L.A. Hammer has now published four novels, the first three books in the Sons of Odin series, and also Book Four; Balor's Might. His first: Book One of the Sons of Odin; Odin’s Awakening, was published in 2012:
BlueInk Reviewed Book Two and said - Hammer's vivid visual imagery . . . makes the character's journeys exhilarating and the battle scenes intense - BlueInk Reviews
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 die-hard fans will appreciate the Robert Jordan-esque layering of characters, relationships and lands that brings Kismeria to life - BlueInk Reviews
In this second installment of Hammer’s (Odin’s Awakening, 2014) epic fantasy series, the complexities of magical warfare and romantic loyalties continue. Taking center stage once again, however, are the action sequences. They’re akin to panoramic oil paintings of orgiastic chaos, as when “Hawks, Crows and Pixies broke away from the Shadow Men to punch through vampire chests in bright flares....Skulls exploded on impact, limbs falling as torn debris.” – Kirkus Reviews
The use of time-travel and other twists—like the fallout from a romantic triangle among Adem, Jean, and Princess Isabella—deftly prepares fans for a rousing sequel. – Kirkus Reviews
This immersive, colorful, and action-oriented fantasy series smoothly maintains its rapid pace. – Kirkus Reviews
In this fantasy debut, four individuals visit a war-torn realm full of monsters and magic, seeking to fulfill an ancient prophecy. - Kirkus Reviews
In the opening volume of a complex new fantasy series, Hammer offers readers lavish battles, dizzying amounts of gore, and a system of magical patrons called Battle Angels that fans of the Final Fantasy video games should enjoy. - Kirkus Reviews
The battles, during which the Sons of Odin—and Jean, the Daughter of Thor—summon superpowered guardians, are splatterfests (demons are blasted “into dust and smoke, torn flesh and large spurts of dark blood”). – Kirkus Reviews
A marathon of fantasy gore and slow-building characterizations in a land confronting demons. – Kirkus Reviews
Hammer’s prose is often dense with imagery, as when “Anna, the crew,” and “the bushland were all swallowed by a vortex of light and shadows,” and “the light exploded into tiny filaments of burning gold and white energies.” - Kirkus Reviews
In his third installment of the series, Hammer continues to tap a vein of phantasmagoric mayhem that should mesmerize video gamers and fans of the Lord of the Rings alike. Nearly every page displays eye-popping battle visuals: “Lightning filled the sky, a rainbow of coloured bolts, a thousand falling every second to turn the grey haze into a bright neon flare.” - Kirkus Reviews
Provides an action-packed turning point in the series and sets the stage for fresh adventures. - Kirkus Reviews
Recently released is a new version of the First Three Books in the Series, the Revised Edition Trilogy, of which this version of Book Two is a single volume of the Trilogy. The Revised Edition Book Two is basically the same as the Collector's Edition with some editing of grammar, phrasing, etc.
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.