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No one returns from Hel.

Hermod aims to change that.

With Baldr’s death, Ragnarok has begun. Now, Odin has one last desperate gambit: To send Hermod to the farthest reaches of creation to bring back his son’s soul.

The son of a valkyrie, Hermod alone can make such a trek. But to do so he must descend into horrors beyond imagination.

But even if he makes it there, can he make back?

You’ll love this grim fantasy because it retells classic Norse myths in a whole new way.

Get it now.

©2018 Matt Larkin (P)2020 Matt Larkin

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Buy a hammer with this book !!!

The entire series is wonderful, every time i touch a hammer, (pretty much daily), i want to smash a f****** jotunn!
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Another great story

Plenty of character development in this audiobook my only regret is that I wish I had gotten the bundle package instead of buying individual books would’ve been much cheaper🤣... but apart from that I’ve enjoyed the stories. A interesting look into what it means to be a gods. What is a God, how would you define being a god!. And all the problem that entails!.