Blood of the Isir Boxed Set

Ratatoskr Publishing

 Includes the first 1438 pages of the unputdownable Blood of the Isir series.

One of New York’s best criminal profilers, Hank Jensen thought he was prepared for anything life could throw at him. He couldn’t have been more wrong.

On a particularly gruesome case, Hank got too close to the killers—a pair of cannibals who called themselves Norse gods—and one of them laid a crippling curse on Hank. Then they kidnapped his family, and, in so doing, birthed Hank’s epic quest—catch the killers and save his family...even if the multiverse gets in the way.

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Life on the shores of Lake Seneca in the former colony of New York is idyllic—the white colonists live in peace with their Onondowaga neighbors. But the peace is a fragile one…

Everyone respects John Calvin Black—he believes in rational explanations and he treats everyone with respect. So when one of the villagers is savagely murdered and dumped in the forest, John is asked to bring a native tracker to the scene of the crime. John brings a respected warrior and childhood friend, Donehogawa, who claims the murderer is a demon.

It’s a pronouncement that some of the white men can’t accept, and they blame the murder on one of the native tribesmen. John believes Donehogawa is telling the truth but is holding something back.

John is trapped between two cultures and two belief systems, yet he knows the truth must lie somewhere in between. Can he manage the white villager’s anger and the native’s fears? Can he and Donehogawa save both peoples from the evil that stalks them from the cover of the forest?

Errant Gods, Blood of the Isir Book One:

Hank Jensen doesn’t believe in monsters—not the kind Stephen King writes about at any rate.

Hank is one of New York’s best criminal profilers, and he loves his job. But when he meets the Bristol Butchers, all that changes. They are a pair of psychopaths—cannibals. He chases them in spite of the disabling curse they cast on him, in spite of their threats to his family, and when he catches up to them, his horror begins. They claim to be gods—immortal, omnipotent—and they change into monsters before his eyes. Unable to stop them, the battle leaves him sick, despondent, broken. His career is at an end. His only respite is his family.

Years later, the Butchers return to make good on their threats. When his family disappears on Halloween night, Hank decides his time for doing nothing is at an end.

He must chase them to places he thought existed only in myth. He knows they have the power to raise monsters, mythical beings—even the dead—to block his path. How can he, a disabled mortal, overcome gods? How will he overcome his disability, his doubts?

Rooms of Ruin, Blood of the Isir Book Two:

Monsters are real, and Hank Jensen has met some of the worst the multiverse has to offer. As a result, he bears the curse of a hateful, malignant god—a horrid disease that has disabled him.

Hank fought demons, dragons, and mythical beings to rescue his wife and son, but the battle left the family trapped in the realm of the Isir. As his dark curse continues to ravage his body, Hank, his family, and his Isir friends must travel to an ancient, faraway place—the Rooms of Ruin—to reopen the pathways that connect the two worlds.

But the Dark Queen isn’t done with them. She has issued only one command to her servants: drive the Jensen family into the trap she’s laid. That’s not all she has planned, though. She has a secret plan—someone she’s manipulated into betraying them.

Will they discover the traitor in time? How will they avoid the Dark Queen’s trap? What other dangers await them along their path?

Praise for the series:

Five Stars! "If you liked The Dark Tower, if you like the writing of Stephen King, then read Errant Gods. It is good, no, it is great! It is powerful, and it is writing of the highest level.” --Ray Simmons,

"Comparable to Stephen King’s [Dark Tower series] (which is referenced in the novel) in terms of genre-blending originality and sheer creative courage, Vick’s latest is a page-turning storytelling tour de force." --Blueink Review

"Errant Gods Blood of Isir is a potential classic in the making and surely will be enjoyed among readers for generations to come. " --Dave Gammon,

Five Stars! “There can be very little doubt that Rooms of Ruin by Erik Henry Vick is a wild ride which will engross and captivate readers everywhere!" --Leonard Tillerman,

Five Stars! "I loved, loved, and loved this novel! It's so well-plotted and driven by a conflict that is enormous, a conflict not only between persons and beings, but one between worlds." --Romuald Dzemo,

Five Stars! "There are epic fantasies and there are hugely epic fantasies. Rooms of Ruin (Blood of the Isir Book 2) by Erik Henry Vick is definitely in the category of hugely epic fantasies both in terms of its length and its depth...the warmth, the humanity and the subtle use of sarcasm and wit by the author just draw you in and keep you reading" --Grant Leishman,

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About the author

 Erik Henry Vick is an author who happens to be disabled by an autoimmune disease (also known as his Personal Monster™). He writes to hang on to the few remaining shreds of his sanity. His current favorite genres to write are dark fantasy and horror.

He lives in Western New York with his wife, Supergirl; their son; a Rottweiler named after a god of thunder; and two extremely psychotic cats. He fights his Personal Monster™ daily with humor, pain medicine, and funny T-shirts.

Erik has a B.A. in Psychology, an M.S.C.S., and a Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence.  He has worked as a criminal investigator for a state agency, a college professor, a C.T.O. for an international software company, and a video game developer.

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Aug 17, 2018
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Fiction / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology
Fiction / Fantasy / Collections & Anthologies
Fiction / Fantasy / Dark Fantasy
Fiction / Fantasy / Dragons & Mythical Creatures
Fiction / Fantasy / Epic
Fiction / Horror
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