Upon hearing news of the destruction of the Ragnarok civilization by the Frost Giants of Jotunheim, the Valkyrie, Kara, and the combined races must prevent the same fate from befalling Folkvangr.
The invention of the Bifrost may hold the key to Valhalla's survival. Secrets are revealed, and unexpected friendships are formed.
©2014 Erik Schubach (P)2015 Erik Schubach
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"This series keeps getting better!"
Wow! The Asgard and Olympians? Norse and Greek? Fighting frost giants and soon to meet the Titans! This series just keeps getting cooler! On a side note, have you loved a character so much that you get pissed off an the author when something really bad happens? That happened!!! lol Excellent narration by Hollie Jackson! She keeps the series exciting!
The Valkyrie chronicles is my favorite series by Erik, the emotional rollercoaster is off the charts with this one.
"great continuation to an awesome story"
awesome can't wait for more!the story just keeps getting better, I'm looking forward to seeing the other Olympians
"Seventy Two Hours audio"
Battle for existence
I like how Erik brings a new race to each book. It helps keep it fresh and exiting and opens up many story line options.
she kept me engaged and managed to make it easy to tell emotions In her voice and different people in a conversation
"Existing, Each Valkyrie Book is better than last."
Erik Schubach writing, his/her writing is so very good that it keeps you on the each of your sit even if this stuff is tacky. The writing is sound.
Cara - I love that it starts with her death the re-tells the story in a new way starting 72 hours earlier. It's great.
She does the voices perfect, and the funny little expressions. She is just cool.
The end of the story when Cara is storming through and it looks like she will die, only Spoiler**********
Erik Schubach body of work is amazing whether it's his music of the soul, Valkyrie tales, Bridge Troll or whatever, He/She is just amazing in his out put of lesbian young adult fiction that even older adults like me can love (I know what the hell is this old enough to be my grandmother dyke doing listening to this, well she loves it, and wishes she could of read this stuff when she was growing up and was like 13 or 14 and could dream about someday meeting Ms Right. ) Nancy Drew and Trixie Dixon was as close as I could get.
"Some hiccups in narration"
Great story. Love the series and the narrator. Holly seemed to hesitate on a few sentences, and I think it would have been best to reread. Other than that, great job by everyone involved.
"Near death experiences abound"
I thought the continuing story of kara and Kate's family could have been given more time but that would probably slowed the pace too much.
The ongoing mystery of Pegasus is fun. Can't wait for the next audible book.
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