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In Liesmith, a a€œwildly entertaining debut novel . . . guaranteed to resonate with fans of mythopoeic fantasy from the likes of J.R.R. Tolkien, George R. R. Martin, and Neil Gaimana€ (Library Journal), Alis Franklin introduced a band of charming, unforgettable heroes. Now theya€™re playing host to reincarnated Norse gods who are settling ancient grudges in the twenty-first century. Ragnaroka€”aka the end of the worlda€”was supposed to doom the gods as well. Instead, it was a cosmic rebooting. Now low-level IT tech and comic-book geek Sigmund Sussman finds himself an avatar of a Norse goddess. His boyfriend, the wealthy entrepreneur Lain Laufeyjarson, is channeling none other than Loki, the trickster god. His best friends, Em and Wayne, harbor the spirits of slain Valkyries. Cool, right? The problem is, the gods who survived the apocalypse are still arounda€”and they dona€™t exactly make a great welcoming committee. The children of Thor are hellbent on reclaiming their scattered birthright: the gloves, belt, and hammer of the Thunder God. Meanwhile, the dwarves are scheming, the giants are pissed, and the goddess of the dead is demanding sanctuary for herself and her entire realm. Caught in the coils of the Wyrd, the ancient force that governs gods and mortals alike, Sigmund and his crew are suddenly facing a second Ragnarok that threatens to finish what the first one started. And all that stands in the way are four nerds bound by courage, love, divine powers, and an encyclopedic knowledge of gaming lore. Praise for Stormbringer a€œAn engaging read, suitable for YA audiences [and] for those who enjoy mythology and complex relationships.a€a€”Libromancera€™s Apprentice a€œAnother great volume of this series . . . I really loved this book . . . and I will be looking forward to reading more.a€a€”A Shared Brain Cell a€œWhile I really enjoyed Liesmith, I loved Stormbringer. . . . [Therea€™s] plenty of action and more than a few sweet moments. . . . Ia€™m looking forward to whatever is next.a€a€”SF Crowsnest a€œI can highly recommend Stormbringer. . . . Franklin has pretty much cemented herself in my virtual buy-everything-they-release headspace.a€a€”Between Once Upon a Time and Ever After a€œLike Liesmith, [Stormbringer] ends with a surprising bang, and goes nowhere that anyone involved, including the reader, ever imagined. And ita€™s utterly cool.a€a€”Reading RealityBook 2 of the Wyrd Alis Franklin. Forseti knew. Sigmund kept coming back to that. He knew... maybe not exactly what ... Fuck this Game of Thrones bullshit. Sigmund was just about ready to find Lain and get the fuck outta here as fast as theanbsp;...

Author: Alis Franklin
Publisher:Hydra - 2015-07-21

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