Thor's Serpents

Thor's Serpents

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"As Ragnarok--the apocalypse--approaches, the thirteen-year-old descendants of the gods realize they can't take every step of their journey together, as Matt must fight the Midgard Serpent alone, and Fen and Laurie are pulled in different directions"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2015
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780316204958
Branch Call Number: J ARMSTRONG
Characteristics: 360 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Marr, Melissa


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Apr 02, 2017

Thor’s Serpents is the last book in the trilogy, The Blackwell Pages, written by K.L Armstrong and M.A Marr. In this book, the main characters have made their decisions on which side to fight for. With a force of change, Fen is left alone on the side he was destined to lead. As Ragnarok comes closer, Matt is forced to fight against forces and people he had never imagined to be battling. With the legendary Midgard Serpent, he is ready to fight the prophecy and his destiny to save his life. As fate plays out, the main characters are battling not just against Ragnarok, but the destiny that predicts their deaths. This book is an amazing conclusion, as it teaches us what it is like to go against the path that society planned out for us, making our own decisions. This book is a suspense-filled conclusion to what Ragnarok has in store for the main characters. Overall, this book is a 4.5/5 stars as the trilogy's long-asked questions are finally answered.
- @Because_Logic of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

Dec 05, 2016

I read the fist two books and enjoyed them, but was really disappointed by this last installation in the trilogy. In the second book, when characters started calling Fen Fenrir, I believed the authors would make Fen the descendant of the Fenris wolf, because it makes sense and would have been really great, seeing that he's forced to fight for the bad side anyways. I was really disappointed when they made him another descendant of Loki, which, in my opinion, was stupid. In addition, I felt like the books got somewhat progressively worse, although it's a pretty good and child friendly series. It is one of the best Norse mythology children's books I've read.

Jul 08, 2016

Absolutely astonishing! Loved the book and I'm glad my friend told me about it. The ending was amazing and I'm really sad that it had to end there.

swagerpops Apr 20, 2016

this book was amazing cant wait to see what she writes next

Oct 05, 2015

A must for Percy Jackson fans

Jul 05, 2015

Love this series


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