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This is a YA fantasy story based on Norse Mythology It was written by a Norwegian author, and so far it has only been published in Scandinavia, to my knowledge That being said, I definitely recommend this book if you are able to get it and read it It tells the story of Hirka who is very different from everyone else around her that s because she has no tail When Hirka turns 15, she is considered a grown woman who has to go through a certain ritual the only problem is that because Hirka is This is a YA fantasy story based on Norse Mythology It was written by a Norwegian author, and so far it has only been published in Scandinavia, to my knowledge That being said, I definitely recommend this book if you are able to get it and read it It tells the story of Hirka who is very different from everyone else around her that s because she has no tail When Hirka turns 15, she is considered a grown woman who has to go through a certain ritual the only problem is that because Hirka is different, she s not sure she can complete that ritual like everyone else The story takes off from there and becomes a long journey for both Hirka and her best friend Rime I really liked this novel because it became kind of nostalgic to me It reminded me of when I was younger and enjoyed reading a fantasy novel now and again Further, this is a solid story that is not really predictable and that takes you on quite a fantastic journey I didn t expect much from it, but I was definitely happy about it and enjoyed reading it from beginning to end This is the first installment of a trilogy, in which the rest of the books will be out in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Rating this book is hard I read it in czech, and I am sure something got lost in the translation, because I HATED, really really hated the way this book was written I loved the world, but not how needlessly detailed everything was I loved the concept I guess But not the characters Not a single one or maybe Kuro , and that was probably what made it so hard for me to read it The pacing as well was so slugish I was bored most of the time The book could be shorter From the page 500 up, Rating this book is hard I read it in czech, and I am sure something got lost in the translation, because I HATED, really really hated the way this book was written I loved the world, but not how needlessly detailed everything was I loved the concept I guess But not the characters Not a single one or maybe Kuro , and that was probably what made it so hard for me to read it The pacing as well was so slugish I was bored most of the time The book could be shorter From the page 500 up, I liked the action a lot Ending not so much Sentences were too short, clipped my head spinned I would prefer some of them merging into a longer one I hated how characters knew what other persons thought just by looking at them They the author didn t let me choose what to think of their actions It felt manipulative sometimes.Yeah so, spoilers first, I was thrown into this unknown world right away and I was annoyed for at least 50 pages, because nothing was explained to me, absolutely nothing Characters just went on, but I was so confused I just really hate these types of books I don t want infodumps either, but would a little help in this mess hurt anybody the cover is so ugly and revoltingHirka I just don t like her For one, I am tired of ginger protagonists But I couldn t identify myself with her at all She is 15 and acts stupid a lot Yet sometimes, she acts as if she knows everything so wise or she is staring people down her nose while being one of them of course she needs special treatment and she is not like others it was towards the end, when the heigher ups showed up at that Kolkagga hideout She simply seems irrational to me Why freeing that puppet man She didn t know him at all yeah, it s interesting how everybody loves her I mean her father, that dude that listents to the stone, Eirik, Tein, Rime of course, the man that leads the Kolkagga, that dude that sweared on his name that will protect and follow Rime, the man who owns the tea shop, Ramoja, Vetle Basically every important man in an important possition huh yet Hirka is so jealous of every girl She is a tomboy and has no friends Oh wait, she had one But her friend from the village turned out to be a slut of course , throwing herself at Rime, so that was that And everytime Rime is near some other girl, Hirka goes like this oh he can t love me, he can t have me because he would die and he will forget me in a few days and founds another like girl, have some confidence in yourself She kept belittling herself everytime, saying something like Rime Al blablabla, the heir, the blessed and feared, he