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    An Interesting Read!

    3.5 stars This was a very interesting read. I haven't read about Norse mythology before and the only other "interaction" I have had is through Marvel's Thor movies. I thought it to be really engaging in the beginning, but I felt the story slowed down a little bit for me after that. I think that "slowing point" was after a decision Euthalia made which greatly annoyed/angered me and lost some of my motivation to keep reading. It wasn't until the last quarter of the book that I felt completely "enthralled" by the book. (Totally a pun right there for those who have read it). I just felt that Euthalia should have gone back to a certain person FIRST before doing all these other things that happen. I did learn that part of that plot was based on a Greek myth and explains why Euthalia did what she did, but I didn't agree with it and took me a while to feel a connection with her again. Now I will say that I'm very glad I stuck with this book because I thought it had one of the most powerful scenes I have read concerning forgiveness between a married couple. That scene alone made this book very much worth my time!! Though I don't think this book was a great fit for me personally, I strongly see historical readers enjoying this story. The author does a great job of bringing the story to life and would be greatly interested trying out her Asian myth novels. (I did learn a lot of new and accurate things about Loki compared to the movies, which I found quite fascinating.) Recommended to those who want a true romance (with a "nightly" twist of course) mixed in with Norse gods like Thor, Odin, and Loki, who just don't always seem to play fair.
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