The Apples of Idunn

The Apples of Idunn Odin Jarl of an Aesir tribe earns the attention of a goddess by slaying a giant His valor prompts her to give him the apples of immortality in return for marching against the gods of Vanaheim He mus

  • Title: The Apples of Idunn
  • Author: Matt Larkin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Odin, Jarl of an Aesir tribe, earns the attention of a goddess by slaying a giant His valor prompts her to give him the apples of immortality in return for marching against the gods of Vanaheim He must risk everything to overthrow those he once worshipped, but doing so offers him the only chance to free the world from the mists of Niflheim And before he can march on godOdin, Jarl of an Aesir tribe, earns the attention of a goddess by slaying a giant His valor prompts her to give him the apples of immortality in return for marching against the gods of Vanaheim He must risk everything to overthrow those he once worshipped, but doing so offers him the only chance to free the world from the mists of Niflheim And before he can march on gods, he must make his own people see him as one.

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    1. Matt was born and raised in Virginia, and graduated from the College of William and Mary there His lifelong love of fantasy began with The Hobbit This led him to start writing his own stories at a young age His primary influences are mythology and history He now lives in Florida with his wife.

    2. Mythology Buffs will love this book from Mythic Fantasy writer Matt Larkin. Taking the old tales of the Norse gods both from folk tales and the Eddas themselves Larkin weaves a tale of the beginning of the Aesir Gods. As the story opens, Odin is an arrogant, vulgar, thugish Jarl (chief) of a nomadic tribe of Aesir - The Wodanaz. His one driving purpose is to revenge the death of his father Borr at the hands of Ymir, the frost giant. The author takes the revenge quest as a trigger for the events [...]

    3. Taking from the Norse gods of old, Larkin gives you an exciting and entertaining view into the before they were gods time. Odin, Loki and many more that were to be gods in a time of their own humanity. Before Odin became a god and his life was but a short period of time in the lives of the immortal. This story even goes into very major detail of many of the legends that began with the gods of werewolves, and spirits. This read kept me reading to the end. I could barely sit the book down long eno [...]

    4. I received a review copy through LibraryThing's 'Member Giveaway'.A well written, steadily paced, captivating novel. With a new twist on ancient tales Larkin explores the world of Odin and Frigg, and other characters we recognise from the halls of Valhalla, and follows their journey from mortality to immortality.For me it invoked the wonder of the old legends and, despite being an original take (as far as my limited knowledge understands), satisfied an interest in their origins that I never knew [...]

    5. I was gripped by this book. I liked it. It's good.What Larkin does brilliantly is atmosphere, a driving plot and a sense of the supernatural. If you are looking for subtle characterization and likable characters, look elsewhere. But that's not what this is about. This is about the mythic and the heroic. And that's done superbly here.The folk in this novel are pretty coarse and brutal. It's believable (always a strange term in fantasy), given the hardships they endure. But if you don't like that [...]

    6. An intriguing take on the Scandinavian mythology, in which lines are porous between men & gods, and all mythological denizens have additional quirks beyond the descriptions in the sagas - it’s worth the read. My problem is that while the book started slow, the pace picked up, and the reader was left hanging in wait for the next volume (not my favorite thing).Still, good read, and I’ll wait for book2.

    7. This is a boring rehash of Norse mythology, with the predictable conflicts between immortals. Very predictable.

    8. It was okay, I kind of enjoyed it. Really enjoyed Loki's character (no surprise there though) Except for the descriptions of action and all the sex talk, it read like a young adult book. There was nothing graphic, the "romances" were too perfect, and oh, I don't really know how to say it. I think what I mean is, it felt more like a romance novel. I might be too critical. I figured there would be action and sex, but it was more than I care to read. Some things are better left implied. I really li [...]

    9. I got the book for free, so I did not have much expectations. I ended reading it up in a couple of days - it was fast paced and a lot of fun. Essentially a retelling of Norse myths, of which I knew bits and pieces, but put together in the format of a classic epic adventure. It follows the ascent of Odin from chieftain of a small nomadic tribe of Norsemen, to a King in the threshold of Godhood. The cast of Norse mythological characters are all rendered with true human dimension and complex person [...]

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