is so above me I can t reach him, I can t dirt him with my hands, oh my what do I do I just got tired of it quickly She thinks he is a god and just no they kissed not once , acted so obvious yet how can Hirka even think Rime doesn t know she likes him And why can t she believe he likes her, dammit For the angst her talk about plants and herbs was tiresome I got that she didn t have much of a personality besides I am a healer, I never saw violence, I will never let Rime win over me, I want to touch Rime, honeybread, climbing and being without a tail oh yeah so they live in this medieval society right Yet Hirka is so stunned to see violence An actual fight with weapons and I am just like why are you so surprised Hirka thinks about Rime a lot I began to cringe everytime Rime showed up in her thoughts Her world is revolving around him, she thinks he is holy or something, she was willing to die for him not once and what was most hideous that moment when Rime told her she is good and not mold rot blight I don t know the translation for this one and every worry of hers just melted away NO, just no A person doesn t need another person a boy to told them what they are to become confident It just didn t felt right so yeah, Hirka is stupid and I don t like her She should have slept with Rime when she could, instead of creepily watching him naked by the pond or always staring at him with dripping saliva from her open mouth and dreaming about touching him, or him filling her with a Force Might, of course what the hell was that scene where she went almost hysteric about her backpack the hell also, when you are in a cave, at night, with a thunderstorm raging outside and no fire light you will probably not be able to see paleness of someone s lips, crescents under someone s eyes or their facial expressions, no just sayin was that part with a tea shop necessary why was that man even important what a filler everything came to Hirka in Ravnhov, in Manfalla , I didn t get a feeling she had it that hard Rime always showed up in time to save her anywayRime this boy is so melodramatic and emo, oh my he is always whinning how bad the life was to him by him being rich, and from a respected family, with a brilliant future awaiting him but he is moping around instead of doing something with it, and then he rejects it all, just to show them who is in control or something also, Rime is beyong handsome, beyond skilled in martial arts and his enemies are shaking in fear when he enters the room also, he is just a young boy I don t know, maybe wolfs in this world have silver eyes But it seems stupid to me to call his eyes wolf s when I imagine yellow or orange IDK, it just felt wierd to me I found him too perfect yet too whinny to be likable why Rime and Hirka are supossed to love each other so much They obssess over each other, yet they don t have any other friends IDK Everything is about these two and I DON T FEEL IT RAPE in this book surprised me There was no warning at the jacket I was so repulsed to know Urd raped Ramoja why going this way, dear author , and everrepulsed by that scene in dungeons Was is necessary Like, was it, really Because how convinient, that someone showed up seconds before the man raped Hirka Really, a lucky girl Yet she doesn t suffer afterwards, and not 24h after, she wants to fuck Rime So, why the hell was that in this book Why Urd he could have been a better villian He was impulsive and abusive and used violence often Pfft I wasscared when he was manipulating people, when he used his mind as a weapon I liked Kuro a lot The rest of the characters nah They did nothing to me Too many names Everybody seems to always like Hirka, because she always says what they need to hear How convenient I thought Tein will have a bigger role wtf was that bathing scene with him and Hirka Again, what was the point I liked everything about the Force Might, it was so interesting But here I am, having read entire book one, and I know not much about it Nobody cared to explain how it works exactly, nobody commented on Hirka and her strange powers etc the worldbulding on one hand, the world is rich and interesting, but there were times when the tiniest details were described without being relevant Rime could appear changed towards the end, but he seems self centered and selfish as always Hirka didn t change at all No character development Overall I am hopeful for the next book Since this book is only in norwegian, I m going to write this in norwegian I really hope they will translate the book to english, because it s so good I pity those who will not be able to read it because you don t understand the language It s one of the best fantasybooks I ve read in a long time, and it s a flavore of fantasy that s not easy to categorize