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C. Gockel got her start writing fanfiction, and she is not ashamed! Much. She received emails, messages and reviews from her fans telling her she should 'do this professionally'. She didn't; because she is a coward and life as a digital designer, copywriter and coder is more dependable. But in the end, her husband's nagging wore her down: "You could be the next '50 Shades of Gray' and I could retire!" Unfortunately, the author isn't much for writing smut. She is sad about this; she'd love for her husband to be able to retire and just work for her so she could nag him.
At the moment Ms. Gockel is putting the finishing touches on "I Bring the Fire Part III: Chaos".
Ms. Gockel loves to hear from readers. She can be reached by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
on March 28, 2015 :
A very satisfying ending to a fantastic, thought-provoking series. The saga flows completely from beginning to end. It doesn't necessarily end as one anticipated, but the ending is logical and consistent with the story line. As the old gods age, their priorities change, and in the change, they foretell their ending. But every ending is a new beginning, and
Ragnarok depicts this quite well.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
on March 21, 2015 :
So, you've seen those THOR movies and think you know Loki, do you? Think again. From the moment young med student Amy, attacked in Wolves, the initial book of the "I Bring the Fire" series, by a serial rapist has her cries for help heard and acted upon by Loki, our preconceptions of his nature began a refining process that sets up this final adventure. In their attempt at thwarting Odin's sincere, but misguided attempt at bringing Midgard (Earth) under his control, Amy leads her now magical band to seek the aid of the Ice Giants. This is an odyssey worthy of Homer. Without giving away plot secrets, let me just say the twist and turns left me gasping and hanging on as if on the wildest roller coaster ride. The authors balance betwixt action and dialog manages the difficult task of keeping the attention of both male and female readers. Although I pride myself at being able to predict plot lines, Ms. Gockel repeatedly fooled me as if Murphy (of Murphy's Rules) was guiding her. Ragnarok is the shining gold capstone on a literary construct as exciting as anything written by S. M. Stirling or J. K. Rowling. My only negative comes from the realization that this saga is finished. However, I look for more adventures from this imaginative author.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)