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Death's Daughter: The Banished Gods: Book Four (The Banished Gods Series 4) Kindle Edition
She'd burn the world down for him.
He'd save it for her.
Hunter Wallace’s luck just went from bad to worse. Case in point? The immortal god she’s avoided for centuries has become her only hope for survival.
Tyr left Hunter’s home in ruins and her people dead. Everything he touched was poison, costing her everything she’d ever loved. She knew if she ever saw him again, she’d kill him on sight. But when New York is razed to the ground, and her entire team killed, she has no choice but to go to him for help.
Destined to a life of endless conflict, Tyr never forgot the fierce Scottish princess he left behind. But a thousand years hasn’t dimmed her hatred for him—and when she shows up on his doorstep—he discovers that flame still burns bright.
With her home reduced to ashes and a heart haunted by the past, Hunter’s joins forces with the immortal god whose life has been forever intertwined with hers, while she tries not to fall in love with the male who betrayed her.
In a world ravaged by war, Hunter discovers why Tyr’s greatest treachery was also his greatest gift.
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- ASIN : B07XLNXJN2
- Publisher : Fools Journey Press; 2nd edition (October 15, 2019)
- Publication date : October 15, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2642 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 329 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #722,211 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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This is a dystopian story filled with Gods, Godesses, elves, witches, you name it. And it all works without getting muddled in confusing mythology. It was a joy to read about Odin and his family. McGinnis took the mythology and turned it on its head. It's simplified, concentrating on relationships and winning the war that has devastated Earth. There's a huge monster, the God of Chaos, that has destroyed everything in its' wake. The story revolves around the fight, and the men and women desperate to save the world. It's magnificent in the battle scenes, creating a much better picture than anything from Marvel studios. These people are fierce and brave, and the emotional toll of the war is palpable.
This is a relatively new author, and she writes with style and finesse, making every scene dance off the page. She makes these supernatural beings human in the way they fight for each other's lives. I was riveted. It flowed beautifully from one chapter to the next, with surprises that made a real difference in the storyline. I can't wait to read the series from book one. This author is a wonderfully fresh new face in the paranormal fantasy genre.
This is an interesting take on the gods mythology. There's a mix of magic and technology in use here which I did not expect. Gods driving Hummers and having trouble with comms. The gods may be immortal, but they can be hurt and even killed if they're not careful. And boy can they be stupid but omnipotence is not very interesting and this is an interesting bunch. There's plenty of infighting, suspense and drama along with a little romance and some sex too. The ending wraps up things up pretty well but there's obviously more to this story and it piqued my interest enough that it looks like I'll have to swing back around to the beginning of the series to see how the gods got themselves into this mess.
I received a free copy of this book via BookSirens and am voluntarily leaving a review.
When the Orubus finally attacks, Hunter throws herself between the evil and Tyr to save his life, knowing that she was forfeiting her own. But one more deal....
If you are an urban fantasy fan, or a romance fan, you will enjoy this series with the Norse gods fighting the evil. The edge-of-your-seat action and the all or nothing love between these warriors will win you over. I don’t recommend reading out of order because of the main story arc and the recurring characters.
I received an ARC and am voluntarily leaving this honest review.
The Norse gods are used in this series, but this in the only book in the series, I have read. Loki and Thor seem to be minor characters in this book, which threw me off. Loki is described as manipulative but not the god of mischief and is a trusted member of the group. I don't remember Thor ever being described as the god of thunder, he is just a member of the group and has no leadership status. While I was immediately pulled into the novel, it took me a few chapters to warm up to Hunter. Once I better understood her motivation, I started to like her. I immediately like Tyr, he respected Hunter's skills from the very beginning. He wants to keep her safe, but isn't stifling.