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The Ragnarök Chronicles by [Markus, Nicki J]
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For Ragnarök will be completed.... Nothing marks Cassandra out-except her visions. She's only ever seen small, insignificant things. That is until the strange frost arrives. With her normal life turned upside down, Cassandra is plunged into an extraordinary and terrifying world of Norse gods and rampaging giants, ancient feuds and broken prophecies. A handsome stranger offers aid. But can Cassandra really trust him? More importantly, can she trust her own judgement when his slightest touch sets her heart and her body aflame?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1402 KB
  • Print Length: 678 pages
  • Publisher: Nicola Markus; 1 edition (2 March 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00SW0TV46
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best Norse Mythology novels I've ever read. 2 April 2017
By Jayne Shover - Published on
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This is one of the very best novels based on Norse mythology I have ever read. It was well written, well edited and well researched. It is so good I couldn't put it down, I devoured it to the point of forgetting to eat and sleep and giving myself a headache from reading so many hours without a break! Absolutely loved it. Cassandra is 22 years old and finishing up college and has had premonitions and prophetic dreams all her life and now lately they have become stronger and recently she had a vision of an out of season freak frost even in London where she lives. Then she meets stunningly handsome, sharp dressed Tom Lockyear whose fiery amber eyes mesmerize her and she just can't think straight around him. She gets a premonition of danger when she first meets him but also gets a feeling to just follow him anywhere and say yes to anything he wants. She finds it hard to mind when he seems to be stalking her and finds herself saying yes when he asks her out to dinner. Dinner goes great, the kiss afterward even better than she could have imagined-it is like no kiss she has ever felt before. But then he pulls out a dagger and tries to kill her! He is thankfully interrupted by her friend showing up at the door and so he promptly disappears and her friend stays over at her place and refuses to leave her side forf a few days to keep her safe but eventually relaxes her guard and once Cassandra is alone Tom shows up in her apartment without unlocking the door suddenly he is there with the knife again when she is overcome by a vision and he is interested in what she is seeing as he can tell it must be a powerful vision and after she describes seeing armed frost giants invading London he puts his dagger away and decides not to kill her but vows to protect her instead. He explains to her and her friend Sarah that she is a descendant of a Norse God, he doesn't know which one and that this plus her visions put her in danger but makes her helpful and that he is really Loki god of fire and mischief. He explains Ragnarok already happened but he did some sort of magic or trickery during the battle to thwart the prophecy from going as planned and he survived, earth, Muspelheim, and Hel survived but the other realms are severely damaged and seem devoid of survivors. Wandering alone,Loki is trying to go through the realms and set things right by killing anyone with Aesir blood and see if he can set things right. He is lonely and starting to grow fond of Cassandra to he is relieved to find a reason to not kill her so they set off to try and stop a frost giant invasion and from then on it is battling frost giants, fire giants, and supposedly dead Norse deities. There is nonstop action suspense and romance-Cassandra is a very likeable heroine and Loki is truly lovable and heroic even when he frustrates you no end! Surtr is beautifully villainous and this is the most fully dimensional portrait of Hel I have ever found anywhere-I absolutely loved her! All the characters were so well fleshed out with such rich personalities and back stories and motivations behind their actions and their loves and hates. Villains didn't act evil for no reason. The eldjotunn or fire giants acterd brutal and violent because the fire inside them demanded violent outlets or it burned the skin and tissues and caused damage, pain and scarring to the eldjotnar/fire giant himself.Anyway it was a fascinating and excellent read and I can't recommend it enough. This is a very talented and imaginative writer.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great book... 4 stars full of fantasy and mythology 27 March 2015
By Terri B. - Published on
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As Written by Terri Babcock (me) at Saguaro Moon Reviews

The Ragnarok Chronicles by Nicki J. Markus is a romance novel that has very definite mythology intertwined within the storyline. Cassandra is your average young college student who doesn’t have anything that sets her apart from anyone else. Nothing that is, except her abilities to predict the weather and other ordinary day to day things. Her normal calm life then was turned upside down when she started having visions of a frost as well as a handsome stranger by the name of Tom Lockyer came waltzing into her life.