So since I don t know how long you will have to wait for the english version, you better start learning norwegian so that you won t miss i Since this book is only in norwegian, I m going to write this in norwegian I really hope they will translate the book to english, because it s so good I pity those who will not be able to read it because you don t understand the language It s one of the best fantasybooks I ve read in a long time, and it s a flavore of fantasy that s not easy to categorize So since I don t know how long you will have to wait for the english version, you better start learning norwegian so that you won t miss it Odinsbarn er ingen lett bok starte p , forfatteren g r ikke ut i fra at leseren er en idiot og m holdes i h nden hele veien Det er nok kanskje en elsk hat bok, enten f r man ikke nok eller s faller man tidlig av Jeg er i den f rste gruppen Du blir sluppet rett inn i en verden du ikke kjenner, med uttrykk du ikke vet hva betyr Gradvis l rer du verdenen kjenne, og det er en fantastisk verden En verden inspirert av gammel norr n mytologi, men absolutt sin egen verden.Hovedpersonen Hirka er ei t ff jente, en som ikke passer inn noe sted, men likevel ikke lar seg kue Persongalleriet er godt utviklet, selv de man f ler kan v re litt flate til begynne med utvikler seg godt gjennom boken.Jeg vil anbefale denne boken for alle som liker tradisjonell fantasy, med en twist Jeg sliter litt med kategorisere den, den passer ikke godt inn i noen av undersjangrene til fantasy Men du b r lese den Im in tears I loved this book I totally, wholeheartedly ship Hirka Rime Otp Actual rating 4.5 stars.Wooooah What a nice surprise Really really really like the setting, writing and characters Review in Swedish at Boktycke Actual rating 4.5 stars.Wooooah What a nice surprise Really really really like the setting, writing and characters Review in Swedish at Boktycke This review was originally posted on un Conventional Bookviews Odinsbarn is a fantasy that includes the kind of epic ness that is so hard to find it seems almost impossible Alas, it s completely possible Odinsbarn is a fantastic story, where the mythology has a certain Norse feel to it Where the 12 person council that rules over the world seems to be rotten on the inside all the while fearing the rot of those that are other I found the fear of other and how that fear was dealt with to be This review was originally posted on un Conventional Bookviews Odinsbarn is a fantasy that includes the kind of epic ness that is so hard to find it seems almost impossible Alas, it s completely possible Odinsbarn is a fantastic story, where the mythology has a certain Norse feel to it Where the 12 person council that rules over the world seems to be rotten on the inside all the while fearing the rot of those that are other I found the fear of other and how that fear was dealt with to be both fascinating and accurate The folks in this story were proud of their tails, their history, and their ability to share energy with the earth.The Seer was there to protect them from the blind, and I was so completely immersed in the story from beginning to end it was difficult to put the book down to get some sleep.Hirka is definitely other, she is the tail less, possibly an Odinchild, and she is both feared and looked at with disgust.The world building is amazing, and I can t say it enough, this has to be translated to English so all my English speaking friends can get immersed with the ravens, the ability, the all aroundness, and the fight for justice The writing is so well done, though, so the translator would have to be able to also transform some of the wordplay in order for the whole story to have the same voice and feel to it as in the original version.Odinsbarn is both plot and character driven, with Hirka a fantastic heroine She is young, and in some instances, I felt that In other instances, though, she was able to see much farther than herself and her close circle to understand things much older characters didn t even begin to grasp Her inner strength was both calm and sure, and when she was afraid of something, she embraced that fear and made it her own Dealing with it, feeling it and the she could move forward once.Odinsbarn is tight, and it is solidly built on the foundations of Norse mythology The author managed to use the mythology as a building block and then make it her own, though And of course, I will go straight to the next book R ta The Rot so I can see if any of my predictions turn out to be true Because the fact that these folks are afraid of humns, and they think Hirka is an Odinchild They use ravens both for protection and as a guid makes me think there is still muchto both the story and the world s than what conclusions I have made so far.Written