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Slaves of Valhalla

Prometheus Wars Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
Series: The Prometheus Wars , Book 2
Length: 13 hrs and 16 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Fenrir the wolf howls. Bifrost beckons. And Wes answers. 

The enigmatic Australian SAS commando awakens into a maelstrom of death and destruction, his memory in tatters, and his former friend and companion dead. 

In his hunt for answers, Wes uncovers much more than he was searching for, and enters a war which could see the entire planet destroyed as beasts of ice and perils from outside our realm of reality threaten humanity's very existence. 

Wes must try to find a way to stop a foe that cannot be stopped, and will use anything at his disposal to ensure mankind is not reduced to slavery by the creatures that founded some of the most terrifying fables of all time.

©2012 Luke Romyn (P)2019 Tantor

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Fantastic!!

Absolutely Gripping from beginning to End!!! I'm a huge Fan of Greek & Norse Mythology and Love time travel as well. The ending though was unexpected part of me saw it coming!!!

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You need more Wes in your life

Luke Romyn is a master storyteller. His earlier works not withstanding. He crafts his characters as players upon a modern stage of heroic ancient myth. His villainous Prometheus returns and once again drags Wes and Talbot across the gates between realities and time. This time, it could be the destruction of the very fabric of reality unless the enigmatic Wes can save the day. More Giants. More titans. More Fun than ever before.

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