L.A. Hammer has now published three novels, the first three books in the Sons of Odin series. His first: Book One of the Sons of Odin; Odin’s Awakening, was published in 2012, and received these quotes from Kirkus reviews:
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The novel has a wealth of plot and spends more time relaying information than describing action, but when the action comes, it’s exhilarating—mortals and immortals face off against demons, vampires and Rahkwel . . . A complex fantasy novel brimming with weird and whimsical details – Kirkus
Book Two of the Sons of Odin; Druantia’s Curse, was published in 2013, and received these quotes from BlueInk reviews:
Hammer’s vivid visual imagery (as in, “a blur of motion as the five thousand riders moved in unison like a school of fish navigating on a sea of green”) makes the character’s journeys exhilarating and the battle scenes intense . . . Druantia’s Curse is entertaining and full of surprises—from wormholes to vampires—but it requires dedication to track all of the subplots. Casual readers of fantasy may be frustrated by the wealth of detail, but diehard fans will appreciate the Robert Jordan-esque layering of characters, relationships and lands that brings Kismeria to life – BlueInk
Book Three of the Sons of Odin; Arawn’s Carnage, was published in 2014, and this book concludes the first half of the main series. Hammer intends to write a second half of at least three books, as well as a middle series of books that detail the events of Highlander’s son and grandson on their adventures in Kismeria.
L.A. Hammer is currently writing Book Four of the Sons of Odin; Balor’s Might, which begins the new half of the main series, and is due for release some time in 2015.
Book One of the Rise of Orion, A Sons of Odin Prequel, is scheduled for ebook release through Smashwords sometime in 2015.