The Hammer of Thor

The Hammer of Thor Book of the AD series sees Jade Phoenix and their companions flung into the frozen wastes of northern Europe Here they must somehow reach Asgard home of the Norse Gods in order to steal the Ham

  • Title: The Hammer of Thor
  • Author: Aiki Flinthart
  • ISBN: 2940011458248
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Nook
  • Book 2 of the 80AD series sees Jade, Phoenix and their companions flung into the frozen wastes of northern Europe Here they must somehow reach Asgard, home of the Norse Gods, in order to steal the Hammer of Thor They are far from civilisation, snowbound, hunted, lost and on a deadline If they don t reach Asgard in time, bad things will happen Ragnarok the end of theBook 2 of the 80AD series sees Jade, Phoenix and their companions flung into the frozen wastes of northern Europe Here they must somehow reach Asgard, home of the Norse Gods, in order to steal the Hammer of Thor They are far from civilisation, snowbound, hunted, lost and on a deadline If they don t reach Asgard in time, bad things will happen Ragnarok the end of the world Unending winter, followed by hellfire and an almighty battle between the gods and giants If this world is destroyed, Phoenix and Jade die with it and their bodies, back in their own world, die as well.Standing in their way are trolls, wolves, their old enemy Feng Zhudai and a new one Loki, god of mischief and chaos.To save this world and themselves, they must get to Asgard in time Of course, it would help if they knew where it was Then, somehow, when they do find it, they have to steal Thor s Hammer and everyone knows that stealing things from Gods is a bad idea.

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  • Aiki Flinthart

    Aiki lives in Brisbane, Australia, with her husband, Ernest , teenage son Leonidis not their real names, obviously , aging dog and directionally challenged fish.In between being a wife, running a business full time and helping Leonidis with homework, she squeezes in a few hobbies, including Martial arts, painting, writing, reading, bellydancing and playing three or four musical instruments Occasionally she even sleeps Very occasionally.

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  • Phoenix, Jade, Brynn and Marcus are back in this all new adventure in the 80AD series called Hammer of Thor. When they try to return Truda back to Asgard to her father Thor, wolves, trolls, and Vikings get in their way. Can they succeed in their mission to take Truda home and get the Hammer of Thor before Ragnarok comes? Read on and find out.I enjoyed this second book of the 80AD series and can't wait to see what happens next. It's action-packed, and for lovers of action adventure, fantasy and y [...]


  • Phoenix n Jade along with their friends have travelled thru the portal from London into the Scandinavian lands. They must return the "Jewel of Asgard" as their second quest n retrieve Thor's hammer to proceed to the next level. What I don't understand is Jade n Phoenix's reluctance to believe that they r not just playing a game but actually living in ancient times. Even though their avatars r 17 year old adults they still have the minds n attitudes of teenagers. When the going gets tough each ex [...]


  • (This review may contain spoilers).I haven't yet read the first book in this series, but the basic premise was one that I liked the idea of and I found the storyline and characters easy to follow in this.I thought it was interesting to see how the lives in the real-world game worked. I also liked how the game translated to the real world, such as the whole side-quests thing. I've played computer games before and there never seems to be a real time limit, as multiple side quests can be completed. [...]


  • The story continuesThis may be aimed at younger readers (it's a long time since I was in that age) but any science fantasy fan will appreciate the series. The characters continue to develop as each quest proceeds. Can hardly wait to start on the 3rd book



  • Book two continues with Phoenix, Jade and their companions traveling through Nordic lands to try and return Truda to her home, and then get hold of Thor’s hammer. Failing to do so will not only bring about the end of the computer game world but their original world as well!As you would expect level two of the game is harder than the first. The warriors have to battle against indestructible trolls, and Jade has to use her wits to help defend them in a Norse Gods courtroom or they will become sa [...]


