Mannaz Rune: Represents humankind and is a reminder of the

Mannaz Rune: Represents humankind and is a reminder of the

10/5/2021, 6:00:51 PM
Mannaz Rune: Represents humankind and is a reminder of the shared human experience . Casting Meaning: Mannaz has many powers. First it is a rune that less us know we can achieve our fullest potential. Secondly, it reminds us that we, as humans, all have shared experiences in life. Lastly, we can use the power of this run to gain the upper hand in disputes and arguments. . To celebrate the release of the third and final book, #ShipoftheDead , in the Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard trilogy this week, I’ve partnered with @readriordan to be part of the #RuneMagicTour (You can follow this hashtag all week to learn about all 24 letters in the runic alphabet, which is pretty rad) . By now you may already know that I’m a huge Rick Riordan fan (especially if it involves Percy Jackson, and PJ fans may even see some familiar faces pop up in this trilogy. squeeeeeee) I love Riordan's humor, his ability to give each of his characters a truly unique voice, the focus on diversity in his stories, and all of the mythology. . If you don’t know about Magnus Chase yet (last name sound familiar to PJO fans? That’s right, Magnus is related to Annabeth!) this trilogy follows Magnus on his adventures against the trickster god, Loki. . If you haven’t read anything by Riordan yet, or you might have a reluctant young reader on your hands, I cannot recommend any of his books more. I, myself, am super excited to dive into this finale and check out the other rune posts this week. . What are some of your favorite mythological characters? (and if you’ve read Riordan, who are some of your fave characters in his books?)

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