Books One to Three of Sons of Odin: Revised Edition
Book One is Free as an ebook within the Revised Edition, and is an updated version from the original. Books Two, Three and Four, have also all been enhanced in the writing style, grammar and sentence structure, as well as magic systems, enhanced battle scenes, character descriptions and history of the fantasy world of Kismeria.
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Top retailers such as iTunes, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and Scribd all have copies to sample, that include the entire Book One, and some sample chapters of Book Two. The complete Books One to Three E-Book even includes two sample chapters of Book Four.
L. A. Hammer
In the opening volume of a complex new fantasy series, Hammer offers readers lavish battles, dizzying amounts of gore, and a system of magical patrons called Battle Angels that fans of the Final Fantasy video games should enjoy. Hammer’s prose is often dense with imagery, as when “Anna, the crew,” and“the bushland were all swallowed by a vortex of light and shadows,” and “the light exploded into tiny filaments ofburning gold and white energies.” The battles, during which the Sons of Odin—and Jean, the Daughter of Thor—summon superpowered guardians, are splatterfests (demons are blasted “into dust and smoke, torn flesh and large spurts of dark blood”). - Kirkus Reviews
Book Two of the Sons of Odin; Druantia's Curse: Revised Edition
Book Two and Three have been edited and revised also, and re-released as part of the Revised Editions. Kirkus and BlueInk both gave points of praise for Book Two.
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Druantia’s Curse is entertaining and full of surprises—from wormholes to vampires—but it requires dedication to track all of the subplots. Casual readers of fantasy may be
frustrated by the wealth of detail, but diehard fans will appreciate the Robert Jordanesque layering of characters, relationships and lands that brings Kismeria to life. - BlueInk Reviews
In this second installment of Hammer’s(Odin’s Awakening, 2014) epic fantasy series, the complexities of magical warfare and romantic loyalties continue.Taking center stage once again, however, are the action sequences. They’re akin to panoramic oil paintings of orgiastic chaos, as when “Hawks, Crows and Pixies broke away from the Shadow Men to punch through vampire chests in bright flares....Skulls exploded on impact, limbs falling as torn debris.” These scenes are balanced by explorations of the heart,considering that “love comes second to power” for Adem. Hammer also delights in creating elaborate names for characters and magical maneuvers, like “Black Owl Swoops” and Calliestra Shadowheart. The use of time-travel and other twists—like the fallout from a romantic triangle among Adem, Jean, and Princess Isabella—deftly prepares fans for a rousing sequel.This immersive, colorful, and action-oriented fantasy series smoothly maintains its rapid pace. - Kirkus Reviews
Book Three of the Sons of Odin; Arawn's Carnage: Revised Edition
Book Three is also available in E-Book format, from most top online retailers, including those at the links listed below.
Book Three concludes the first half of the main series, with epic battles against all manner of vampires, werewolves, demons and possession spirits, ending in a showdown with Dark One at Kerak'Otozi.
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In his third installment of the series, Hammer continues to tap a vein of phantasmagoric mayhem that should mesmerize video gamers and fans of the Lord of the Rings alike. Nearly every page displays eye-popping battle visuals: “Lightning filled the sky, a rainbow of coloured bolts, a thousand falling every second to turn the grey haze into a bright neon flare.” – Kirkus Reviews
The underlying themes of humanity’s imperfection and the individual’s struggle toward a truer self permeate this narrative, which sets the heroes in a new direction. – Kirkus Reviews
Provides an action-packed turning point in the series and sets the stage for fresh adventures. – Kirkus Reviews
Book Four of the Sons of Odin; Balor's Might: Revised Edition.
Book Four was recently edited and enhanced in the Revised Edition, a far superior version.
Book Four of the Sons of Odin begins the second half of the main series, when our Heroes return to Kismeria, to discover that the Power is no longer available to most wielders, and that their Battle Angels are significantly weakened, following a thousand year Age of Chaos.
Book Four is also available as an ebook from most retailers, as well as printed paperback versions through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Xlibris and more.
Opening this fourth installment on Earth, Hammer (Arawn’s Carnage, 2015, etc.) teases a different kind of narrative. It’s not long, however, before his love for mystical carnage reasserts itself. In the hospital, Adem encounters a shadowy figure whose voice was “devastating to behold” and “made him feel that his skin and flesh were being peeled off by the dark energies.” This novel follows a beat similar to the prior three, in which armies are assembled, personal demons lay exposed—like Adem dwelling on his affair with Isabelle—and vast battles engulf the land. Plot quirks include the Time Strider Elarja Rinhannen’s trip into the past, and the widespread use of the tainted Dark Trail magic. – Kirkus Reviews
Dedicated fans should rejoice. – Kirkus Reviews
Though this tale begins with a unique rhythm, the author’s fantasy tropes draw it back into the series’ fold. – Kirkus Reviews
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