The Age of Odin
6 January 2011
Gideon Coxall was a good soldier but bad at everything else, until a roadside explosive device leaves him with one deaf ear and a British Army half-pension.
So when he hears about the Valhalla Project, it’s like a dream come true. They’re recruiting former service personnel for excellent pay, no questions asked, to take part in unspecified combat operations.
The last thing Gid expects is to find himself fighting alongside ancient Viking gods. The world is in the grip of one of the worst winters it has ever known, and Ragnarök – the fabled final conflict of the Sagas – is looming...
The third book in James Lovegrove’s Pantheon series (including The Age of Ra and The Age of Zeus), The Age of Odin sets a tight cast of engaging and believable English squaddies alongside the Norse gods, to fight in the final battle against their ancient foe, the evil shapeshifter Loki.
Gripping military action meets mythology and giant machines in a summer blockbuster in paperback form.
“The kind of complex, action-oriented SF Dan Brown would write if Dan Brown could write.” – The Guardian on The Age of Zeus