Sioux Falls Atheists
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Sioux Falls Atheists endorse Eaters of the Dead for showing that the
early Vikings were hardly noble savages. They were brutes.

Eaters of the Dead
By Michael Crichton

Eaters of the Dead (1976) - 278 pages
Eaters of the Dead at Amazon.com

The year is A.D. 922. A refined Arab courtier, representative of the powerful Caliph of Baghdad, encounters a party of Viking warriors who are journeying to the barbaric North. He is appalled by their Viking customs - the wanton sexuality of their pale, angular women, their disregard for cleanliness, their cold-blooded human sacrifices. But only in the depths of the Northland does he learn the horrifying and inescapable truth: he has been enlisted by these savage, inscrutable warriors to help combat a terror that plagues them - a monstrosity that emerges under cover of night to slaughter the Vikings and devour their flesh…

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Eaters of the Dead
By Michael Crichton

Sioux Falls Atheists endorse Eaters of the Dead for showing that the
early Vikings were hardly noble savages. They were brutes.