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- Print Length: 262 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B007EW75Y6
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,169,203 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Empty Altars Kindle Edition
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The author does an excellent job of depicting Diana, the Roman goddess of nature, childbirth, the hunt and the moon who was also known as Hecate and Artemis in Greek mythology, in this book despite my dislike of her at the beginning. A witch of great power, her runes transports her to a Norse meadow, where she soon learns that she is not wanted. She soon comes to learn that she is to play a vital plot in trying to save the Norse and the whole world from the black-hearted, evil witch Heid. She frustrated me with her cocky attitude, impulsiveness and quick temper but redeemed herself with her caring side and her eagerness to assist those in need of her help. She is in no way a damsel in distress and I admired her strong, independent and feisty attitude but she also irritated me with her arrogance and sometimes superior attitude.Read more ›
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When the universal balance is threatened, Diana (goddess of the hunt and goddess of all magic) is sent by her runes to help the Norse gods protect the world from a burgeoning evil strong enough to destroy everything the gods created.
Mythology is not a strong interest of mine, but Empty Altars’ synopsis poked my curiosity. The beginning started a bit slow and was somewhat confusing (I’m sure due to my lack of mythological knowledge), but once the action started and the pace picked up, Ms. Post’s voice had my full attention.
Strong characterization, layered personalities and a solid plot kept me turning pages. For those who enjoy fantasy worlds ruled by gods, goddesses and magic, Empty Altars will not disappoint. I am thrilled at finding a new author to follow and look forward to reading more of Ms. Post’s work.
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The main character in Empty Altars is the goddess Diana. She has a tough battle ahead of her this time when she is transported to Asgard and must help Tyr the Norse sky god defeat one of his mortal enemies.
I can't tell you how it ends but, it's really good so far!
The story was an imaginative mix of old gods and goddesses from different cultures attempting to work together with some humans, dragons, giants, witches and other mythical creatures to save a common world from an evil witch and her minions.
There was excellent character development and even a little romance, but not heavy sex scenes.
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