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Path of Gods In this raucous fantasy epic set at during the era when the Vikings fearlessly sailed the world s seas, mead flowed freely, and Gods walked the earth, companions Audun Arngrimsson and Ulfar Thormodsson are reunited after separate journeys of self discoveryIn Trondheim, King Olav, self appointed champion of the White Christ, grows restless in the wake of a significant victory and finds his faith tested further as he struggles to maintain the peace With his garrison decimated and his forces surrounded by deceitful, grasping local chieftains, the King contemplates how best and where to spread the word of his GodReunited after their quests to discover the contours of their newfound immortality, Audun and Ulfar have a new sense of purpose to ensure that the North remains in the hands of those who keep to the old ways of Odin, Thor, and Loki To do so, they must take on a powerful adversary who will stop at nothing to put an end to age old traditions in the name of the White Christ Audun and Ulfar are about to do battle with the most powerful enemy they have ever faced, and if they are to have any chance of victory, they must find equally powerful alliesMeanwhile in the North, touched by the trickster god, something old, malevolent, and very, very angry stirs



10 thoughts on “Path of Gods

  1. says:

    Finished Snorri can turn out a nice line or two the silence spread like blood on a stone His mouth moved, and old words snuck back into the world on a whisper sharp noises of metal on metal skipping across the sea like flat stones on a lake One thing I hadn t properly understood until this third book when I quizzed the author is quite how tightly the bones of the story are bound


  2. says:

    Firstly some of the trials tribulations of getting hold of this Been on hold missing lost recovered loaned out to two other people first after recovered. but hey Ive been On hold since October No.1 in the queue This better be good Oh dear. I think the Old Gods were trying to tell me something with all the delays..The first few chapters which eventually turns into the 50% mark you are


  3. says:

    Originally posted at so we are brought to the third story in the awesome The Vahalla Saga Snorri Kristjansson managed to completely win me over with his debut Swords of Good Men, which was also my first Jo Fletcher title I reviewed it must have been destiny , and last year with the sequel Blood will Follow he managed to astound me once again The sequel was a bit different in tone but evena


  4. says:

    I think this one was the best of the series I read it in a day, it felt so light Just like it should Many historical books put in useless facts that drags down the book Here he balanced it well, I felt like I was there, and then he mixed it with mythology and made it believable.Audun and Ulfar are back together They are still immortal, and they know that things are happening A big showdown is c


  5. says:

    A perfect ending to the Valhalla saga.If you are still reading by book three of a trilogy the chances are you are going to like the ending and be forgiving of any let downs or untidiness in the completion of the story There is nothing at all requiring that understanding the book is beautifully written with lots of thought provoking side plot twists and builds to it s inevitable ending in a manner th


  6. says:

    I took quite a large break between reading the second book and starting the third That might have been part of my problem I liked some parts just fine I just didn t really love any of it It built up all this anticipation for this big fight between a few of the main characters and then just ended I really would have enjoyed being a witness to that fight It made it quite anticlimactic for me.


  7. says:

    A good ending to the saga But not as good as the Sigurd and Raven series by Giles Kristian.


  8. says:

    Absolutely bloody brilliant Great characters, superb action, amazing battles and sparkling dialogue Combined with a cleverly and well crafted plot that is full of surprises and a good dash of humour A fine and fitting end for all involved, some remarkable plot twists that neatly bring the characters and storyline full circle with great storytelling This final book was packed full of Norse mythical references and I


  9. says:

    c2015 FWFTB Sweden, Forkbeard, faith, family, Ragnarok OK So, this was one of those books where for most of the book I had absolutely no idea what was going on No what has gone before and the author does not give a continental He throws you in to the story with no care whatsoever and its a wild ride The trouble is that I didn t even care The story is riveting and the battle fight sequences sparsely described but breath


  10. says:

    A really interesting blending of historical fiction and mythology.A great finish to what has been an entertaining series.Snorri writes a damned good scrap and the fight scenes as with all the series are worth the read alone.A nice cheeky ending as well.


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