in third person point of view, past tense, and mostly from Hirka s perspective, Odinsbarn grabbed my interest in a different way than any YA fantasy has done Maybe because of the Norse roots Maybe because the very distinct voice of Hirka Maybe because the times when I got parts of the story from a different character s perspective it truly brought something both interesting and vital to the story I can t really explain it, but if you enjoy YA fantasy, you should cross your fingers and your toes for a translation Not sure if there are any ears we can try to whisper to Rime warned of danger, she felt it in every single one of her nerves She had thought she d recognized him, but what she saw in front of her was only a memory The man in front of her was no childhood rival.Father looked at her His eyes were deep and withered like his legs This was how it was going to be She was a wrongborn who couldn t share the energy She was blind for the Ability Cheated of what everyone else had Ability less And tail less The room smelled like leather from the bindings And power It smelled like power This was how power was supposed to smell Everlasting Immortal Boundless.She closed her eyes against his chest and listened to the beats of his heart The best sound she d ever heard The best she d ever felt And also the worst She had tasted something that could never be hers Not without killing him It was too much to bear |DOWNLOAD EPUB ♒ La figlia di Odino ⚇ Nella serie Raven Rings i classici elementi della letteratura fantasy vengono reinventati Non troverete profezie, dragoni o spade magiche Certamente c la magia ma questa parola non compare mai nei testi La protagonista piena di risorse, vive emarginata e come una selvaggia al nord Non una prescelta e non ha poteri speciali In realt , ci che la distingue dagli altri proprio questa mancanza di capacit soprannaturali che invece gli altri posseggonoImmagina di essere privo di qualcosa di cui tutti gli altri dispongono Qualcosa che rappresenta la prova della tua appartenenza a questo mondo Qualcosa di talmente vitale, che senza di esso sei una nullit Una piaga Una leggenda Un essere umanoHirka, che ha quindici inverni, all improvviso apprende di essere una figlia di Odino, una creatura putrida e senza la coda, proveniente da un altro mondo disprezzata, odiata e scacciata da tutti Non riesce pi a trovare una propria identit , e qualcuno la vuole eliminare affinch tutto ci rimanga un segreto Ma ci sono cose ben peggiori degli esseri umani e Hirka non l unica creatura ad essersi introdotta attraverso i portali Arduino, Sensors, and the Cloud dragoni o spade magiche Certamente c la magia ma questa parola non compare mai nei testi La protagonista piena di risorse Chroniques de la Lune noire (Les) - Hors série - tome 1 - L'Empire de la Négation vive emarginata e come una selvaggia al nord Non una prescelta e non ha poteri speciali In realt دست‌نوشته‌های اقتصادی و فلسفی ۱۸۴۴ ci che la distingue dagli altri proprio questa mancanza di capacit soprannaturali che invece gli altri posseggonoImmagina di essere privo di qualcosa di cui tutti gli altri dispongono Qualcosa che rappresenta la prova della tua appartenenza a questo mondo Qualcosa di talmente vitale Rtc-carrosserie - Polo 02- Revue Technique Carrosserie Volkswagen che senza di esso sei una nullit Una piaga Una leggenda Un essere umanoHirka Working Out, Working Within che ha quindici inverni Chine retiens ton souffle all improvviso apprende di essere una figlia di Odino The Gorean Club una creatura putrida e senza la coda Timberwolf Tracks proveniente da un altro mondo disprezzata Trapped odiata e scacciata da tutti Non riesce pi a trovare una propria identit The Rose Revived e qualcuno la vuole eliminare affinch tutto ci rimanga un segreto Ma ci sono cose ben peggiori degli esseri umani e Hirka non l unica creatura ad essersi introdotta attraverso i portali Full review at Bookish Love Affair.What a wonderful piece of fantasy litterature With its roots in an aspect of Norse Mythology that seems kind of unknown and overlooked to me, we follow Hirka on a gripping journey as she tries to come to terms with the startling reveal of what she is She s always been different, she has no tail And it wasn t a wolf that took it She s never had it, because she is a odinsbarn litteraly child of Odin , a creature feared and mythical in the world where she l Full review at Bookish Love Affair.What a wonderful piece of fantasy litterature With its roots in an aspect of Norse Mythology that seems kind of unknown and overlooked to me, we follow Hirka on a gripping journey as she tries to come to terms with the startling reveal of what she is She s always been different, she has no tail And it wasn t a wolf that took it She s never had it, because