  • Phoenix, Jade, Marcus, & Brynn are back in the second level of the computer game 80AD. This time they are in the frozen lands of Scandinavia trying to return the jewel they obtained in the first level to its rightful place in Asgard, home of the Norse gods. As you might imagine, they do not find the going easy or enjoyable. This time they encounter wolves, larger than life (as in 20 feet large) trolls, elves, and the Norse gods themselves. And, to make matters worse, they are unsure as to ho [...]


  • The quest continues on Level 2. Both Phoenix & Jade are continually acting like little kids, so selfish and self-sufficient, not even wanting to have to share the glory with adults that offer their help. Really, the Elf King says he will send word for everyone to help them on their quests. Jade says, “NO!” How stupid! She tells the King, “Promise me you won’t let your people help us!” Makes no sense at all.Phoenix is supposed to be a warrior, but NEVER thinks to rest or sleep when [...]


  • Its Hammer Time! I really enjoyed the second book in this series of five. Too bad Aiki does not have a better editor, misspelled words or words with an added letter were distracting.But the good news is the story telling has stepped up another couple levels. Imagine the five questing friends are now in Trolltiven or Troll land. A black wolf has force them there. After finding a cave Marcus goes out to hunt food, the two or four footed kind. But a Troll by the name of Grendel finds him and starts [...]


  • This is the second in the fantasy series 80AD, and they should be read in order, as they act as the levels in the game, and there are "previously in 80AD" recap moments!Phoenix and Jade, still trapped in the game world, have to return the Jewel of Asgard to her home, and also have to somehow steal the Hammer of Thor. They and their companions have to battle the harsh landscape, to fight Grendel the troll - nicely done, I thought! - and get to Asgard.I like the way the author weaves tradition leg [...]


  • Actually, it wasbarely OKI liked very few things in it; one of them was the suspension.But I disliked most of it like the ancient Greece "gods", the long monologs and the constant doubt about everything! There are more questions in this story than the statements; they -Jade and Phoenix- kept asking themselves repeating and stupid questions that we -and they- already know the answer to most of them. Like; are they in a game or not? will they survive? "can I do it?"In conclusion; I finished it jus [...]


  • This one was slightly better than the last, but I still would have liked to see a bit more depth. Phoenix showed little to no growth and has become rather prickish. Jade continues to be insecure, but at least has been more likeable than Phoenix. The plot is still pretty good, although I'd like to see a bit more description. I will say that the mythology is well researched and I am looking forward to the next book simply due to the fact that it takes place in Egypt.


  • This one (2nd in the 80AD series) kept my attention much more than the first. Enjoyed the character's personalities much more. Maybe I am just getting used to them?There were some battle scenes but it seemed a bit toned down in many spots. In the end, some of the major resolutions were more brains than braun. That is the case in role playing games so it adds to the reality factor. I am looking forward to the task awaiting them in Level 3.


  • Started this Sunday, finished Monday. I enjoyed this book, but not as much as the first book. I was still enthralled with the characters. This book had a few surprises and a good lead into part three. The meeting with the elves was a little light. It should have had a little more details explaining the treatment of humans.


  • Good fun easy to read. This is the second in the series of five that I down loaded as a free eBook from Kobo. Series is based on a role playing game in which two kids get transported into the game and have to complete a series of quest. If you are looking for some light entertainment and like sword and sorcery this will fill the bill. Start with the Jewel of Asgard(book one)and enjoy.


  • The second in the series continues the friends' quest to finish the "game" and return to their own world. An old concept (gamers incorporated into a video game made popular by Tron) that involves Norse mythology.


  • I enjoy the action that exist in this book. It was a fun and enjoyable read. Interesting about the little twist towards that end of the book about Jade's character. I was able to finish this book quickly. I am hoping that the third book is just as much fun and is enjoyable as well.


  • 2.5 stars. Both main characters have gotten rather whiny, which is more than a little frustrating and irritating. Not as strong a read as Book 1, but still worth reading, and I will continue reading the series, which I think is solid overall.


  • Interesting, clever AND educational. Good story so you don't even realise you're learning. Great series so far.







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