The Norse Mythology Bundle - curated by Rhonda Parrish
When I was a kid, way back in elementary school, we learned about Greek and Roman mythology in school. It was one of my favourite subjects and after learning about it during class time I sought out and devoured every book I could find about it. We never learned anything about Norse mythology, though. When I, eventually, stumbled upon it myself many years later I became as entranced as I had with Greek and Roman mythology. Perhaps more so.
You can read more about them here, and make sure to click on each cover for a synopsis, reviews and preview of each book!
The Lost Sun by Tessa Gratton
"…a remarkably kind book, a book about coming to terms with who you are, about learning find hope and light and friendship, about trust and fate and sacrifice."– Tor.com
One in the Hand by Rhonda Parrish
"One in the Hand is relentlessly paced, character driven urban fantasy as its finest. Parrish hooked me from the opening line and I couldn't put the book down. One in the Hand should delight mythology fans while having enough surprises even for saga snobs. I hope it becomes a series."– Chadwick Ginther, Author of the Thunder Road Trilogy
The Wicked and the Dead by Melissa Marr
"Bestseller Marr (the Wicked Lovely series) gives urban fantasy and paranormal romance readers a treat with her entertaining Faery Bargains series launch... Marr ensconces beloved genre tropes in refreshing worldbuilding, offering a sly, never self-serious take on faery bargains and the walking dead.... Readers will be hooked."– Publishers Weekly
The Songweaver's Vow by Laura VanArendonk Baugh
"YES, these are common characters from Norse mythology. YES, I already knew enough of some of the myths to anticipate what would probably happen. But the author brings such a fresh take on the old myths that I cared a whole lot more, even about the characters that I should be hating. And let me tell you, there are some nasty ones."– Amazon Review
Thief Eyes by Janni Lee Simner
"A captivating modern odyssey. Incorporating references to Star Wars and Norse myth alike, Simner is poetic whether writing about magic and sorcery or simply getting inside her characters' heads."– Publishers Weekly
Wild Card by Jamie Wyman
"Wild Card is wildly compelling, so much so that I almost started a fight with a stewardess when she asked me to turn off my Kindle. With a refreshing take on mythology and a scrappy geek heroine, I couldn't wait to see what the gods (and Vegas) would throw at Cat next. Quirky, unique, fast-paced, and with enough geek homages to make me feel at home, it's a pack-load of fun."– Delilah S. Dawson, author of the Blud series
The All Father Paradox by Ian Stuart Sharpe
"Sharpe's debut is like a Norse love-child of American Gods and Doctor Who"– Once and Future Podcast
Scarlight by Evie Marceau
"I ate it up! Honestly it was a forget-all-responsibilities, don't-move-from-spot from start to finish."– Cynthia, Amazon reviewer
From Asgard with Love by Amalia Dillin
"[…] Poignantly relatable […] From Asgard, With Love is also fun and imaginative. Dillin built some heavy thematic ideas into the fabric of this story, but she tempers the weight of those ideas with light humor and delightful characterizations of the Norse Gods."– Erin of Historical Fiction Reader
Pay what you want! You choose how much you want to pay for these awesome books. (Click on each book above to check them out.) You decide how much of your purchase goes to the author and how much goes to help keep StoryBundle running. If your purchase price is $20 or more, you get The Wicked and the Dead by Melissa Marr, Thief Eyes by Janni Lee Simner, Wild Card by Jamie Wyman, The All Father Paradox by Ian Stuart Sharpe, Scarlight by Evie Marceau and From Asgard with Love by Amalia Dillin!
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