#BLOGTOUR | Children – Bjørn Larssen @bjornlarssen @sot_tours #bjornlarssen #readindie #storytellersontour #amreading #bookblogger #bookreview

Children by Bjørn Larssen
Published: October 3, 2020
Genre: Fantasy
Age Group: Adult
Pages: 460

Dates: October 4th–October 10th
Blog Tour Schedule

Magni never wanted to be like his father, a murderous, absent, cheating alcoholic: Thor – the feared and beloved God of thunder. When Thor destroys everything and everyone his son knows and loves, Magni vows to stop the violence. His dream is to bring peace and prosperity to the Nine Worlds, then settle down with the man he loves. But is it possible to remain good in a place this bad? How do you escape cruelty in a universe built on it, or the shadow of your father when everyone calls you by his name?

Maya knows she’s a failure and a disappointment to her foster-parents. How could a child raised by Freya and Freyr – Goddess of love and God of sex – have no interest in the greatest of pleasures? Obviously, it couldn’t be the torture they subjected her to, or treating her as a tool that might someday be useful. Maya, her rage at their games more powerful than she knows, wants freedom to pursue her own destiny. But how do you forge your own life away from your God-parents when you’re nothing more than human?

A retelling of the Norse myths unlike any other, Children will answer all the questions you never knew you had about the heathen Nine Worlds… before leading you into the Tenth.



I read Bjorn Larssen‘s novel, Storytellers, and absolutely loved it. So, when Children was presented in my email as a blog tour, I jumped at the opportunity. I am a big fan of this author and I couldn’t wait to read more from him.

I was NOT disappointed! Norse mythology fills these pages. The research is there. This book covers this topic with such amazing detail. I was absolutely absorbed while reading this novel.

Told in a split narrative between Magni and Maya. I loved these characters. Their stories are written so well. I went on an emotional Rollercoaster, and I didn’t want this story to end.

This book will not let you stop reading once you start, so prepare for that. You’re going to need all your attention for this, because it is just so intriguing to read.

Highly, highly recommended!!!



*I received a free copy of this book from Storytellers On Tour in exchange for an honest review on the blog tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*

Bjørn Larssen is a Norse heathen made in Poland, but mostly located in a Dutch suburb, except for his heart which he lost in Iceland. Born in 1977, he self-published his first graphic novel at the age of seven in a limited edition of one, following this achievement several decades later with his first book containing multiple sentences and winning awards he didn’t design himself. His writing is described as ‘dark’ and ‘literary’, but he remains incapable of taking anything seriously for more than 60 seconds.

Bjørn has a degree in mathematics and has worked as a graphic designer, a model, a bartender, and a blacksmith (not all at the same time). His hobbies include sitting by open fires, dressing like an extra from Vikings, installing operating systems, and dreaming about living in a log cabin in the north of Iceland. He owns one (1) husband and is owned by one (1) neighbourhood cat.


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