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Peek Inside Thunderstruck

Stevie Moon is least to the subscribers on her comic review vlog. At school, she’s as plain as the gray painted walls in the cafeteria. So, when Blake, the hot new guy at school, shows an interest in her, she knows trouble when she sees it. Been there. And never doing it again.


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Stevie Moon is least to the subscribers on her comic review vlog. At school, she’s as plain as the gray painted walls in the cafeteria. So when Blake, the hot new guy at school, shows an interest in her, she knows trouble when she sees it. Been there. And never doing it again.

As the son of the god Thor, Blake Foster's been given an important mission—to recover the Norse god Heimdall’s sacred and powerful horn before someone uses it to herald in the destruction of the entire universe. But while Blake is great in a fight, the battlefield that is a high school’s social scene is another matter.

Blake knows his only choice is to team up with the adorable Stevie, but she's not willing to give him even the time of day. He'll need to woo the girl and find the horn if he hopes to win this war. Who better to tackle Stevie's defenses than the demi-god of thunder?


"Every page brims with captivating Norse mythology and deliciously creative worldbuilding." Pintip Dunn, New York Times bestselling author

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781640633674
Release Date: Sep 11, 2017
Page Count: 258
Imprint: teen crave
Genre: fantasy, gods and goddesses, young adult
Tropes: mistaken identity, opposites attract, overcoming odds

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By D.M. July 13, 2018

Brenda Drake's books are magical and creative. Thunderstruck is no different. It's unique, fun and in a world of its own. Book nerds eat your heart out. We have gods, cosplay and romance.

Stevie loves comic heroes. She likes to dress up and play all her favourite characters. She has a popular vlo... ...more

By Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥ September 14, 2017

***3.5/5 Stars***
Thunderstruck was such a cute story. It revolved around Norse Mythology and the pages were filled with friendship, drama, first love and some mystery. I quickly read it in two sittings and I found myself smiling a lot. While it had a younger vibe and a few adorable yet cheesy mom... ...more

By Krysti February 07, 2018

THUNDERSTRUCK is a wonderfully romantic adventure rich with Norse Mythology and captivating characters.

I found this story to be wonderfully charming and absolutely addictive. This is easily a book that you can read in one sitting, and you will definitely find yourself wanting to do just that.

I'm... ...more

By Maranda August 26, 2017

Superheroes The Next Generation! AVENGERS sons of THOR. Handsome, honest, and loyal and on a mission to save the worlds. High school students make the perfect cover for these brothers on a trail to recover the horn. Young love and comic book action lead the reader on a journey made more intense b... ...more

By Anie October 08, 2017

Received from NetGalley

Stevie Moon is famous on internet and just ordinary girl in school. She and her friend have a comis book review vlog and she dresses up as comic book hero.

Blake is son of Thor and has come on Earth on a mission to find a Heimdall's horn, before someone use it and start Ragn... ...more

By Jami September 09, 2017

I have only one problem with this book: I want the sequel faster, damn it!

Stevie's the kind of geek girl I wish I'd had the confidence in high school to be. She's passionate about her geekitude, and isn't afraid to show it, albeit while hiding her identity. Not because she thinks she'll be bulli... ...more

By books are love September 22, 2018

Received in exchange for a honest review.

I have read many of Miss Drakes books but none have been like this one. Here we have a shy Stevie who hides behind masks to do her comic review vlog who ends up in the story of her comics itself.

Stevie is smart, kind and sassy when she wants to be. She is... ...more

By Barb January 15, 2018

This weekend I dove into Thunderstruck by Brenda Drake, a YA novel that effortlessly combines Norse mythology, action-adventure, and sweet romance.

As a kid, my mom introduced me early to Greek mythology because it was one of her passions. And I fell in love with those stories. Now as an adult, I... ...more

By Stephanie September 19, 2017

Thunderstruck is an intense YA fantasy that combines mythology with a contemporary love story. Stevie is a high schooler with a heart issue. Blake is the son of the Norse god Thor. Blake has feelings for Stevie and those feelings are returned...until Stevie learns Grace has feelings for her, too.... ...more

By Laurie September 05, 2017

What a fast read full of twists and norse mythology with gods and goddesses. The plot was highly original and full of one surprise after another. I wish it would have included more interaction between Bake and Stevie but I am looking forward to the next addition. Thank you NetGalley and Brenda Dr... ...more

By Yara August 26, 2017

I love Thor, and mythology, so this was a good book for me :) Blake is one of Thor's sons tasked to find a missing Asgardian item list on Earth before it falls I to the wrong hands. Blake is great. He's hot like his dad but without the cockiness. Stevie is great too- she has a secret life as a fa... ...more

