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Rise of Jotunheim (Odinsmal)

3.50  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Forced to flee from his home on the island of Algir Oya, young Odin finds that the evil he'd barely escaped is already causing death and destruction on mainland Midgard. In a bid for survival, the humans of Midgard have united and taken up arms in a battle which Odin unwillingly must join against the forces of Jotunheim whose ruthless ruler, Loki, is enslaving humans to mi ...more
Kindle Edition, 473 pages
Published March 31st 2017
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May 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
A very good book, I am not much of a fantasy fan but I really enjoyed the book. It was a bit slow at the beginning but then it picked up the pace, I read the last half of the book in one night!.
Nada Sobhi
Feb 03, 2018 rated it liked it
Odinsmal, the Rise of Jotunheim by Sammy Zakaria is a tale of Norse mythology, unlike the popular Marvel comics and movies we have been watching for years.

The story follows Odin, a young warrior from the distant realm of Algir Oya. It opens with Odin’s father preparing to attack Jotun soldiers, but his plan fails because of wolf-like beasts called berserkers that were created and brought by the Jotun. After that Odin and two of his friends are forced to flee after their land is attac
Susan Keefe
Jun 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing
A wonderful adventure into Norse mythology

This intriguing adventure takes the reader on an incredible journey into the realms of Norse mythology, one which will never be forgotten.

The story begins on the island of Algir Oya where a seventeen year old halfbreed Odin, is angry because his father Bor has refused to let him take part in an ambush against Jotun General Farbauti, and his men. Bitterly disappointed, Odin is left with strict instructions from his father to look a
L. S.
Feb 11, 2018 rated it liked it
The Jotun are slowly taking over their lands. After a failed ambush, Odin and the few remaining survivors flee. Once seeking refuge, they find themselves in the hold of a plot bigger than they could have imagined—especially for Odin.

There’s a lot that went on at the beginning; a battle scene to immediately take the readers’ breath away and keep them turning pages. Yet, somehow it fell short of the desired effect. Don’t get me wrong—the opening was still interesting. It just didn’t have that hyp
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