Odin's Ravens by K.L. Armstrong
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
The second installment in the Blackwell Pages trilogy takes Laurie, Matt and Fen to dangerous and incredible places like Hel for example in an attempt to save a powerful ally.
The story was extremely fast paced with failure and success alternating on the characters’ journey. Although I thoroughly enjoyed the twists and turns I figured out halfway through the book how it was going to end, thanks to my fascination with a certain god. The characters have matured a lot and also grown more resilient in how they handled their roadblocks.
I was constantly pulled between worry, elation and anxiety. I'm secretly grateful I get a little break before retrieving book three from the library because this one left me a little exhausted from the emotional roller-coaster. I loved how this part of the story was tighter compared to book one (less plot holes) and the battle scenes were just as fun to read and imagine.
I’m anticipating book three to be just as good if not better.
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