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My name is Volrath, and I am an Aesir of Asgard.

I have no family name to speak of, but then I discovered I could tame, train, and breed the great dragons that are feared throughout Asgard. Now that I have this incredible power, it is my mission to scour the nine realms in search of more dragons to add to my menagerie.

I am joined by a beautiful Light Elf and a powerful half-Valkyrie sorceress, and these women want to bind themselves to me and bear my children.

This is the start of my legacy, and my journey to sit beside Odin and Freya as the greatest warrior mage Asgard has ever seen.

©2020 Logan Jacobs (P)2020 Logan Jacobs

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waste of time dont spend your credits here

waste of time nothing happens, except overly long sex scenes. absolute waste of time

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great fun

I love norse myth and dragons so this was really enjoyable and will be listening to in again soon

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  • Cyprus Frost
  • 05-02-21

I dislike reviewers who b**ch with“INCORRECT”facts

This comment is in response to the Anonymous Reviewer, who complained that Logan Jacobs should do more research on Norse Mythology if he's going to use it in his stories. The Anonymous Reviewer said this because Logan Jacobs wrote that Odin's wife is Freya, which the Anonymous Reviewer said was incorrect, he then said that Freya wasn't Odin's wife, that Frigg is.

Well I wish there was a way for people to reply directly to a review, that way I'd know for sure most people who read the Anonymous Reviewer's post, would read my reply. Hopefully the 17 people who said the Anonymous Reviewer's post was helpful, didn't decide to not listen to this book based on his review cuz he is partially incorrect.

The Anonymous Reviewer is right that Frigg is Odin's wife in some versions of Norse Myths, but in a majority of the later Myths, that a time when the rivalry between the Aesir Pantheon and the Vanir Pantheon was getting to the point where full out war might erupt, in order to keep that from occuring Odin, as the leader of the Aesir, offered the leader of the Vanir, who was Freya, a way of keeping the two pantheons from going to war. That offer was to combine the two pantheons as one, but Freya's pride wouldn't let herself be subordinate to Odin. So instead Odin offered to marry Freya which would make them equals as well as merge the pantheons more completely. So Logan Jacobs was not wrong in writing Freya as Odin's wife & not Frigg cuz Odin Tossed the old hag aside for the younger & more beautiful goddess Freya. So maybe that Anonymous Reviewer should do better research before spouting incomplete facts.

P.S. Also in some versions of Norse Mythology, Frigg & Freya aren't two seperate goddesses, but two different incarnations of the same goddess.

P.P.S. At this time I haven't listened to this Audiobook yet. After I have listened to it I'll edit this sentence out & replace it with my review of the Audiobook instead.

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  • agei
  • 07-02-21

The voice acting is great

Voice is fantastic if a bit bombastic, almost sounds like some of the adults from how to train your dragon. The love screens although hot are fairly repetitive and quickly become unimaginative.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 08-02-21

good story

I read the reviews and I dont personally care who Odins wife was or if the story fits past myths od Odin and asgard. bottom line is some warrior guy wants to help the dragons . good story ,very entertaining and good narration

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  • Cliff
  • 23-12-20

Thrilling

I enjoy it very much and I can't wait for the next installment.if you like dragons and beautiful woman then read it yourself.

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  • travis robinson
  • 27-01-22

Meh.

The writer didn’t really seem to know how to set the tone of the book. It read a bit predictable and juvenile like a child or young adult novel. But then it would drop F-bombs and go into graphic detail on sex and violence. I couldn’t figure out who the target audience was.
Not to mention the characterization of the protagonist was contrived and forced.
A handsome Asgardian warrior that is a better fighter then his entire team, and every woman has the hots for, but he has a tragic back story that makes him an ostracized target. Can you get any more cliche?
There also wasn’t nearly enough conflict. Almost every obstacle was easily overcame, and was barely an inconvenience. I never really felt like there were any stakes at play.
As well as an infant dragon that required no training and instantly understood every command given.
I don’t know, I just feel like it could have been better written with a more in depth and compelling story.

The Norse Mythology and Fantasy elements were admittedly fun though. And it did have its interesting moments.

If you’re considering buying this book, I’d wait until it’s on sale for $5 or less.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 21-12-20

Expensive by Comparison

It makes no sense to me why this book is nearly twice the price of other Kindle books by LJ, especially when you consider how many folks are currently unemployed due to COVID19. As always, the book is well written, the cover art is top shelf, and the storyline and character development are better than many of the author's current titles. If you enjoy Nordic mythology, you will thoroughly enjoy the tale. If you are considering the audio version, you will not be disappointed. The reader combination of Boucher and Threat is the best there is. Price aside, this viking world is a favorite - no anti-hero and nothing satanic! Two themes I'm pretty tired of to be honest. Just a good guy trying to unravel his past and face his future, with the help of some incredible women and several extremely interesting - um - "pets".

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  • Shannon Glover
  • 20-12-20

Slow start but give it time

This story was a slow start much like Skulduggery but once you get past chap 4 or 5 it gets moving you and don’t want to stop. I have I hopes for this series. I hope to see some more interactions of some minor characters who seems to be regularly mentioned.

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  • Papasnuff
  • 16-12-20

Are you mocking me?!

First thing I thought of when I started listening to this one is the scene from Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War when Quill is trying to adjust his voice to sound like Thor. Otherwise it was a job well done as usual.

Keep up the good work folks!

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  • Robert Kidd
  • 03-12-21

Just stop talking with your mouth full

DO NOT WANT TO HEAR SOMEONE TALKING WITH FOOD IN THEIR MOUTH EVER AGAIN PLEASE STOP it isn't realism it is just GROSS I don't put up with it in real life I do not want it in a book

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  • John Posey
  • 19-02-21

Mc

I guess the story is okay I'm just wondering was it necessary for the MC to be portrait as viking? Could be not be a villager that happen to stumble on to eggs. It just feel the name viking was use to draw the reader in because the writer felt there wasn't enough pull there. heck even the narrator felt the need to butch up MC voice because the word viking was used. I'm sorry the main character is not a viking I never felt not believed he was viking just some water down white knight character that said please and thank you. This made be weird request but can we have a flawed character that we the reader can related to and not some Gary Stu have some fun don't do the rinse and repeat mechanics that in every harem series (looking at you Eric val!)


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