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Too Far Gone By Chadwick Ginther,

  • Title: Too Far Gone
  • Author: Chadwick Ginther
  • ISBN: 9780888015419
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ted Callan, war herald of the Nine Worlds, must build a cage from Surtur s bones, unearth the Bright Sword, and vanquish the fire giant once and for all.But there s a catch.Ted needs Surtur s bones to build the cage, to get the sword, to kill the giant And Surtur is very attached to his bones.Enlisting Manitoba s giants, dwarves, and elves to watch over Winnipeg, Ted takeTed Callan, war herald of the Nine Worlds, must build a cage from Surtur s bones, unearth the Bright Sword, and vanquish the fire giant once and for all.But there s a catch.Ted needs Surtur s bones to build the cage, to get the sword, to kill the giant And Surtur is very attached to his bones.Enlisting Manitoba s giants, dwarves, and elves to watch over Winnipeg, Ted takes advantage of a lull in Surtur s fires to hitch a ride back to Edmonton for his best friend s wedding and search for answers While he s there he tries to mend fences with family and friends, dodges a legion of Surtur fanatics intent on setting the giant free, and learns he has three days left to live Without Loki or the Norns to help, he won t solve the riddle and see another day.It s the end of the world as Ted knows it time to face his doom.
    Too Far Gone Ted Callan war herald of the Nine Worlds must build a cage from Surtur s bones unearth the Bright Sword and vanquish the fire giant once and for all But there s a catch Ted needs Surtur s bones to

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    1. Chadwick Ginther s Too Far Gone is indeed a thrilling conclusion to his Thunder Road trilogy Ted Callan prepares to face his mortal foe, Surtur, and prevent the end of the world by fire Sounds simple, right But nothing in the Nine Worlds is ever simple and Ted has than his hands full Dwarves, elves, dead, formerly dead, gods and goddesses, men and women make for a surprising, stunning read It s one of those books that goes everywhere with you until it s done And at the end WHY isn t there a fou [...]

    2. Would give 4.5 stars Very satisfying ending to a Hel raising ride of a series If a battle in downtown Edmonton with pretty much every creature and a few gods from Norse mythology sounds like your preferred climax, I can t recommend this book and series enough Great fiction from a great Canadian author.

    3. I regret that I really don t know how to rate this one Callan s an interesting character and I did like how Ginther resolved the climax and denouement, but something holds me back from giving it three stars That written, the teenage me likely would have enjoyed the series a great deal, or perhaps not because I was even pretentious back then 2.5 to 2.67 stars.

    4. Too Far Gone, the final book in the Thunder Road Trilogy by Chadwick Ginther brings together the threads of transformation that have been woven throughout the trilogy Ted Callan, body tattooed by Dwarves and inheriting the powers of several Norse gods, has straddled the border between myth and superhero throughout the series, playing with the border between ancient myth and modern Ted begins to embody another aspect of the superhero tradition a conflict between his superhero identity and his civ [...]

    5. Conclusion to the trilogy Norse gods, magic, and unlikely hero Ted Callan, tattooed oilpatch worker, all return for a rematch with fire god Surtur The epic battle at the end was especially fun to read because it took place in downtown Edmonton, which I know well This series has one of my favourite depictions of Loki the trickster.Quibble I wish Jenny s subplot had ended differently.

    6. The action packed conclusion to Ginther s Norse fueled Thunder Road fantasy trilogy Gods, heroes, and monsters clash in the streets of Edmonton, Alberta, which is likely as dystopian a landscape as Canada is capable of producing Highest marks for the entire series.Read at the Redeblog.

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