Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard | Rick RiordanR ick Riordan is back with a new mythology, Magnus Chase. After wrapping up his series Heroes of Olympus last year, he is finally back with his new writing based on Norse mythology. All of his books are equally hilarious and the best quality with the correct mixture of myth and fiction. Long gone are the days when a child shows absolutely no interest in their own history class when the teacher talks about Greek or Roman god, or just about any mythology actually. It begins with a brief introduction of Magnus Chase, similar to what older readers get in Percy Jackson. It shares the same thrill and fun. So the book begins by introducing a character called Magnus Chase who is almost 16 and has been homeless for almost 2 years now.
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And it is just as tense and funny and gripping as the first two, bringing the saga to a satisfying stopping point. Magnus Chase is not having the most peaceful afterlife of all time. Not for him is an eternity spent perpetually fighting to the temporary death that the other half-Norse gods get to enjoy in the comfort of Hotel Valhalla. Instead, he gets to save the world. Or at least, he gets to put off Ragnarok, the end of the world for a while longer…not that he volunteered for the job.
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MAGNUS CHASE AND THE GODS OF ASGARD: THE SWORD OF SUMMER BY RICK RIORDAN