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  • Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asguard

    I think it was a very good book, and my niece loved it. Its a great book. Hope you like it! (P.S. watch my video on plant life. Its very good.)

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    72 person found this review helpful

    72 people found this review helpful

    72 of 87 people found this review helpful

  • Awsone

    Just awsome all around it gives thrill and a intresting plot twist 100% a good read

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    27 person found this review helpful

    27 people found this review helpful

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  • Magnus Chase Rev

    It was a amazing read. It had some comedy and t also had some very seriouz and emotional parts. I learned some new and cool stuff about norse mythology. I loved it <3

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    22 person found this review helpful

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  • Rick Riordan brings us the Norse myths!

    I'm a big fan of Rick Riordan--his Percy Jackson series and the Heroes of Olympus series unite Greek and Roman mythology with the YA desire for action and friendship and even budding romance.. So I was excited to learn that Riordan is turning to Norse mythology for this series--and since Magnus Chase is a cousin to Annabeth Chase from the first two series, I can see some potential crossovers ahead. I taught mythology in high school for 31 years--and the Norse vision is a darker one than that of the Greeks and Romans. Just think how different Beowulf is from The Iliad, and you'll get an idea of the different tone to this book. Still, Riordan keeps his great sense of humor; the entrance to the world tree Ygdrasil is in the Boston Commons statue dedicated to “Make Way for Ducklings.” :-)

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    28 person found this review helpful

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  • magnus chase

    It wasn't as good as the percy jackson books but was still a good read. I love how he throws humour in even if the characters are in deep peril.

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