• Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard: 9 from the Nine Worlds

  • Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard
  • By: Rick Riordan
  • Narrated by: Various
  • Length: 3 hrs and 4 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (474 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Beloved characters from the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard series star in these hilarious and imaginative new short stories, each set in a different one of the Nine Worlds from Norse mythology.

The Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard trilogy may have concluded, but we haven't heard the last of our favorite peeps from the Nine Worlds. Join Hearthstone, Blitzen, Samirah, Alex, Jack, T.J., Mallory, Halfborn, and more on a hilarious and unforgettable journey through Rick Riordan's unique take on Norse mythology. While Magnus is off visiting his cousin, Annabeth, his friends find themselves in some sticky, hairy, and smelly situations as they try to outwit moronic giants, murderous creatures, and meddlesome gods. Can they stave off Ragnarok at least until Magnus gets back?

©2018 Rick Riordan (P)2018 Listening Library

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I don’t like the narrator

It’s a good book but I just don’t the like the narrator and I can’t tell if this is book 4

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very entertaining!

this is a fun listen, humorous, a great way to spend some time. highly recommend.

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it's the little things....

would like to see the pronunciation of common words across all relevant stories be the same.

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Terrible voices

we are huge fans of Magnus Chase fans but this book was a major disapointment!

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Annoying

I found the voices in this production grating and annoying. With each new one I hoped that maybe there would be a different, better narrator, but no. It doesn't help that somehow RR's first-person-character writing style works better in a printed book than in an audio tale. The dialogue just felt stiff—compounded by the irritating narration. I'd recommend reading this one in print, but even then only if you've read every other book in any of the gods' series and are being a completist about it all.

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Hilarious!

Enjoyable little stories from the Magnus Chase universe! Definitely leaves things open for Rick to continue! I hope he does!

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Must be for really young ones

Story did not capture us and the reading was painful to listen to. We did not last 30 min before we had enough.

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Disappointing set of short stories

This is the last installment in the Norse mythology set of books. We found this somewhat underwhelming. The short stories vary a lot in quality. Overall it just wasn’t as much fun as the main novels where there is more of a plot.

We did really enjoy the narration however.

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why the multiple voices?

good narrators give each character their own voice. listeners like consistency in those voices, Dick Hill-Jack Reacher series, etc.

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Pretty disappointed

Although Norse sagas were short stories, after having decent storylines for several books to fall back to the short stories was disappointing the way the Norse Mythology Book by Gaiman. The different perspectives was interesting but would have been more fun if it was about the story in the books so far, in parallel the way Orson Scott Card did in the Ender’s Game series

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