she is a odinsbarn litteraly child of Odin , a creature feared and mythical in the world where she lives How did she get there But what simportant is how does she stay alive, if word gets out, shes s a good as dead But Hirka is a wonderful main character and although she first flees to save her own life, she turns who she is into a way of trying to help, when it radually becomes clear that the ruling group of people isthan a little corrupt There s magic, strange creatures, betrayal, friendship and a little romance, but underneath it all is a damn good story written in the most beautiful language So far, this book has only come out in Scandinavia as far as I know, but I hope it ll get published in English Because it is quite simply good You know when you ve had this book sitting on your shelf forever and then you finally read it and want to punch yourself in your face for not reading it sooner Odinsbarn by Siri Pettersen Imagine missing something everyone else has,something that proves you belong to this world.Something so vital, that without it, you re nobody.A plague A myth A humanFifteen winters old, Hirka learns that she is an Odin s child a tailless rot from another world Despised Dreaded And hunted Sh You know when you ve had this book sitting on your shelf forever and then you finally read it and want to punch yourself in your face for not reading it sooner Odinsbarn by Siri Pettersen Imagine missing something everyone else has,something that proves you belong to this world.Something so vital, that without it, you re nobody.A plague A myth A humanFifteen winters old, Hirka learns that she is an Odin s child a tailless rot from another world Despised Dreaded And hunted She no longer knows who she is, and someone wants to kill her to keep it a secret But there are worse things than humans, and Hirka is not the only creature to have broken through the gates In THE RAVEN RINGS series the classic elements of fantasy literature have been reinvented There are no prophecies, no dragons, and no magic swords There is magic, to be sure, but you won t find that word in the book The protagonist is a resourceful, female outcast, living with a savage Northerner who deals drugs She is not chosen , and has no special powers In fact, what sets her apart is the terrifying fact that she lacks the powers that everyone else has.The series has been maturing in the head of the author for almost a decade Dealing with matters of xenophobia, blind faith and the right or will to lead, this is epic fantasy literature with a purposefrom ravenrings.com.Odinsbarn which I guess translates to odinschild actually is the first book I ve read in Norwegian for probably 10 years Honestly the fact that it was a Norwegian book was part of the reason I never got around to reading it Over the years I got in the habit of reading english and never had any Norwegian books really grab my attention enough for me to go out and buy it But last year I wanted to give Norwegian authors a chance and the first book I bought was Odinsbarn I knew it to be one of the most popular fantasy books here Still, it took me ages to start it I ve had a horrible reading year so far I ve just been distracted by life I almost never took the time to read and the book had to be pretty damn amazing to keep my attention forthan 15 minutes Well, now I ve been dragging this 600 page book around with me for a week I ve been reading on the bus to from school, at school during breaks, on fishing trips and of course curled up on the couch and even better outside on our balcony This book is best read outside, breathing the fresh air You ll know if you read it I really don t know how to describe this book and write a decent review I m sad I can t find the words to explain in a short review because I don t think this book has been translated to english yet WHY and I want you all to be able to read it I truly think so many of you would love it There was a few things that I wish were different I m very critical about relationships in particular but nothing that would keep me from giving this book a million stars if I could The plot is so unlike anythings I ve ever read This was the best reading experience I ve had in a long time I hope this book will be translated to english soon soof you guys can experience this world too.I m definitely diving right into the next book in the Raven Rings trilogy to see what Hirka and Rime will get up to I have R ta right next to me right now, I had to run and get it off my shelf as soon as I finished Odinsbarn that ending was epic Kind of happy I m late to read this trilogy, the wait for the next book would have been painful HOLY CRAP I feel so sorry for all who can t read Norwegian because HOLY HELL this is a quality book which has everything