I received this book for free from Author, Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Dead Chaos by T.G. Ayer
Series: The Valkyrie
on October 30, 2013
Genres: Mythology, Paranormal, Young Adult
Source: Author, Blog Tour
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Also by this author: Dead Radiance, Dead Embers
Valkyrie Bryn Halbrook is broken and damaged...
Struggling to accept the loss of her wings, Bryn's not sure if she can be a real Valkyrie anymore. But when a mysterious prophecy claims she will be the reason the All-Father dies, she is determined to ensure the prediction will not come to pass.
A visit to the three fates who live beneath the great Tree of life, sends Bryn racing against time to find the missing Heimdall and his horn. As Odin's life hangs in the balance and Ragnarok draws ever closer, Bryn has to find a way to save Heimdall and Odin before she can discover the truth about who she really is.
In the thrilling conclusion of the Valkyrie series Bryn must battle not only the formidable frost giants and the hated God Loki, but she must also find a balance between what she will lose and what she will gain.
I was so excited to jump back into Bryn’s story. The second book left off with a cliffhanger, so I had to know what was going to happen next.
I absolutely love Bryn’s ferocity. She’s always putting herself last in order to make sure everyone else is okay. I love how romance isn’t a huge part of this book. There is some mixed in, but it’s not the main focus. I think I love Joshua more than I ever have before. Sigrun is still the best friend that Bryn could ask for. She’s learning how to be sarcastic, and has Bryn’s back no matter what.
Dead Chaos is very fast paced. As soon as Bryn, and her team, are done with one mission another comes up. The plot progressed evenly, and I can’t wait for the next book. Especially after that ending. There are some things you start to piece together, but don’t really know until the end. The only thing I didn’t like is that Aiden kind of gets put on the back burner, and I hope we find out why. Or at least, see what he’s discovered.
The Valkyrie series is great for those that love mythology. It’s definitely refreshing with its Norse roots.
Further down the table were a row of microscopes, and stacks of little jars containing blood samples. It horrified me to think that part of my body had undergone this extent of experimentation. As if I were a monstrosity.
“This is what makes Midgardians a barbaric race.” A voice penetrated the haze of violent anger that surged through me.
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