The Runaway (Valkyrie) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-10 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 43 user ratings

"For this week's Goodreads prompt, I read a 360-page book called The Runaway by Kate O'Hearn. It is set in Norse mythology and is about a Valkyrie named Freya. I made many predictions in this book while I was reading it. Freya, the main character, had black wings, unlike the rest of the Valkyries in Valhalla, who had white. Freya saw a Dark Searcher (Dark Searchers are the sons of Valkyries) with white wings. All Dark Searchers have black ones. When this white-winged Dark Searcher and the black-winged Freya first saw each other, Freya felt a sort of strong, pulsing connection with him. Based on their oddly colored wings and the way the two met, I made a prediction that Freya and this peculiar Dark Searcher were somehow related as brother and sister. I was correct — I later found that Freya and the Dark Searcher (whose name was Kai) were twins, and their wing colors had been mixed up. That is one of the predictions I made." said.

" I received a copy of this book from Simon and Schuster Children's Publishing via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. " said.

" wow even better than the first book loved this book more than the first and cant wait for more " said.

" Amazing book! Keep up the good work Kate O'hearn! Im looking foward to the next book in the series!! " said.

" So Kate o'Hearn is ofisiolly my fave Arthur " said.

" Amazing and breathtaking. Truly suprising and plot twisting. I hope you enjoy it too because I will never forget this book. " said.

" While it was an interesting story, most of the characters seemed too bland and predictable. Loki stood out somewhat, but sometimes his manner of speaking would sound far too much like all the other characters. They lack unique voices. " said.

" E ARC from Edelweiss Above the TreelineO'Hearn's Pegasus series is really popular in my library, but it's never been one to resonate with me. Given that Riordan's new series is also Norse based, this should circulate well, but all I could think about was the Rainbow Bridge. Why was that in Barron's Atlantis books? Why was so much Norse mythology that I didn't know was Norse mythology in that series. And by then I was just lost. Will buy if students request the series. " said.

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