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WHACK! When a mystery man lands smack-dab on the front of their ship while flying through space, the Guardians of the Galaxy bring him aboard to take a closer look. Is he an angel? With that eye patch, could he be...a pirate? Turns out it's Thor, the God of Thunder, and he's just as confused by the Guardians as they are by him: a rabbit captaining a ship, and a talking tree he can understand? 

As the most unlikely team this side of the galaxy, the pirate angel, the talking tree, and captain rabbit head off to Nidavellir in hopes of tracking down the dwarves - the only ones who can forge a weapon worthy enough to be wielded by Thor and strong enough to defeat Thanos. 

Alternating between their trip to Nidavellir and Rocket's journal entries, this is the perfect lead-up to Marvel Studios' Avengers: Endgame.

©2019 Marvel (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing

What listeners say about Marvel's Avengers: Endgame: The Pirate Angel, the Talking Tree, and Captain Rabbit

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enjoyed this a lot

good little filler story about the ride to the dying star forge to make storm breaker in infinity war

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It was nice but not great

I liked the idea of this book and would have enjoyed reading it normally but listening to it wasn't so great. the narrator does a great Rocket voice but he does it throughout the whole thing. I know that we're hearing stories from Rocket's perspective in the journal entries but the entries are written with dialogue and stuff. so when every single character has Rocket's voice it gets confusing.

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A fun 2 hours

I liked it was great to hear groots side of things I enjoyed the format of rockets diary but I do wish that Thor had more input in the overall story but as I said in the title it was a good 2 hours of fun