In Mason Starling’s hands is the power to bring aboutthe end of the worldMason . . .The Fennrys Wolf stared up into the night as smoke andflaming debris drifted down around him, burning embers fallingthrough the dark sky above the shattered remains of thebridge that had been called Hell Gate.That night, the bridge had lived up to its name, in more waysthan one.Gone. She’s gone . . .In this pulse-pounding sequel to Starling, Mason Starling is alone afterhaving crossed over into the realm of the Norse gods, and heronly way out—the Bridge of Asgard—has been destroyed. Alreadytraumatized after seeing Fennrys shot, Mason is further shocked to findherself in a place that she thought existed only in myth—Hel. So whenshe is greeted by a mysterious woman who introduces herself as thequeen of Hel and Mason’s long-dead mother, things quickly go frombad to strange.Mason needs to return to her old life in Manhattan—and moreimportantly, she needs to find Fenn. In her quest to leave Hel, Masonlearns she must find the Spear of Odin, a powerful magickal object andthe only thing that can get her back home. What Mason doesn’t knowis that if she takes up the Spear, she could set forth a series of eventsculminating in the end of the world . . .