Slaves of Valhalla (The Prometheus Wars, #2)



Slaves of Valhalla (The Prometheus Wars, #2) Fenrir The Wolf Howls Bifrost Beckons And Wes Answers.The Enigmatic Australian SAS Commando Awakens Into A Maelstrom Of Death And Destruction, His Memory In Tatters, And His Former Friend And Companion Dead.In His Hunt For Answers, Wes Uncovers Much Than He Was Searching For, And Enters A War Which Could See The Entire Planet Destroyed As Beasts Of Ice And Perils From Outside Our Realm Of Reality Threaten Humanity S Very Existence.Wes Must Try To Find A Way To Stop A Foe That Cannot Be Stopped, And Will Use Anything At His Disposal To Ensure Mankind Is Not Reduced To Slavery By The Creatures Which Founded Some Of The Most Terrifying Fables Of All Time.This Thundering Sequel To Luke Romyn S Bestselling Novel, BEYOND HADES, Is Certain To Blow Readers Away With Blistering Action And Thrills Which Would Humble The Very Gods.

A terrifying storm lashed Sydney s North Shore on June 21st, 1975 Boats were swamped and jetties smashed in what some claim was the worst storm to hit the coast for four decades.In the midst of the chaos, Luke Romyn s parents battled to get to a hospital to birth their baby boy Normally their idyllic island cottage was a near paradise on this night the journey to the mainland in their tiny boat A terrifying storm lashed Sydney s North Shore on June 21st, 1975 Boats were swamped and jetties smashed in what some claim was the worst storm to hit the coast for four decades.In the midst of the chaos, Luke Romyn s parents battled to get to a hospital to birth their baby boy Normally their idyllic island cottage was a near paradise on this night the journey to the mainland in their tiny boat seemed like a passage through Hell Their son was born near midnight, but part of the storm never left him.When Luke reached fifteen years of age his father was killed while working in Fiji, leaving Luke and his mother alone At times, the only things to get Luke through his grief were the stories playing out in his head, endless fantastical tales of lands both distant and near, with characters who would protect him from any tragedy.At eighteen, Luke began working in nightclubs as a bouncer Unbeknownst to him, this was simply the first step on a trek which would dictate much of his life from that point on For over two decades since, Luke has worked in the security industry from bouncing in some of Australia s roughest pubs and nightclubs to protecting Mickey Mouse and the Disney crew from the overzealous jaws of tenacious toddlers He s been bodyguard for celebrities internationally and chased feral pigs and snakes from jungle sets on Steven Spielberg productions Luke has traveled the globe and spent time in some of the most amazing locations the world has to offer.This experience fuels the Australian writer s ever expansive imagination, and he pours it into his novels, combining fact with fiction, history with fantasy, delivering engrossing action thrillers which leave fans gasping forLuke s quick wit has seen his social media following explode, and he is currently one of the most prolific social media celebrities in Australia, with several hundred thousand followers across the internet.Publishing his first book, The Dark Path, in 2009 saw it voted in the top 10 horror novels of that year, even though Luke denies ever intending the novel to be classed as horror Luke Romyn is now one of the most popular indie authors in the ever growing eBook market and personally completes everything from cover art to final formatting, working tirelessly with editors so as to refine the best stories possible for his readers The results are international bestsellers you re certain to love diving into Hundreds of thousands of readers can t be wrong

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 510 pages
  • Slaves of Valhalla (The Prometheus Wars, #2)
  • Luke Romyn
  • English
  • 10 May 2018

10 thoughts on “Slaves of Valhalla (The Prometheus Wars, #2)

  1. Eric says:

    Chock full of the trademark irreverent humor which I have come to expect from this author, I found Slaves Of Valhalla to be a decidedly entertaining read I was drawn to the first book, Beyond Hades, because of my general interest in mythology and that interest was once again piqued with this book In this edition of the story we are taken on a trip through the land of the Norse gods in the course of chasing the evil demigod Titan, Prometheus There isfun to be had with Wes, the half craze Chock full of the trademark irreverent humor which I have come to expect from this author, I found Slaves Of Valhalla to be a decidedly entertaining read I was drawn to the first book, Beyond Hades, because of my general interest in mythology and that interest was once again piqued with this book In this edition of the story we are taken on a trip through the land of the Norse gods in the course...

  2. Robert Woodman says:

    In Slaves of Valhalla, Book 2 of The Prometheus Wars, Wes, the mysterious Australian SAS commando from the future, and Dr Talbot Harrison, have another go at saving the world from mythology come to life This time, the danger is from monsters of Norse mythology.Old enemies and allies from book 1 Greek mythology are called upon to band together and face this new threat, which has the potential of destroying or enslaving all human life on Earth The Norse monsters are led by a villain from the In Slaves of Valhalla, Book 2 of The Prometheus Wars, Wes, the mysterious Australian SAS commando from the future, and Dr Talbot Harrison, have another go at saving the world from mythology come to life This time, the danger is from monsters of Norse mythology.Old enemies and allies...

