A sequel to Wolfsangel doesn't disappoint. The action is fast-paced and up until the very end the reader is trying to guess which character has which role in rehearsal of Ragnarok. The attention to historical details that the author puts in the book is great and he really successfully translates the medieval world on the pages of the book.
Especially fascinating is the characterization of the Fenrir and moral dilemmas he faces as he tries to fight the Wolf inside him. It makes a reader feel much more sympathy to the Wolf then in the first book where he is simply the beast.
If you liked the unique mixture of Nordic mythology and historical fantasy in Wolfsangel you will love Fenrir.