Ransacker

Age Range
14+
Release Date
January 29, 2019
ISBN
978-1250134141
Rare powers. Precious metals. Deadly greed.

Sissel Hemstad and her siblings have been living peacefully in a small town in Montana, trying to blend-in and escape the violent events that haunt them, but they’ve all been tricked — James Peavy, the handsome young man courting Sissel is secretly a Pinkerton spy.

The Hemstads possess supernatural powers bestowed upon their family by the ancient Norse gods. Now Sissel, the youngest at 16, discovers her gift: she is a Ransacker. She can find gold and other precious metals and pull them to her. Hers is an awesome and dangerous gift.

If James discovers her secret, he will undoubtedly report back to his boss, the ruthless Baron Fjelstad who wants desperately to control the Hemstads. But James is not the only person interested in Sissel. She’s also caught the attention of a local mine owner, Isaiah McKray. He is convinced Sissel has a lucky touch when it comes to finding gold.

Sissel is torn between the two men, both determined to have her secrets. With betrayal lurking around every corner, Sissel must tread carefully. Harnessing her powers could summon great fortune… or doom them all

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Fascinating!
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Ransacker is told mostly from Sissel’s point of view and also some from Hanne’s point.

At first I was hesitant about this book being narrated by Sissel as I found her annoying in Berserker, but as I read I was glad to discover that Sissel had matured and was more practical. And it was good to read more about Hanne and Owen.

Ransacker was a good companion novel to Berserker and I found it fascinating and intriguing. With Norse mythology and the wild west, I think this duology is definitely something different to read!
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