When you're an atheist Norse god, believing in yourself is almost as hard as surviving high school. And survival is nearly impossible when Fimbulwinter is coming…
Meet Robert, an unwitting Norse god who’s far from convinced that gods, evil giants, or shape-shifters exist. Most of the time he doesn’t even believe in himself. Besides, he’s got enough problems already. His girlfriend has just dumped him, his friends have cut him off, and he feels lost and alone in the coldest of winters. Then a new student comes to Robert’s school. Awesome Ivan befriends Robert and a miserable situation soon turns into an adventure, just like in the movies. But when outrageously twisted events unexpectedly bear down on Robert, pushing him deep into mythological territory, what on earth should he do?The Lost Sons of Asgard
is the first book in a trilogy packed with action, comedy, and adventure, featuring eccentric humans, Norse gods, and other strange creatures of the nine worlds. Sometimes seeing is believing, but for a Norse god, as Robert is about to discover, believing in yourself just might be what’s needed most to turn everything around.
About the Author
Erik Brodin is the author of the Endangered Norse Gods trilogy, which includes The Lost Sons of Asgard
, The Well of Destiny
, and Last God Standing
. The series was born from a love for the mythology he grew up with and from asking a bunch of questions, such as: How come the Norse gods settled on a horrible doomsday scenario? They're gods, so why not change their destiny to something a little more pleasant? But if a god didn't believe in himself, how would that affect his creative powers? And would such a god today be considered an atheist? Or would he perhaps learn from the mechanisms of evolution and adaptation, even take advantage of modern human science, such as sports psychology, and build his confidence and god-powers? And how'd it be like to go on a road trip with Loki to the land of the giants? And who'd win in a fight between gods and giants and-uh, excuse me, I got a little carried away.:: cough:: But I think you get the picture. So if you enjoy Norse mythology, action, adventure, a bit of mystery, science, and comedy, you'll love Erik Brodin's books. Probably. Discover more at erikbrodin.com.