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Read & download µ Idun Sagan om Valhalla ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Har växt sig så stark att hon ser sig själv som Gudinna Freja vägrar att hjälpa honom Men när bud kommer från Vanaheim tvekar hon inte Svartsoten hotar att utplåna människorna påön Freja måste rädda sitt folk Men hennes högmod gör att Mångudinnan vänder Freja ryggen Och Idun Frejas dotter lockas till att överge sin mor Utan Mångudinnan står Freja maktlös I. It s good but not as good as the first book which was amazing This was so dark so grim It was horrible for Idun and me I wanted magic and culture things this was mostly just violence This took me two months to read At least there were some hope left in the end but I don t know how long it will take I still want to try the third part

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Read & download µ Idun Sagan om Valhalla ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Sin svåraste stund får hon hjälp från underjordenDödsgudinnan gör henne till sin och ger henne ett uppdrag att finna Bringisgamen Det smycke som kan ge Freja kraft att bekämpa den häxa som sänt svartsoten över asar och vaner Freja vet inte var hon ska söka Hon vet bara att utan Bringisgamen går både asar och vaner underIdun är den andra delen i trilogin om Valhalla. Looking at the title you might mistakenly think this book is about Idun Freya s and Thor s daughter It isn t Idun never gets a chance to grow into a whole character she s reduced into a plot point in her parents tale as are other characters too That shouldn t be a problem because I loved Freya but years have changed her into something unrecognisable I guess the power and might of the Moon goddess and personal sacrifices can do that to a woman but this tragedy too is downplayed into lunacy The story ends up being about no one and everyone Most of all Idun is about Scandinavian bronze age and the legends they left behind The world is disturbingly real but it s not enough This reworking of old Nordic myths needs character

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Read & download µ Idun Sagan om Valhalla ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Historien fortsätter Prästinnan Freja och hennes Tor den enögde hövdingen Oden och den undersköna drottning Alfhild – och alla de andra hjältarna – möter oss igenTor seglar till Alfheim Han är och bekymrad Svartsoten plågar både vaner och asar Tor måste förmå Freja att hjälpa honom Bara hon har kraft att driva bort farsoten Men Freja är förändrad Hennes makt. Spoilers aheadPros and cons Idun Tor I was actually surprised over and over again how there seemed to be only tragedy for Idun I was expecting at least some peaceful living before she died Some other interesting character descriptions Honestly painful and hopeless moments The sex Irrelevant Let alone how many characters couldn t seem to think about anything else Left a feeling that nothing really happened Or at least that the story could have been told in twenty pages instead Pretty much every other significant character lived and had better life than Idun who was the most pure and suffered the conseuences of all the other characters corruption I mean that doesn t sound at all crafted and moralizingI have a love hate relationship with this book I loved Idun The characters in general are the best part they became completely real to meBut the plot Was there one Oh yeah sure it was just hiding behind all that sex Yeah I get that the author wanted to make a point about how women s sexuality was openly expressed in Alfheim but seriously Was there a page that wasn t somehow about someone s lower body partsAnd the fact that all the Freija s constant sex scenes were completely irrelevant to the plot made Idun s rape seem ineffective and pointless even though that one actually did have to do with the plotWhat was kinda interesting about the story was that none of the characters changed the direction they were heading to at any point Everyone s life went on in steps 123 What was interesting about it was that you d actually expect them to change that direction at SOME point but they never do which makes the predictability unpredictable I actually enjoyed that because it still left room for character developmentI almost think that what I loved about the characters the most were their flaws What I mean that aspect of them was described the best How naive Idun was how she lived pretty much completely in her bubble and even in the end didn t understand one person correctly how easily Tor could be cheated and his mind changed by pretty much anyone how narcissistic Brage was and how everyone kept underestimating exactly that about him And in general how nobody understood anyone It was all very realisticBut then I rolled my eyes to the outcome How Idun who never meant any harm to anyone was basically killed by all other characters selfish motives Sure this is partly about gods but still for it to end in a cliche universally moralizing lesson seemed completely unnaturalSure Idun wasn t a puppet she did affect her destiny by making her every decision from her hunger for love and acceptance but that in fact seems like the whole point of her plot wise If others had been as pure and simple as her if they too had only yearned for love and harmony none of the bad things wouldn t have happened and Idun would ve lived How convenientIt s just not very realistic It s like the author is trying to point out how hypocrite everyone except Idun is than an actual outcome of their doings The ending and glorifying Idun like that separating her from other characters I found really pointless but as a character I really loved her Pretty much for that straight forward attitude and just wanting to love and be lovedIdun was great and other characters were great and their relationships were authentic so I just think it really didn t need to end in a moral lesson At it s best that was demeaningSo yeah I have a lot of problems with this book and probably didn t cover them yet but still I can t hate this story Well like I said because of all the great characters

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  • 12 March 2019
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