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About Rudi London
Rudi London, an American citizen, was born Njål Helle, in Nedstrand, Norway. As both a singer/musician and a writer, his artistic career spans over four decades, and two continents. His first single, "You Can Take No Money Into Heaven" was released by Talent Records, Oslo, Norway, for release in Europe, December 1978, followed up with his first album release of 1979, the song "Nottingham Forest Is My Rock & Roll" was featured on BBC Sunday Night Sports and BBC News. Rudi London's first novel for worldwide release, The Operator Is Calling, was published in 2009 by Amazing Road. (Also, visit YouTube/RudiLondon )
Recommended reading sequence: Start with Short Stories/Poetry, then, either No Escape From Berlin, Sheep Two, Chance West, or THE TRAVELS OF ELVIS; The Operator Is Calling follows after No Escape From Berlin. Lastly, you read 3 Angels.
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For you dedicated history buffs, we did modernize a bit the language spoken in this book—to make it available for all ages. You know how hard it is sometimes to get a real grip on the King James; and, please keep in mind this story happened half a millennium prior to his Bible making. Many words have been bravely carried by the wind through the ages, but others have been lost into the mist of a forgotten past. Those forever gone words must now be replaced with the fresh and the new and the exciting: because we want this story to survive in a modern world. English, in those past exploring days of 1012 and up—where the Chance West saga begins, was indeed heavily influenced by our Norse heroes, the Vikings. According to Lil’ Leiv’s very own rune (diary) book—kept through the ages by the Cherokee Indian Nation until it was lost during the Trail of Tears—and also, as later studies show, the Old Norse language did have an enormous impact on certain groups of natives on the east coast, such as the Algonquian and many other tribes; thus the new world managed to preserve some of the wonderful words uttered by players involved with this very beginning of Amerika…
Rudi London received his Skuildus Kalenstranda Esoterisium Philossomato Deuseexes from The S.K.E. Institute—founded in 1357 by Primitus Regius Ned Henry MacStrand from Scone, near Perth, Scotland. Sk. London has received lyrical awards from The American Song Festival, Los Angeles, Music City Song Festival, Nashville, among others. His poetical works have been featured in books, newspapers, magazines, on radio and TV networks including popular music charts and talk shows, translated into four different languages with marketing and distribution to numerous countries in both Europe and The Americas. The S.K.E. Institute introduced London to The Magnificence of The Word. The underlying principles establishing the true relationship between language practice and actual physical behavior was the primum mobile of London’s novel debut, The Operator Is Calling. With his second book, 3 Angels, the author took us on a journey beyond imagination.