Ragnarok: I Bring the Fire, Book 6 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Loki vowed that Asgard would burn.
Bohdi Patel, latest incarnation of Chaos, wants nothing to do with Loki's psychotic oath. Stranded on the icy world of Jotunheim with Amy Lewis, his friend Steve Rogers, and an unlikely band of civilians, magical beings, and elite military, Bohdi just wants to keep himself and his friends alive - but when you're Chaos incarnate, even the simplest goals are complicated. If Jotunheim doesn't kill them, Odin will. And if Odin doesn't, the secrets they harbor might.
In the final installment of the I Bring the Fire series, Bohdi, Amy, Steve, and their companions learn that Chaos cannot be contained, some secrets cannot be kept, and some vows cannot be broken.
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|Listening Length||20 hours and 58 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||July 18, 2016|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #264,380 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,713 in Fairy Tale Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#3,267 in Urban Fantasy
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Ms Gockel has created an exciting world built on the Norse myths but brought them into our current time for the story to have a fresh approach. Here in Ragnarok, there are many characters truly frightened at what this must mean... the end of the world or apocalypse? Or does it really mean something else?
All of the characters meet challenges in the fight to save their known worlds and preserve their way of life... though others may differ as to what this can entail. The story moved along very quickly, and there was never a dull moment! There are many twists and turns - and you won't see what is coming until it hits you! It was such a wonderful story that I hated to see it end! (I will more than likely come back and read it again as it was such a wonderful series!)
Why do I love this story and the series? There are great characters who grow and roll with what is thrown at them - they discover they are more than they had originally believed of themselves... The characters are well developed and they are indeed more real in that they are NOT perfect - even the Asgardian "gods". There are moments where they question what they were told is right when the evidence seems to point in another direction.
I love the Norse myths, and the author has taken these myths and turned them into a great epic saga where there is more than we had known from the stories. Her version brings the stories to life in a way that is unforgettable. While we may go on an emotional roller coaster with the characters, there are moments of humor to lighten it up when it gets quite heavy.I loved how Loki was portrayed... and his other incarnations!
This is a great read! I recommend this highly as I know I will read it again and again - YES, it is THAT good!!! Enjoy! I just wish there was more!
The trinity has always been an important part of mythology and religion. It is found everywhere and changes with the times. New religions took trinities from paganism and changed it to fit their view. Ms. Grockel is doing exactly the same thing in this series and you find out exactly who the new trinity is in Ragnarok. Even though you think you know, what you don’t know is how they changed in the new worldview.
You will love in love with the characters of Bodhi and Amy especially. They are trying to find their way in the craziest situations. I love how they discover who they are and how they will continue in their new world. I enjoy the humor that is embedded in the story, especially from Bodhi. He has a rare gift of saying things that often makes you laugh or at the very least, smile.
Ragnarok answers the questions set out in the previous books and the answers are not what you thought or expected. You see how loyalty, friendship, love, truth, and family call come together. Even though this part does have a suitable ending, there is still a lot of stories that can be told. I would love to see Ms. Grockel come back to this and continue with Bodhi, Amy, Claire, Fenrir and others. There is a lot of fun adventures that they could go on.
This book is large as the team moves from location to location, but the pace never lagged. I personally enjoyed that the majority of the book didn't hop from group to group, but instead we benefited from different perspectives within the main group.
Gockel was saving up some SERIOUS feels for this final book and, boy, do they pack a punch. A really, very satisfying punch. Be prepared to say goodbye to some series staples, but for a book about the end of the world, the author handles the goodbyes well. Senseless deaths spurn on our team and heroic deaths do the same. Oodles of fuel leading up to some serious destruction at the end. While the book ends with our plot threads tied up neatly (well, as neatly as things can be using Chaos as a thread), Gockel offers a bonus epilogue for her mailing list slated to come out a month from Ragnarok's release!
To my mind, this was the best of the series as we get to see a lot of growth and revelations happen for our main characters (and even secondary characters). I have read this series 3 times now and will continue to keep it handy. This series deserves to have a favored place for those who love a good fiction story with epic flair and deep characterization...and an appreciation for the irreverent :) this is Chaos we're dealing with, after all.
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.
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I actually liked Bodhi for the first time when he realised that Loki never really loved Amy or was too scared to love a short living human. But I didn't understand why everybody knew Bodhi is the incarnation of Loki except Amy. She dismisses it each time her nose is pooked into it. The character Amy is a big disappointment too. From the tough and clever girl to a memory playback mouse who thinks everybody sees her weak. What a shame.
Also, Beatrice got on my nerves with her intervening Bodhi and Amy, as well as Steve with his manipulations of the team. All this parallelity was annoying because it is obvious there is a change in the trinity but it takes 3 books for it to happen, with a lot slow motion inbetween. They felt like a remake with lesser actors.
I guess in the end it made sense....
Although I wasn't a big fan of book 4, 5& 6, this series is still fantastic, a really good attempt on the Norse mythology together with newest scientific research. It's a shame that book 3 didn't end on a happy end and just stopped. Book 4-6 just didn't make up to the high standard and fantastic read of the previous ones.
I know there's a few off shoots, but the main books have finished 😢😢😢😢😢😢
It was a great conclusion, bringing all the main characters together.
Amy and Bohdi finally know what they are, Chaos and Creator.
Steve, well that's a shock.
Bea still going strong, a few magical upgrades to her.
Massive surprise about Rush in the end.
All their new friends and families together.
The plot is fast paced and well thought out with believable characters, i found myself fully immersed in the world that the author has created and could not put this book down.
If you have read the other books in the series you will not be disappointed as this ties up the series beautifully, if you have not read the other books in the series get the first book you will not regret it!
I am really looking forward to reading everything else the author has published and would like to thank her for sharing her art and talent with us the readers.