I enjoy all kinds of books, and hope to write my own.
The Sword of Summer, written by Rick Riordan is a masterpiece that you won’t want to end. Magnus Chase is your average sixteen year old homeless person. After the death of his mother, Magnus has been living on the streets, living his life as well as he could. Then, one day, he decides to go to his Uncle Randolph’s house, the one place his mother always told him not to go. He meets his uncle, who whisks him off as soon as he sees him.They go to The Longfellow Bridge, Magnus finds out a secret about his family, he claims his birthright, and Magnus Chase dies. Not permanently, though. He goes to Valhalla, the afterlife for the honorable dead, and home of Odin’s warriors. Magnus, along with his friends, a Valkyrie, a dwarf, an elf, and a talking sword, have to keep Fenris wolf tied up and delay Ragnarok, the end of the world. With alf seider, healing powers, and all of Valhalla against them, do you think they’ll succeed?