About the Book

The Scandinavian Aggressors is the title of my as-yet-unpublished literary opus, which accounts the glorious (and oftentimes not so glorious) deeds of the Vikings during their tumultuous early 21st-century reunion tour. After a short foreword to acquaint readers with my own personal connection to the individuals in question, the book plunges headlong into a dazed and confused travelogue through the otherwise progressive world of regressive Scandinavian belligerence. Readers will meet larger-than-life Viking heroes Trond “Troll-Breath” Trondsen, Björn Svensson, and Ingrid Törnblom as they tell of their ruthless quests to enslave leprechauns, decapitate Copenhagen’s statue of The Little Mermaid, conquer England, and drink lots and lots of mead. A slew of lesser Vikings flesh out the book with their tales that include such things as the slaying of a retarded dragon, the razing of a doll’s house in Oslo, and the suffering of horrendous digestive problems on the day of a fateful Icelandic jihad against the indigenous tribes of Greenland.

Needless to say, The Scandinavian Aggressors will be essential reading for anyone with even a remote interest in the Modern Viking Movement, mostly because it is the only book to have ever been written on the subject, but also because it is a darn good yarn about the fragility of the Scandinavian condition.

If you need further convincing, here are my completely biased, personal top ten reasons why this work will be an important contribution to the field of Modern Viking studies.

Also, check out my Sagas of Pathetic and Banal Exploration for some excerpts of my encounters with these enticing characters.