter which made me laugh out loud at ti [...]

  5. Richard Denning

    I love Vikings and Dark Ages tales and I love time travel stories so this tale of an Australian SAS team who went back in time to Denmark in the Dark Ages attracted me from the start The first thing that was striking about this story is that the author clearly knew his stuff The details of the SAS mission in Iraq was authentic and exciting and a damn good read.The author had clearly done his research on the Norse and Vikings and their expansion into the Russia areas and even as far as Byzantium. [...]

  6. Thomas Drinkard

    The Forgotten Land combines two of my favorite themes action by special operations forces in this case, the Australian SAS and time travel Keith McArdle has melded the two in a story that caught and held my attention all the way Other reviewers have made their comments with synopses that adequately sum up the narrative My review will approach other specifics.I was impressed by the research McArdle must have done to depict both worlds into which his characters were thrown The modern day SAS troop [...]

  7. Kendra

    Well detailed from the military perspective, and overall interesting in the time travel back into past Thoroughly enjoyed the interactions between the men of the modern era, and the Norse villagers, and Varangian Guard, though I don t think it would have gone quite as smoothly Enjoyed the kick ass women, and I give kudos to the author for not glossing that over, or the manly man BS that the modern day men could have pulled Really enjoyed this book.

  8. Adam

    Really enjoyed this book After I downloaded it, I thought there would be a better than average chance I d hate it Nothing could be further from the truth McArdle engages the reader early on I really enjoyed the epilogue and seeing how he pulled it all together A few questions go unanswered but it s all good.

  9. Kim

    I wanted to like this book, I really did, but I just couldn t get past the repetitive writing style I made it about 1 3 through I felt like so much of what the author told me I didn t need to know I was bogged down with unnecessary detail, I lost interest.

  10. Jason

    Genius Two of my favourite genres rolled into one and well written really liked the characters and the pace of the book the action is thick and fast Hopefully the author writes another of similar style or the same character Would definitely read a sequel.

  11. Kim

    I really enjoyed this book but felt it should of gone into further detail on when they returned particularly Helena.

  12. Meenaz Lodhi

    I appreciate Keith McArdle for this gift, and giving me the opportunity to get to know him and his great book At first, I was a bit sceptical reading about present day war, with all the news we receive everyday of war and killings and suffering, but, I went on reading and was gratified by the way the author has described so well the personal lives, the tension going on with the characters, the military life It gripped me from the beginning The fast paced action, the adventure in time travel taki [...]

  13. Bonnie Keck

    kindle unlimited, liked it well enough and time travel is always interesting but got lost here and there, so could just be me and the other parts, not bad parts just didn t hold my personal attention, but doesn t mean it wouldn t hold someone else s just fine.Tasked with a mission in Iraq, an Australian SAS patrol deploy deep behind enemy lines But when they activate a time portal, the soldiers find themselves in 10th century Viking Denmark, a place far dangerous and lawless than modern Iraq Th [...]

  14. william jeffrey gordinier

    Good readWell written with good characters and lots of action and detail Hope he continues to produce fine work Very enjoyable.

  15. i hoare

    Cracking good readI really enjoyed this book good action and an original story look forward to exploring titles by this author

  16. Jenni Ghill

    Thoroughly enjoyable, losing oneself in the land of the Vikings of old The beginnings do not give clues to the twists Keith wraps you in.

  17. Mandy Walkden-Brown

    I have been procrastinating somewhat with writing this review, because I doubt I can do this book the justice it deserves Firstly it needs to be rated at higher than five stars as it has an intangible quality that places it above all the other five star books that I ve been lucky enough to read lately I think it s mainly due to the immediacy and tension embodied in the military action scenes, especially the ones at the beginning of the book The hair on the back of my neck stood up, I had goosebu [...]

  18. Kirkus

    I read the sample on smashwords The sample was to short to get a feeling for the auther and the story Should have stretched another 10 20 pages or so It wasnt enough to convince me to buy this book.What I did get the feeling of was that military gear details are presented as facts instead of its use If they dont matter then it would have been better to not mention them and just summarise to get a better flow of the story.They didnt feel like a band of brothers they should be from being in one of [...]

  19. Therbs

    A fast paced account of a group of highly skilled and motivated soldiers SASR taken out of their world and into a primitive time Their training and instincts kick in as they adapt to their new world and seek a way back home.McArdle is a writer to watch His voice grows with each new work.

  20. Aubrey James Jr

    Good storyIt was slow starting Once you get through the first couple of chapters it is great I enjoyed the characters.

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