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Moody Publishers Viking Quest Series #3: The Invisible Friend

Deep in the Norwegian fjords the Viking ship comes to shore. Mikkel, the prideful young leader, is home, but Briana O'Toole faces a new, uncertain life. What will happen to her and the other Irish taken as prisoners?

Soon Bree feels sure that Mikkel is hiding a dark secret from his father. When Bree finds mysterious messages that seem meant for her, she longs to be what she is - the respected daughter of an Irish chieftan. But the cold winds of autumn sweep down the Aurland Fjord, and its people wait for the fast ship out. In the midst of a growing threat will Bree and Devin find God's courage to win? Who is their invisible friend? And what does it mean to be truly free? Recommended for ages 10 and up.

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Customer Reviews for Viking Quest Series #3: The Invisible Friend
Review 1 for Viking Quest Series #3: The Invisible Friend
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An overall excellent book

Date:February 22, 2011
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James
Location:California
Age:Under 18
Gender:male
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The minute I started reading I didn't want to put the book down. I think everyone should read this book. It's a good book about trusting God.
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Review 2 for Viking Quest Series #3: The Invisible Friend
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Date:July 10, 2010
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Christine M. Irvin
The Invisible Friend is the third book in the Viking Quest series. In this series, Bree and her brother, Devon (check spelling) are captured by Viking raiders (as was their sister, Keely, seven years before them). Devin is set free in the first book so he can return home to Ireland and secure ransom for his sisters Brees release. In this book, Devin returns with the ransom money, but Brees release is not immediately secured as there are, of course, complications. Devin is imprisoned and must await trail. In the meantime, Bree discovers their sister Keely is not only alive, she is living in the same part of Normandy as Bree and Devin are now.Throughout all their troubles and tribulations, the siblings remain strong in their faith. There are pencil sketch illustrations at the beginning of some of the chapters that illustrate a key concept from that particular chapter.What I Like: I have only read the first book and this book in the series, so I didnt know what happened between books one and three. However, the author did a good job of filling in the blank spaces by backtracking and adding things from the first two books, so I have a pretty good idea what happened in book two. What I Dislike: Nothing.Overall Rating: Very good.
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Review 3 for Viking Quest Series #3: The Invisible Friend
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Date:June 1, 2009
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Danielle
This teaches that God is your invisible friend,He is all ways with you. You need never fear. I'm almost done with the forth book, and am looking forward to the fifth.
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Review 4 for Viking Quest Series #3: The Invisible Friend
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Date:March 1, 2009
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Lauern
One of the best books I have ever read! I highly recommend it and all of other books in the series.
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