Genre: Mythology

Review: The Hammer of Thor (Magnus Chase #2)

When a raven told me Rick Riordan was writing a series about the Norse Gods, my excitement went through the roof. I have always loved mythology, but lately, I had been leaning more towards the Norse one, partly because of the Thor movies. So when my favourite mythology author announced Magnus Chase and the Gods of […]

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Review: The Throne of Fire

Last year, I bought a box set containing the three books in the Kane Chronicles, a book series written by Rick Riordan about the Egyptian Mythology. I read The Red Pyramid, book one a while back, and decided to pick up part two, The Throne of Fire fairly quickly after that. Because I just wanted to read […]

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Review: Percy Jackson’s Greek Heroes (PJO Companion Books #2)

Just like with Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods, this book tells the story of the most well known Greek Heroes as if it was written down by Rick Riordan’s most famous character himself. As I enjoyed the previous companion novel so much, I decided I was definitely going to pick up this book as well. So […]

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Review: The Lightning Thief (PJO Graphic Novels #1)

When I was at Dutch Comic Con, there were a lot of stands selling comics and graphic novels. I was looking around at one of the stands when my eye fell onto the first Percy Jackson graphic novels. It was very rare to find the first one in a series, so I immediately took it […]

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Review: The Red Pyramid (Kane Chronicles #1)

I bought this boxset of the Kane Chronicles when it was on sale online somewhere, and I thought ‘well I’ve read most of Rick Riordan’s other books, this series would probably be just as cool’. I didn’t really know much about Egyptian mythology, at least not as much as I did about Greek/Roman or Norse. […]

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