The last thing Mason Starling remembers is the train crossing a bridge. An explosion . . . a blinding light . . . then darkness. Now she is alone, stranded in Asgard—the realm of Norse legend—and the only way for her to get home is to find the Spear of Odin, a powerful relic left behind by vanished gods.
The Fennrys Wolf knows all about Asgard. He was once trapped there. And he’ll do whatever it takes to find the girl who’s stolen his heart and bring her back—even if it means a treacherous descent into the Underworld. But time is running out, and Fenn knows something Mason doesn’t: If she takes up the Spear, she’ll set in motion a terrible prophecy. And she won’t just return to her world . . . she’ll destroy it.
I’ll keep this short – awesome sequel! It brings in mythological elements that we love and all that quests and destiny thing. I did find it amusing that almost everyone had an agenda and Mason was the one unaware of it. The book had pretty good writing, and the plotlines of each character opened up the world. I was engrossed while reading this book, with it’s action and mystery and magick. Some things are still not clear but I loved it!