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In the third book in Rick Riordan's epic Norse mythology series, Magnus and his friends take a boat trip to the farthest borders of Jotunheim and Niflheim in pursuit of Asgard's greatest threat. Life preservers are mandatory for this wet, wild, and wondrous adventure.

©2017 Rick Riordan (P)2017 Listening Library

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Awesome!!!

Absolutely loved it! Another brilliant work by Rick Riordan. Great lessons of life. Loyalty, power of friendship, bravery, and heroism. Was a little skeptical initially of the narrator but he Blossom throughout the book. Great Great character development. A fantastic read! Only problem is I power through these books too quickly. Sad there is not yet a fourth book as the third just came out. Highly recommended!

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reader is ok

the 1st reader was better in magnus chase sword of summer. this one seems mono toned great story by rick riordan just wish reader sounded more excited and had more then 1 voice for characters

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Brilliant

Enjoyed so much . Wonderful story. Magnus, Alex, Sam and gang are some of my favorites. And I will be wishing for more books in the future , please....

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Horrible Narration

The story is a good conclusion to the trilogy from a story point of view. However, the narrator really ruins it. The voices don’t match the personalities, and it was constantly taking me out of the story, and that almost never happens with me.

This one just needs to be re-recorded.

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Good but seems to be getting more political.

It was a good book as always. My only complaint being, how much sjw stuff that's being forced in to the book regardless if it makes sense or not. I don't really care about there topic, it's fine to add those traits to the characters, it just felt like the whole book is being built around them instead of the conflict alot of the time.

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sooooo good

it is the best book ever in the series they could not have made it better

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Michael Crouch not Good for this story

The Narration was not good he sounded board and the characters sound the same. :(

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worst reading ever

I'm not sure if the narrator has no emotion, was heavily medicated, or if the director had them give the delivery that dry on purpose. Ruins a perfectly good story.

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Good but wanting more

The book was a fun adventure. The narrator was good like always. I'm just happy they keep the same narrator. Only think I have to nitpick about is that the story feels short compared to all of Mr. Riordans other books. It could just be me though wanting more, I enjoy the Norse gods and any reface to the others gods book are a fun through in. I hope the Author dose more book with Magnus and maybe have a big cross over with the Percy and theGreek/Roman gods and the Kane's. I mean it's a long time until ragnarok so there can be many more adventure.

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Predictable and preachy

The story is predictable and preachy. The issues rammed down your throat are important but the text lacks subtlety. The focus becomes about the different issues regarding race, religion, and sexual orientation rather than using these differences to create a good narrative.

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