Tom Lockyer is not exactly who he says he is though and right from the beginning you can tell tell that he isn’t. Our hero tries to kill Cassandra not once, but twice before a vision hits her hard. When Tom wants her to tell him of the vision, Cassandra makes him take make an oath to not cause her any harm. When he does, it becomes a matter of him going from trying to kill her to protecting her instead. Quite suddenly, we are pulled into a world of Norse Gods, mythology and quite the adventure and romance story.

I must admit that this was a rather long book that took me a bit to get into. After about the first ten percent though, I was completely without a doubt hooked on the story. Cassandra and her best friend Sarah were well balanced for each other. They both have their faults yet they make up for it in other ways. Tom was also very well thought out just as the two females were. Because of the depth and background given to each of the characters along with the vivid descriptions of everything that was happening, I felt as though I was right there with them.

My overall rating for this book is a 4 out of 5 stars. I would highly recommend The Ragnarok Chronicles to anyone who enjoys a good fantasy, Norse mythology and a romance .
4.0 out of 5 stars A fabulous modern re-imagining of the Ragnarök myth 6 October 2016
By xo.sorcha.ox - Published on
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The Ragnarök Chronicles by Nicki J Markus is three novels in one book (set out as three parts in the chronicles), and is the author's first self-published work.

It is based around the Norse mythology of Ragnarök - a series of events that ultimately result in the death of a number of gods. In this particular interpretation of the myth, the god Loki turns up in modern-day London. Here he meets a young human woman named Cassandra, who has the gift of foresight, and an unlikely alliance between the two is formed. As the story progresses, Loki and Cassandra embark on a journey that will take them through the Nine Realms in the hope of preventing their destruction, but in order to do that, they must first save themselves (and each other!).

I did find the first part of this story a little slow to begin, but after 100 pages or so the story picks up the pace, and from then on in is a smooth, easy read. It is of substantial length, but the action, adventure and the author's ability to keep the story moving at a quick-step pace means it doesn't feel as hefty as it looks. I read this, from start to finish, in little more than a week, and when I wasn't reading it, I found myself wanting to be reading it.

I'd think about it constantly during waking hours, and dream about it at night.

I was particularly enamoured with Loki, and enjoyed the author's construction of him. Mischievous and cheeky, but with a damaged past. It was easy to feel pity for his character, and to empathise with his rage and the events it brought about. Loki might be a god, but in this particular story, he's broken. Possibly beyond repair, even. I loved how the author worked Loki's flaws to make him more relatable on a human level, and then weaved the story around them. It is his quest, and Cassandra's presence and influence, that will ultimately destroy, or save him.

I'd recommend The Ragnarök Chronicles to anyone who enjoys fantasy fiction, and in particular, fantasy fiction based on myth. Of course, anyone interested in the mythology of Ragnarök would also probably find this an interesting read, with particularly interesting interpretations.

There's also plenty of pop-culture references to keep everyone happy.

Deserves 4.5 stars, but Amazon doesn't allow me the half.
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it 8 May 2015
By E. B. Stokstad - Published on
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I loved this book. I thought it was a great read.
I liked how Loki was portrayed.
3.0 out of 5 stars 3.5 of 5 stars 24 March 2015
By Carly Rose (Carly's Book Reviews) - Published on
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The complex mythology contained in THE RAGNAROK CHRONICLES is a mixture of truth as we know it and imagination. The characters are larger than life and yet are written from a new perspective that I enjoyed. The considerable length of this novel, 678 pages, ensures that the plot is a long and winding journey. Although slowly paced, I enjoyed the characterization of well known gods and how they are intermixed with contemporary beings.

My OFFICIAL REVIEW written for Carly’s Book Reviews