During the construction of the Atlantic Wall in 1942, the sounds of rolling waves and the voices of German-accented French were interrupted by the dull thud of a spade hitting something ancient. It was a rare discovery, a Viking burial, the body remarkably preserved in the clay.
Thorvold Ulfson was a large, strong Viking warrior with unsurpassable skill with a blade. Although he was loyal to his clan, he had an unshakeable feeling that he didn't belong. Then the death of his father would lead Thorvold to question whether what flowed in his veins was truly... THE BLOOD OF THE VIKINGS!