Donovan Cook was born in South Africa but raised in England. An English tutor working and living in Russia, he has been a fanatic reader of historical fiction his whole life. Donovan has spent years travelling around Norway, learning much about its history and falling in love with its scenery. When he is not teaching or writing, he can be found reading, watching rugby or working on DIY projects. His debut novel, Son of Anger, comes from a fascination of medieval history and an over-active imagination. His new title is called, Son of Anger.
Ulf is like a storm, slowly building up its power, he grows more dangerous with each passing moment. And like all storms, he will eventually break. When he does, he will destroy everything in his path. Ulf is one of a long line of famous Norse warriors. His ancestor Tyr was no ordinary man, but the Norse God of War. Ulf, however, knows nothing about being a warrior. Everything changes when a stranger arrives on Ulf’s small farm in Vikenfjord. The only family he’s ever known are slaughtered and the one reminder of his father is stolen -- Ulf’s father’s sword, Ormstunga. Ulf’s destiny is decided. Are the gods punishing him? All Ulf knows is that he has to avenge his family. He sets off on an adventure that will take him across oceans, into the eye of danger, on a quest to reclaim his family’s honour. The gods are roused. One warrior can answer to them. The Son of Anger.