By Amanda September 23, 2017

So fun! This was a great, entertaining read with cute boys, romance, and a whole lot of scary mythological creatures. I gobbled it up. All the references to Norse mythology (and all the characters who pop up) are really fun. Stevie is such a great character, and I loved her love of comics and cos... ...more

By Victoria December 29, 2017

Loved this twist on another tale. Fun read, well written, very very few editing errors, if I hadnt been interrupted a million times I would have read it straight through.
Thank you Brenda Drake loved the story! ...more

By Beth September 02, 2017

Thank you Netgalley for this arc for an honest and fair review!

I'm not going to lie i did look at other reviews before reading this - looking a the star rating most importantly so I did go into the book hoping I would be pleasantly surprised and that I was.

I found that... ...more

By Laura August 27, 2017

Thunderstruck is a fun, fast ride with twists and turns and plenty for teens to love. Young readers will enjoy the plot, quest, and mythical beings. I craved even more information about the physical link between the mythical/fictional Norse god-ruled Asgard and Milgard (earth.)

The half-brotherly... ...more

By Ruthie September 12, 2017

Thunderstruck is heavy with Norse Mythology, but having full knowledge in such things is certainly not needed to enjoy this fast-paced story.

Thunderstruck is enjoyable and fun, with just enough plot twists to keep the reader engaged and turning the page to find out what happens next. Geared towar... ...more

By Olivia July 01, 2018

"Thunderstruck" was a cute read that follows Einar/Blake and Stevie. All the myths around Thor are true, and Thor's son Einar, likely next in line for the crown, is on Earth in search of the horn. The last signals were around the high school, where he is posing as a student from Norway named Blak... ...more

By Marty September 16, 2017

Since I love anything related to mythology, I was excited to buy this book the moment it came out. And Im happy to report it fully delivered. The mythology world building is complex but well-fleshed out, and the story is just plain fun.

This cute YA novel has something for everyone: first love, te... ...more

By Tammy September 26, 2017

Let me say I loved this one and if not for some issues it would have been a five for me. The issues were mainly with the transition from scene to scene in the first part of the book. I even reread to see if I missed something a few times. Also, and this is a minor issue, one part said Jules died... ...more

By Kim Reads June 27, 2018

Reviewed by The Teen

Thunderstruck is the most vibrant and intriguing book by Brenda Drake I have ever read. The plot, the storyline, the romance, everything is phenomenal. I love the world Brenda has created.

Blake Foster is Thors son and his mission is to go to Earth and find Heimdalls horn befo... ...more

By Fay May 07, 2019

4.5 Stars!
Thunderstruck was a young adult fantasy book with Norse mythology and romance.
I liked the plot, the mythology and the interesting characters. I also liked Stevie's and Blake's connection and Kyle turned out to be not so bad.
This was an intriguing novel with a lot mythical aspects and wa... ...more

By Erin October 11, 2017

THUNDERSTRUCK, by Brenda Drake, is a fabulous contemporary fantasy. A completely original story, it has plenty of twists, wonderful characters, and Norse mythology - need I say more? I love how both Blake and Stevie have their secrets, which only adds to the romantic tension, as well as the fast... ...more

By Debs January 09, 2019

quick read, young adult. The teens in this aren't nearly as annoying as other young adult books. ...more

By Louis August 31, 2018

Fun twist on mythology

Couple of rough edges but really fun. Would love to see more in this world, maybe other pantheons could be used? ...more

By Rylie April 25, 2019

Amazing book! ...more

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Brenda Drake

About the author

NY Times Best Selling Author

Brenda Drake

Brenda Drake grew up the youngest of three children, an Air Force brat, and the continual new kid at school. Her fondest memories growing up is of her eccentric, Irish grandmother's animated tales, which gave her a strong love for storytelling. With kids of all ages populating Brenda's world, it was only fitting that she would choose to write stories with a bend toward the fantastical for both younger readers and the young at heart. And because she married her prince charming, there's always a romance warming the pages. Her favorite books are The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis, Kings Row by Henry Bellamann, and Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins. When she's not writing, she hosts workshops and contests for writers such as Pitch Wars and Pitch Madness on her blog, and holds Twitter pitch parties on the hashtag, #PitMad. In her free time, Brenda enjoys hanging out with her family, haunting libraries, bookstores, and coffee shops, or just reading someplace quiet and not at all exotic (much to her disappointment).

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