Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton

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I would recommend this book as well as any other book that Michael Crichton has written.
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From the bestselling author of Jurassic ParkTimeline, and Sphere comes an epic tale of unspeakable horror.
It is 922 A.D. The refined Arab courtier Ibn Fadlan is accompanying a party of Viking warriors back to their home. He is appalled by their customs—the gratuitous sexuality of their women, their disregard for cleanliness, and their cold-blooded sacrifices. As they enter the frozen, forbidden landscape of the North—where the day’s length does not equal the night’s, where after sunset the sky burns in streaks of color—Fadlan soon discovers that he has been unwillingly enlisted to combat the terrors in the night that come to slaughter the Vikings, the monsters of the mist that devour human flesh. But just how he will do it, Fadlan has no idea.


About Michael Crichton

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Michael Crichton’s novels include The Andromeda Strain, The Great Train Robbery, Congo, Jurassic Park, Rising Sun, Disclosure, and The Lost World. He was as well the creator of the television series ER. Crichton died in 2008.
Published May 14, 2012 by Vintage. 292 pages
Genres: History, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Crime, Horror. Fiction
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Minor Crichton but verily, verily a diverting send-up which you'll read faster than you can say qurtaq.

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