Tuesday, October 02, 2018

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: Book 3 The Ship of the Dead by Rick Riordan; review by Mahesh Yandrapu

Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: Book 3 The Ship of the Dead by Rick Riordan



The Ship of the Dead is about a story of Magnus Chase stopping the whole world from ending. They do this by Magnus Challenging Loki to a flyting. Magnus sails toward Loki's ship Nagalfar. Along the way, he needs to find Kvasir's mead which contains contents so poetic he could destroy Loki. First Magnus and Alex find Uncle Randolph's notebook containing how to find the mead. Next, Blitzen, Hearthstone, and Magnus find the Whetstone and by killing the dragon-like Mr. Aldermen. Following that, Magnus goes to the Suttung's doors to find the Kvasir’s Mead. Finally, they head for the ship of the Dead. Magnus Challenges Loki for a flying and he wins the verbal fight. They sail for the Field where they will die. Finally, they meet up with their godly parents and the other gods. They get fabulous prizes and they go back to Valhalla. Magnus then gets kissed by Alex. Magnus gets a boon, which is anything he wants. He takes Uncle Randolph's mansion and turns it into Chase Space. A home for The Homeless. And they lived happily ever after.  Until the day they die. Which is Ragnorak


This book was a very adventurous tour of the Norse gods. Rick Riordan writes many great epics about these novels. Whether it is Greek, Norse, or Egyptian. This book is hilarious and a book that will want to read again and again.

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