Review: Endre

Endre by S.T. Bende

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was surprisingly shorter than the last one but perfectly written inside 15 chapters. Though I’m starting to hate our invisible antagonist which now I discovered is none other than our dear Loki (Tom Hiddleston is to superior for them hahaha) it’s good to see Ragnarok develop throughout the course of the books and to see the scheming behind it by our god of mischief. The “virtual reality” visions are a nice touch to the book same with the wording style they’re written it gives the reader or at least me the feeling they’re with her having the visions. Ull may come off as a bit overprotective but who wouldn’t when your wife to be is a mortal literally hounded by your family enemies and the orchestrator’s of Ragnarok. now off to our godly in laws, Sif seems so nice and being the goddess of beauty she isn’t hard to imagine one just need to imagine your perfect woman and your done with her, Thor and Odin are not very hard to imagine thanks to our dear Marvel comics but Thor red headness is not very hard to imagine either so we’re covered. The wedding was beautiful to read about and the rest of the ending in the jet scene is left to the imagination *wink* *wink*



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