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As the world comes tumbling down around them, Loki and Amy manage to develop their quirky and uneven relationship, to some degree. It would have been interesting to see if it would have blossomed or crashed and burned. I suspect the latter, since "Nothing he plans works out quite the way he intends" .....
There is no graphic sex, for which I am very grateful. I find that it gets tedious and redundant very quickly.
Amy loves her spider mouse. Cuddly, as well as being a useful weapon, rolled into a soft little ball ..... with eight legs .....
With a crisp and uncluttered writing style, CG makes the two worlds vivid. The action speeds along. No rest for the weary .....
After all the walls have tumbled down, Amy has the profound and magical experience of healing a unicorn. She realizes that her trials and tribulations have brought to her the knowledge that " To live in a realm wracked with chaos is to live with pain, anguishing memories and trolls. But it also means living with unicorns ....." Kinda makes it all worth, doesn't it ?
** This series must be read in order ! **
** In The Balance - novella/3.5 is highly recommended **
** There is an appendix/glossary at the end of Fates/Book IV that is immensely helpful keeping all those god and goddesses straight ! **
** "Like" CG on facebook. It's fun ! ( C. Gockel ) **
The books aren't long and they do tend to cliffhanger but that doesn't bother me.
This book contains no sex scenes, and virtually no swearing. That said, it has adult situations, and mentions of mythological tales.
Interesting twist on the myths. Loki is the HERO. It was great to see Loki personified in these books.
The characters are richly drawn and it is easy to suspend disbelief about the existence of gods and magic. The slow reveal of more and more Norse mythology tie-ins to current day life was just really cool.
Ms. Gockel is proof that the self published authors can put out something every bit as good as the big name publishers. I'm keeping this author on my watch list.
The characters of Amy and Loki are so well developed that they felt like real people. The fact that they are not permitted to have more than a fleeting taste of happiness saddens me. I am hoping that this will change in the upcoming books. I liked Beatrice and Steve because they added that much needed sanity to the insanity that always travels with chaos. This book was named correctly, because there certainly was a lot of chaos throughout the story. Also, some ends were tied up very nicely –sorry, no spoilers here—you have to read it for yourself.
I wasn't thrilled at the ending to part II because it didn't seem like a stopping point. However, the book is action-packed and the plot moves swiftly and seamlessly along, so I can't point to a better place to stop. Since III was already downloaded, I could continue unimpeded, so it was not a big deal.
I love the author's ability to weave the tendrils of enjoyable reading into a rich tapestry that has depth for the characters and the world, (or in this case, the universe). I don't want to read a snippet of what's to come... I greedily want more books that follow Loki, Hoenir, Thor, Amy, Beatrice, Liddell, the magical animals and magical creatures.
Not a good book to read on vacation because you might never leave your room. Consider yourself forewarned! :)
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