The Prisoner of Tartarus: A Marvel Legends of Asgard Novel - Marvel Legends of Asgard (Paperback)Richard Lee Byers (author)
The courageous hero Heimdall returns to save the Rainbow Bridge and Earth from dark sorcery in this swashbuckling fantasy adventure set in Marvel’s Legends of Asgard
A hero has fallen: Deprived of the mystical Gjallarhorn, his enchanted sword Holfund, his winged steed, and even his memory, Heimdall flees across the underworld of Tartarus with the minions of the dark god Pluto in pursuit. Aided only by his friend Kamorr, Heimdall must piece together the mystery of his memory loss and escape the realm of the dead. For his amnesia masks a far greater threat: The dark elf Malekith’s infernal machinations have corrupted the newly created Bifrost. Racing against the clock and his own memories, Heimdall must defeat Malekith and his allies before they can use the Rainbow Bridge to destroy both Midgard and Asgard.
Publisher: Aconyte Books
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 252 g
Dimensions: 197 x 130 x 20 mm
Edition: Paperback Original
"Original, fun and exciting read from first page to last." - Midwest Book Review
"Byers again is in top form, using his strong fantasy and world-building experience to craft an engaging tale of intrigue and mystery." - Martin's View
"For fans of this series, these characters, and fantasy novels in general, this is a book that you're definitely going to want to read." - Trans-Scribe
"In The Prisoner of Tartarus, Richard Lee Byers gives us an origin story we didn’t know we needed. especially if Asgard is of special interest to you." - The Cosmic Circus
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