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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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Wow

Honestly, this might be one of the best books I've read all year, narrated by one of my favorite narrators. If you have any love for Norse mythology or for the Percy Jackson world, please read Magnus Chase. It's a brilliant trilogy with a diverse set of characters that you can't help but love. All I could ask for is for more of it. Crouch is a fantastic narrator that breathes life into these characters and makes the story sing.

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  • cardex
  • St. Louis MO United States
  • 10-08-17

fire the narrator

the story is great but the narrator can not pronounce anything right. If you are making a book about the einherjar make sure the person you pay to be the voice of the book can say einherjar. If the book also features Nordic gods make sure he can say the names of the gods correctly.

10 of 13 people found this review helpful

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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.

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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I really loved the plot and everything in the plot

I loved this books 1 because the narrator was great but loved the one in the first one more it also had an amazing plot another great Rick Riordan book

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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These books are fun for adults too

Its so fun to listen to his books,they are all such an adventure it's too bad though that he's doesn't have the same narrator much at all.I do happen to really like this guy though someone said he thought Michael did a great job on Mallory's accent-i agree

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Fantastic as ever!

Rick Riordan is always stunning through every book! The narrator embodies every single character perfectly.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Enjoyable, Best Voice of the Series

First off, the voice. I really enjoy Michael Couch's voice with this. He captures each of the characters very nicely, even the females. Christopher Guetig did okay with the first one, but the second guy did NOT pull it off. Michael does the best in that regard. I especially loved his Irish accent for Mallory. The guy who did Hammer of Thor completely forgot about that I suppose. He did Alex's voice well, too.

As for the story itself, it's another blast just as in Riordan's other books, and even though his formula never changes much, you never get tired of it. The only real criticism I have is that its a bit back story heavy. I mean, we get more of Alex's past, as well as a bit of Magnus'. We also get some for ALL of Floor 19: Mallory, Halfborn, and TJ. While I love the back stories for them, especially Mallory, I can't help but feel like it could have been a bit more spread out, either in some new books or in Sword of Summer and Hammer of Thor. I mean, Magnus sits and has a talk with EACH of them, and they just tell about what happened. Some of it could have been a bit more subtle, like when Magnus heals TJ and sees his mother scolding him, or a nice reveal like what they did with Mallory.

Overall, it was a great story with great narration. I hope this isn't how he ends this series, because there's so much he could do with it. I'm excited for the future of this series!

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Another great book!

Thoroughly enjoyed this book! The narrator did a great job with the voices. I love this series!

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This is a great way of reading without looking at the screen! . . .

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Great Voice Acting

Michael Crouch is a wonderful job creating the voices of all the characters. Amazing how he could perform all the unique personalities. Very made the story come to life.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful