The Guardian's Speaker:
Men could not survive outside their world.
Líf believed this. Her family believed this as well. So, what they had done was just short of impossible. They had left Midgard’s shores only to arrive in Jötunheim, the realm of giants that gave this land its name. Gods be with them.
After freeing the slave, Brasir, Líf and her family were outlawed. The only way to regain the good graces of their people was to prove that the warning Brasir brought was true. All humanity was in peril, and only he, because of his unique and innate gift, could prevent it. Yet, he was not the only one born with a special ability. Líf could see and communicate with each person’s animal-shaped guardian spirit.
Líf’s trust in this stranger’s word had begun this dangerous journey. But would she be alive when it ended?
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The Guardian's Speaker Volume Three
(The Guardian's Speaker series)
A bounty was on her head.
Líf had been unable to stop the sentence of full outlawry that was now imposed upon her and her entire family. They escaped their enemy’s grasp only by sailing away once again, although this time, it was to the very outskirts of Midgard, the world of man. They were compelled to continue their quest no matter what the cost.
Líf had set free the slave, Brasir, forcing his owners to give chase and threaten their very lives. Misfortune had clung to her since birth, for she had the ability to see and speak with everyone’s animal-shaped guardian spirits—an attribute that drew more skepticism than belief. Yet Brasir claimed he shared a similar gift—one which currently steered their longship further north to speak with the seeress whom they prayed had answers.
The only way their sentence would be revoked was to prove that Brasir spoke the truth. Unfortunately, his assertion was far more dire.If their world was truly in peril, could one man stop calamity? Or was this endeavor doomed from the start?
The Guardian's Speaker Volume Two
(The Guardian's Speaker Series)
Líf’s world was on fire. Literally.
Since birth, she could see each person’s guardian spirit. Whether gifted or cursed, Líf was viewed as an outsider, an oddity, and perhaps even mad. She had thought that she was the only one with such an unexplainable ability until she met Brasir, a slave unlike any ever captured during the summer raids. He warned that a plague was destroying their race and swore that he could stop it because he was able to see what others could not.
When Líf freed Brasir, who had been claimed by a powerful jarl, her family was forced to flee the only home they had ever known. As flames consumed their longhouse, Líf, Brasir, and her kin sailed away on their dragon-headed ship. Her siblings placed their trust in Líf and did not look back. Still, Líf asked herself, did Brasir’s words hold the truth or were they simply ash layered upon scorched earth?
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