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Hel Hath No Fury

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For some, the worst enemy one can have is family. Make it a family of gods and the results aren’t just deadly, but biblical. Hel, the Norse underworld goddess, has that kind of family. Odin, her uncle, cursed her into their underworld then Loki, her father, took it over, making her the one thing all gods fear—human. There was one, though, who was willing to help her, only ...more
Kindle Edition, 164 pages
Published (first published March 31st 2010)
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Nov 18, 2012 Kimberly rated it it was amazing
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Every family has problems, but when it’s a family of gods, things can go from bad to disasters of apocalyptic proportions in minutes.

Hel, the Norse underworld goddess, has just suffered a hostile takeover of her realm by none other than her father, Loki. Hel’s been kicked out of her realm and she has to get it back. Her only ally is her counterpart from a different pantheon, a male she doesn’t
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