Heir of Mjölnir (The Dragon Hunters #4)

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The servants of Hecate have been subject to persecution for many years. They have been misunderstood, accused of worshipping the devil. And Hecate has had enough. The Devil, Lucifer, has finally invaded the human world and his true servants, warlocks, are growing bold. Lucifer’s influence has spread throughout the world and nothing is the same as it was before he came. More
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Drako was born in 1987 in St. Louis, Missouri. He is mainly a fantasy writer, though he also writes some poetry and general fiction. He is very active on both twitter and facebook and has his own website at www.drakosden.com which is frequently updated with news on his books and fun extras. When he isn';t writing, he's busy helping take care of his nieces and sons, playing videogames, reading, promoting, and spending time with family. He also just recently started a podcast at https://anchor.fm/drako5 which goes to several other platforms, including spotify, google podcasts, and apple

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Reviews of Heir of Mjölnir (The Dragon Hunters #4) by Drako

Babyboobear99 reviewed on April 27, 2014

Heir of Moljnir, Book 4 of the Dragon Hunters Series, was about the demise of Lucifer by a few new characters that I thoroughly enjoyed. Vax is the star of this edition. He is a mortal-born witch that serves Hecate … he’s actually her chosen one to remove Lucifer from his host body. We also meet Tydarius, a knight of Erebus aka Brandon, and Lita, a phoenix that happens to be Vic’s descendent.

The secondary plot of this piece involves the romantic tension of Phil and Brandon. I am so ready for those two to get it on that I can’t stand it. Others like Galen, Demun, Cronus, and Jarel make special appearances.

This book, interestingly enough, reminded me of a few RPGs and First Person Shooting games that I love. If you are a gamer, it’s like Final Fantasy meets Wet or Tomb Raider. The action was amazing and the tests and trials were so descriptive that I felt everything in the scene. The surprise guest character that was introduced at the very end knocked me off of my feet. You’ll have to read the series to figure out who the iconic being is. While you do that … I’ll be running
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Maria Dodd reviewed on Feb. 17, 2014

I was given this book (ahead of Book5) in exchange for an honest review by the author via Lovers of Paranormal.

This series is fantastic - a definite must read! I was given the opportunity to read all of the books prior to reading Book 5 which was being offered as a 'Read 2 Review' item on LoP. What a pleasure it has been. After reaching the end of book 3 I decided to read a couple of books before reading the next one as I felt the impending doom of losing touch with the characters within this series. I now only have book 5 left and am torn between rushing on to read the continuing story or reading something else and delaying my gratification. Patience is not my strong suit!

The characters in this series have continued to delight me and have remained consistent throughout. The humour in dialogue is great and the Gods, Goddesses, demi gods etc are all very 'normal' and easy to relate to. Brandon has been a great read all by himself but I have really missed Demun with him and the fact that Andreas did not appear at all in this book was very disappointing to me.

For other followers of this series have some tissues ready for the last few pages (not in a terriby bad way) and be ready for your mouth to hang open in the last page or so! As a long time follower of all kinds of paranormal the end of this book left me with a huge smile :-D
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
Rae Ryans reviewed on Dec. 12, 2013

Full of action and suspense with twists and turns you won't see coming. I've actually not read any of the previous books, but am currently catching up. You can read it as a stand alone, but I always suggest to start at the beginning.

I love the blend of mythologies and found the transition seamless.
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D. Drache Dragao reviewed on July 20, 2013

This book was well worth the read, as are the things that have come from this author. I enjoyed the introduction of this new character, Vax. It was a change a pace from the nonhuman main characters I've seen in the previous books. The plot, if you had followed the series from the beginning, makes perfect sense and is missing if you had read the books out of order or not read any of the books leading up to this one. Anyway, this author should keep up the good work.
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
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