William L. Sullivan (Goodreads Author). This historical novel is based on the true story of the excavation of a Viking burial ship from a hill in Norway in 1904. The find dumbfounded archeologists because it was the most elaborate Viking grave ever discovered, yet the bones in the grave belonged to a woman. I loved how this book blended the excavation of an actual Viking ship and the lives that the women found in the ship might have led in the 800's. Weaving some of what really happened, myth, legend and good old fashioned imagination the author brings to life the story of Asa of Agthir and the fictional Dr. Kirstin Williams. I think the author did a great job of taking t (Disclaimer: Won through Goodreads "First Reads", signed copy from author.
William L. Sullivan is the author of three novels and a dozen nonfiction books. degree in English at Cornell University under Alison Lurie, studied linguistics at Germany's Heidelberg University, and earned an . in German at the University of Oregon. I've read several books by William L Sullivan, as he is a local author here in Oregon. This is the best one I've read so far. The story jumps back and forth between 800 AD and 1904 AD, as the women connected to this ship are dealing with it.
This historical novel is based on the true story of the excavation of a Viking burial ship from a hill in Norway in 1904.
In 2011, Sullivan published The Ship in the Hill. The book is a work of fiction about Vikings. Cooper aircraft hijacking. Sullivan's most recent book was published in 2014. It is a collection of short stories, entitled Oregon Variations: Stories Most of his books were published by Navillus Press, a publishing company owed by Sullivan. Here is a list of his published books as of 2016:.
William Sullivan’s The Ship in the Hill is perfect for our Month of Norway! You cannot have a month focusing on Norway without Vikings. Sullivan delivers Vikings and great drama. It will help keep you hiking throughout the year.
The Ship in the Hill. By: William L. Sullivan. Narrated by: William L. Length: 12 hrs and 20 mins. Rich with humor and natural history, this memoir describes 25 summers of back-to-the-earth adventure as author William L. Sullivan and his wife Janell build a log cabin by hand along a roadless river deep in the wilds of Oregon's Coast Range. Along the way they confront beaver in the refrigerator, raise a family, and puzzle out a murder mystery that had haunted their homestead site. Cabin Fever takes listeners to a warm world of kerosene lamplight, wood stoves, and ghost stories that may be true. Good book; glad I listened. By Danny B. on 11-27-17.
A fifth-generation Oregonian, Sullivan began hiking at the age of five and has been exploring new trails ever since. Like the counties, these tales are all over the map, ranging from flash fiction to science fiction. Sullivan's third work of fiction is The Ship in the Hill (1-minute video) a historical novel based on the true story of the excavation of a Viking longship on a Norwegian farm in 1904.
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William Sullivan - the complete book list. Oregon's bestselling author, William L. Sullivan, takes us on a wild ride with Portland police detective Neil Ferguson and his prescient, autistic daughter Susan as they set out to solve another of Oregon's enduring mysteries The Darkest Hours. In Boonesboro West Virginia lives a young man named Bobby. This historical novel is based on the true story of the excavation of a Viking burial ship from a hill in Norway in 1904 The Secret of the Incas.