Chadwick Ginther's urban fantasy debut, Thunder Road, is reviewed in the Januray/February 2013 issue of the Quill & Quire. Reviewer Robert J. Wiersema praises Ginther for "handl[ing] both the mythic and human aspects of Thunder Road with considerable skill." Wiersema concludes: "Thunder Road is a fast-paced, thoughtful novel, and news that it’s the first in a trilogy is welcome indeed."
Read the full review in the January/February 2013 issue of the Quill & Quire, available locally, and follow Chadwick Ginther's blog for more information on the author's upcoming events and projects.
In a flash, Ted Callan’s world exploded and amid the flames he saw the incomprehensible, the burning figure of the fire giant Surtur. Before long, Ted learns that the creatures of Norse folklore walk among us and his fate is forever tied to them.
Ted wants nothing more than to have his old life back. No more magic. No more smart-ass gods. To get it, Ted is willing to fight his way through any creature of legend. The problem is, if he succeeds, it might just be the end of the world.