  3. Jonathon says:

    Good follow up to the first novel Lots of fun Wee is still my favorite character Looking forward to the next book in the series.

  4. Drako says:

    So, I ve finally found the time to finish this book Damn good book, but my life has just been entirely too hectic But Luke Romyn is definitely my favorite indie author at this moment.So, this is book two of the Prometheus wars And I think this book is full oftwists and turns than the last book We come back to the world of Talbot Harrison and Wes This time, Wes wakes up with severe memory lapse And he seems to have somehow missed about twenty years as he awakens to find that Talbot ha So, I ve finally found the time to finish this book Damn good book, but my life has just been entirely too hectic But Luke Romyn is definitely my favorite indie author at this moment.So, this is book two of the Prometheus wars And I think this book is full oftwists and turns than the last book We come back to the world of Talbot Harrison and Wes This time, Wes wakes up with severe memory lapse And he seems to have somehow missed about twenty years as he awakens to find that Talbot has a daughter named Zoe a...

  5. Nancy Silk says:

    Take A Great Adventure Back Into The Past The first book of this series, Beyond Hades astounded me It was excellently written and edited, and I felt I was reading a modern classic It was awesome and spellbinding As this novel begins, Zoe is a beautiful young woman who has men naturally idolizing her and willing to follow her anywhere She opens the door to her New York City apartment to depart on her exercise run A man blocks her way and is as much surprised as Zoe The stranger dressed i Take A Great Adventure Back Into The Past The first book of this series, Beyond Hades astounded me It was excellently wri...

  6. Larry B Gray says:

    This is one of those WOW books which will totally captivate you Slaves of Valhalla by Luke Romyn is the second book of The Prometheus Wars series and it will keep you breathless just like the first book The non stop action and adventure is great.Luke Romyn did an excellent job of storytelling in this book, making it exciting and easy to follow at the same time The continual twist and turns of the book made it a hard book to put down once I started reading I really got into the story and ad This is one of those WOW books which will totally captivate you Slaves of Valhalla by Luke Romyn is the second book of The Prometheus Wars series and it w...

  7. Jeremy Poole says:

    Slaves of Valhalla The Prometheus Wars book 2 by Luke RomynLots of legends and legendary gods and figures battle to destroy or save humanity, and our Heroes, Wes and Talbot, band together to save us.This is a real fun read, Wes , is again a great fun character and the jumps in time and mythology prove to be engrossing I loved looking up all the legendry names and finding they all exist in the different mythologies, ranging from north to Greek Plug, I ve done the same in my books Great rea Slaves of Valhalla The Prometheus Wars book 2 by Luke RomynLots of legends and legendary gods and figures battle to destroy or save humanity, and our Heroes, Wes and Talbot, band together to save us.This is a real fun read, Wes , is again a great fun character and the jumps in time and mythology prove to be engrossing I loved looking up all the legendry names and finding they all exist in the different mythologies, ranging from north to Greek Plug, I ve done the sam...

  8. Judee says:

    The second book in the series I enjoyed this novel just as well as the first one The story flowed very well, and the characters were well developed This time it is based on figures from Norse mythology, but as a fan of mythology in general, I was able to follow the characters quite well It is not really a direct sequel a continuation of a single story line , but another story with the same main characters that happens after the action in the first book I wonder if there will be another boo The second book in the series I enjoyed this novel just as well as the first one The story flowed very well, and the characters were well developed This time it is based on figures from Norse mythology, but as a fan of mythology in general, I was able to follow the characters quite well It is not really a direct sequel a continuation of a single story line , but another story with the same main characters t...

  9. William says:

    Overall, I very much enjoyed Slaves of Valhalla, the second entry in the Prometheus Wars series by Luke Romyn The story is exciting and the way the author weaves Greek and Norse mythology together seamlessly is thoroughly engrossing While the book didn t grab me quite as fiercely as the first in the series, I enjoyed reading through Wes s adventures My only real gripe was that I felt the story dragged a bit at the end The twists in the finale blew me away Another great work from Mr Romyn, Overall, I very much enjoyed Slaves of Valhalla, the second entry in the Prometheus Wars series by Luke Romyn The story is exciting and the way the author weaves Greek and Norse mythology together seamlessly is thoroughly engrossing While the book didn t grab me quite as fiercely as the first in the series, I enjoyed reading through Wes s adventures My only real gripe was that I felt the story dragged a bit at the end The twists in the finale blew me away Another great w...

  10. Carly Kirk says:

    The only reason I read this book after not really enjoying the 1st in the series was because I already had it on my kindle And while it did make me laugh out loud at some of the one liners all in all, I feel like it was a waste of tim...

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