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Life isn’t easy when you are twelve, especially when the fate of your friends and family is resting on your shoulders. With gruesome bears, angry Vikings and fearsome yetis all in her way, Olivia must trust the people from her uncle’s past to save her friends’ future. Olivia also learns that some mistakes are not easily forgiven and not all Vikings are the same. All the while a five hundred year old legend threatens to destroy the Kingdom of Hamington, but hopefully not before Olivia gets to be a bridesmaid at her cousin’s wedding.
The fourth volume of the Hamington Chronicles comprises three stories:
Olivia and the Risky Rescue Part 2
Trapped in the Viking village of Barnham, Princess Olivia must trust an old acquaintance from Rinehart’s past if she is to rescue George and escape the clutches of Bana Nahoffle. But Vikings aren’t the only problem she has to contend with, a pack of giant black bears, a ferocious sea storm and an attack by deadly White Yetis make for a challenging time.
Olivia and the Yellow Yeti
Princess Olivia sets out to help her new Viking friend Hardrada find his family. In the process she finds herself camping out on the frozen plains of the north as she accompanies Hardrada’s rather headstrong daughter, Gilli, on a traditional Viking warrior’s initiation. With no help from her friends, Olivia must survive the weather, her new companion and an encounter with the fabled Yellow Yeti.
Olivia and the Wondrous Wedding
After a summer of arguing with her parents, Princess Olivia is relieved when a letter from her mermaid cousin Lilly arrives. Her relief quickly turns to excitement when she discovers Lilly is to marry her friend Captain Gregory Blower and they want her to be a bridesmaid. However, with a missing bride and a damaged dress, preparations for the happy day don't run smoothly. And if that wasn't enough to worry about, the evil Viking King Bana Nahoffle is lurking nearby and a legendary sea monster, the Jormungand, makes an unwelcome appearance.
bound: 147 pages
publisher: Matt McCartney; 001 edition (September 29, 2016)
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