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Historien fortsĂ€tter PrĂ€stinnan Freja och hennes Tor den enögde hövdingen Oden och den undersköna drottning Alfhild – och alla de andra hjĂ€ltarna – möter oss igenTor seglar till Alfheim Han Ă€r och bekymrad Svartsoten plĂ„gar bĂ„de vaner och asar Tor mĂ„ste förmĂ„ Freja att hjĂ€lpa honom Bara hon har kraft att driva bort farsoten Men Freja Ă€r förĂ€ndrad Hennes makt. OMG this book For me this was a real emotionell rolercoaster At times I was furious dissapointed happy and in the end I even managed to cry my eyes out It was really good A story about the norse gods and goddesses before they became the gods and godesses we know today The story of their life of love anger sadness fighting and losingThe storyline of this book was very good and as said before it got me very emotionall than once Mostly it was of anger because of the abuse against women and children and the sexist way they were speaking to each other I really liked the character Idun how she had every thing againsted her and still managed to see to good in everyone and everything I was a bit annoyed when she found out who her husband really was but I know the situation a bit myself and know that it s not so easy when you are by yourself Freja och Thor I had a hard time getting around to in the beginning Both of them just felt heartless and cold just doing what they needed to get what they wanted and not caring who got in their wayAnother aspect I really enjoey was the implementation of female x female romance It wasn t a very big part of the story but it was there and it was reallt sweetTo sum this up Idun The story of Valhalla gets 455 from me I really liked it and if you like norse mythology and can cope with the emotionall rolercoaster then it might be for you Be aware of the foul language though and the sexist way they tend to speak to each other in

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Idun Sagan om Valhalla

Sin svÄraste stund fÄr hon hjÀlp frÄn underjordenDödsgudinnan gör henne till sin och ger henne ett uppdrag att finna Bringisgamen Det smycke som kan ge Freja kraft att bekÀmpa den hÀxa som sÀnt svartsoten över asar och vaner Freja vet inte var hon ska söka Hon vet bara att utan Bringisgamen gÄr bÄde asar och vaner underIdun Àr 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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Har vÀxt sig sÄ stark att hon ser sig sjÀlv som Gudinna Freja vÀgrar att hjÀlpa honom Men nÀr bud kommer frÄn Vanaheim tvekar hon inte Svartsoten hotar att utplÄna mÀnniskorna pÄön Freja mÄste rÀdda sitt folk Men hennes högmod gör att MÄngudinnan vÀnder Freja ryggen Och Idun Frejas dotter lockas till att överge sin mor Utan MÄngudinnan stÄr Freja maktlös I. I liked the story I liked Idun and found most of the other characters interesting as well The plot was simple on one level but still unpredictable I m the kind of person who usually guesses the ending by the time I ve reached the midpoint so it was nice not having that happen for a changeThe world building is pretty good the links to the Norse mythology intriguingI would have given the book 3 maybe 4 stars if it weren t for the excessive sex scenes Seriously Every time I read another I thought this must surely be the last and it wasn t Not until it was anyway But that was after a fair number of themI know from reading other reviews that I m not the only person who reacted negatively to this


10 thoughts on “Idun Sagan om Valhalla

  1. says:

    I was very delighted when I found some Viking stories from my Library's shelf The writer had very skillfully bound the myths into her writing but characters were uite one dimensioned and the protagonist in the book Idun suffered from a disturbingly hard inferiority complex as I peeked into the #3 novel I noticed the same thing continues there so I did not even start the next book Also the writing uality of the sex scenes were ui

  2. says:

    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

  3. says:

    OMG this book For me this was a real emotionell rolercoaster At times I was furious dissapointed happy and in the end I even managed to cry my eyes out It was really good A story about the norse gods and goddesses before t

  4. says:

    I liked the story I liked Idun and found most of the other characters interesting as well The plot was simple on one level but still unpredictable I'm the kind of person who usually guesses the ending by the time I've reached the midpoint so it was nice not having that happen for a changeThe world building is pretty good; the links to the

  5. says:

    Once again it's hard to think something about this book but I liked it I think It's a book you just want to contin

  6. says:

    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 w

  7. says:

    I was so in love with Idun 😍 so the end was I not ready for 😭

  8. says:

    In Idun the saga combining historical fiction and Norse mythology continues Idun is in this story the daughter of FrĂžya and Thor and given the name of the book you would think it would be about her But the author never really builds her up as a character and instead concentrates on her parents which character

  9. says:

    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

  10. says:

    Idun 33