Pre-Squee about Forecast by Rinda Elliott and Norse Mythology

Posted 23 July, 2014 by Danny in Blog, Danny, Meme, Pre Squee / 6 Comments

Pre-SqueeWelcome to the Pre-Squee, a new weekly feature here at the Bookworms and at The Book Swarm. Some books, though they might not be coming out for a few months, need an early squee — we just can’t hold in our excitement about them! Sure, we’ll do full reviews closer to the release date but this feature gives us a chance to share a little bit of our love, whether it be for the story, cover, characters, or whatever. We’re quite flexible in our book love.

So today we Squee about 

Forecast by Rinda Elliott

Series: Sisters of Fate #2

Goodreads | Pre-Order : amazon

August 4th 2014 by Harlequin Teen


I’m reading this right now and I love it so so much! Why you might ask? Well, it’s the perfect and classic Young Adult Paranormal that I love so very much. And ben better, the mythology is just amazing as it deals with Norse Gods and mythology, something I find highly fascinating! Actually there are not so many books out there, but the ones that are out, I really love!

In the “Sisters of Fate” series each book features one girl of a Triplett who host the souls of the Sisters of Fate and they try to save some boys who host the soul of the old gods!

And… I loved already the first book Foretold!

Here are a few books that deal with Norse Mythology and that I love so so much!


And because I am so in love with Forecast right now it’s my pick for an early Squee!

Do you also love Norse mythology and if yes which books are your favorites?



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6 Responses to “Pre-Squee about Forecast by Rinda Elliott and Norse Mythology”

  1. I remember how much you enjoyed Foretold, so I’m very excited to hear how much you’re enjoying Forecast as well! I really like the sound of the Norse mythology in it as well as the heroines meeting their match in a boy carrying a Norse God – LOL, do I have that right? I’m going to have to go back and check out book one again. Thanks Danny 🙂

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