Book review - Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard by Rick Riordan
Review by Becky
Available on Amazon.com: Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard
WOW. There are only a select few books that make me apply true emphasis of the word Wow to a book after reading but Rick Riordan definitely deserves it.
His new vision of the Norse Gods and their adventures and aspects is as vibrant as the Bitfrost rainbow bridge, his humour is full of absolute geniuses using surprise and unexpected combinations. I haven't laughed so much reading a book as I have with this one. I loved every single character both bad and good. I salute him for adding a good deal of diversity in the mix with a Muslim Valkyrie and a Deaf Elf Magician. I really genuinely thoroughly enjoyed reading every word, line and chapter of this book. His descriptions, dialogue and the fantastic character of Magnus is a true delight to read and connect with. As soon as I reached the last page I immediately placed a Pre-Order on the second book which is out in October. Highly recommended for all ages.
Want to adventure throught the lands of the Vikings? The height of the Vikings is an amazing period of time and there is a lot of great fiction that is based on historical facts from that period and place. Rebecca Wilson has written a guide to the genre and to some of the best works in the genre.
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