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Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard

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on 24 November 2015

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Transcript of Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard

The climax of the book happens when Magnus and his friends find the Island of the Wolf and see the Fenris Wolf. They collide with the wolf so they can tighten the chains of his bindings. After they did that, Surt and his army come to try to start Ragnarok. Magnus and his friends fight them and are able to delay Ragnarok using the Sword of Summer.
The conflict is between Magnus and the characters who want to start Ragnarok. These characters, like Surt and Loki, do everything in their power to stop Magnus and his friends from taking the Sword of Summer to the Island of the Wolf to delay Ragnarok.
The protagonist of the book is Magnus Chase, a blue eyed, blonde haired 16 year old homeless boy, whose father is Frey (Norse god of spring and summer time).
The supporting characters are Sam, Magnus's Valkyrie, Blitz, his dwarf friend, and Hearth, his elf friend.
The antagonist are Loki (Norse god of trickery) and Surt (god of the fire giants).
The setting of this book is all of the nine realms of Asgard from Norse mythology and modern day America as well as the Island of the Wolf. The main places in the book are Boston, Massachusetts, Valhalla and the Island of the Wolf.
Valhalla is shown as a hotel, where the valiant dead train for Ragnarok. The Island of the Wolf is where the Fenris wolf is kept bound, and is an isolated island with many heather plants throughout, that only appears once a year.
The theme of this book is friends should stick together till the end. This is the theme because no matter what happened, Magnus, Sam, Blitz, and Hearth never abandoned or gave up on each other. As long as the group remains loyal to each other and trust each other they are able to overcome any obstacles or enemies.
Book Recommendation
Plot, Conflict, And Climax
Characters, Theme, And Setting
Genre and Book Recommendation
Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard
The Sword of Summer
By: Rick Riordan

Project by:Sarah Yarbrough
The Sword of Summer is a science fiction fantasy novel. Its set in modern day, but the characters are based on Norse mythology.
I recommend this book because it is one of the funniest books I've ever read. It has so many puns and sarcastic comments from the characters it actually made me laugh out loud because it was just hilarious.
The Sword of Summer
is very entertaining and I can honestly say I couldn't put it down.
The basic plot of the book is that Magnus starts out homeless when his Uncle Randolph finds him. His uncle says Magnus' dad is a Norse God while he drives Magnus to a bridge. Magnus is able to summon the Sword of Summer when an evil guy (Surt, Norse god of fire giants) shows up to take it. Surt killed Magnus, and Magnus ended up in Valhalla. The Sword of Summer was special in that it was the only weapon that can defeat Surt. Surt lost the weapon while killing Magnus. Magnus' friends, Blitz and Hearth, have to break Magnus out of Valhalla. After that, the group discovers that Surt and Loki and their minions are out to destroy the world by starting Ragnarok. They are charged with delaying Ragnarok by finding the Sword of Summer and using it to defeat Surt and to prevent the Fenris Wolf from being freed. Along the way they find Magnus' Valkyrie, Sam, and they search for the Sword of Summer and a way to the Island of the Wolf so they can stop Ragnarok.
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