Episode 3: Take My Hand

Episode 3 of Season 2 is ready for you now!

Transcripts of Episodes 1-3 are available via Google Drive, here.

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Jarnsaxa escapes the Hei Shui Corporation and finds a world more harsh than she expected. She meets Nikea and Rocola, learns what humans really can be, and is given an unusual weapon. Sif and Eric escape to the unknown, and Heimdall shows Thor how disastrous his mission to find Jarnsaxa could be.

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Have you seen Sif and Eric yet?

Her hair’s shorn (if you’ve heard Season 1, you recall that unfortunate incident), and she’s on a journey. She’s reluctantly agreed to bring Eric along, since they have a common wound from Loki’s trickery.  But where is their next stop? And who’s chasing them?

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Episodes 1 and 2

The first two episodes of Jarnsaxa Rising are available for your listening pleasure!

Episode 1, We Who Contain Multitudes: In September of 1944, Jarnsaxa wakes in her witch bottle on the island of Sottunga. A plane crashes, bringing strangers to her realm. Will they free her? What are their intentions? Are humans worth her loyalty?

Episode 2, Only The Best & Brightest: Jarnsaxa and Loki infiltrate The Hei Shui Corporation, using the bodies of Bachman and Eric. Familiar voices distract them from their mission. Eric wakes in the Land of the Dwarves and meets Sif, only to risk making an enemy of her. Thor prepares for another of Odin’s murderous errands, and Heimdall demands answers.

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Less than 12 days to go.

Frank Olsen NorwayJarnsaxa returns on the new moon. In the meantime, here’s a sample to whet your appetite.

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The Aurora Borealis by Frank Olsen, Norway