Seth loves football; especially Halifax F.C. He has never missed a home game even though his mum is seriously ill. She has cancer. However, she is going to London to have treatment soon.
Seth is one of a kind! He sees things that have happened in the past. They are mostly good things but as he is growing older now, bad things are starting to creep in.
It all starts at half time at the latest football match when the new floodlights come on. A massive storm hangs over the stadium like a helicopter about to land. Trees start shaking and fire starts burning. Seth sees a face; a Viking’s face. Every night after this, Seth notices a group of Vikings rounding up and slaughtering Saxon villagers. He needs to help them but how?
Can Seth and his new friend Nadiya stop the gruesome, gross, ghost slaughter?
Read the book to find out!
I love this book and can’t wait for the next one in the series, which is due out soon (August 2017)!
I recommend this book to 9+ readers who like history. Also, this is an easy to read book if you are dyslexic because of the layout and format of the pages.
I give it 5/5.