Otzi's Odyssey is a metaphysical journey combining historical fiction, mythology and fantasy. From the beginning, the writing pulled me into Bhark's world. The point of view switched between Bhark's life in 3300 BCE and his soul as his body was found in 1991. It was exciting to read Bhark's thoughts as he witnessed his body being found and examined. I loved the descriptions of Bhark's village, landscape and clan relationships. It made the unknown time period come alive. I was intrigued as Bhark learned of his mission through Gehenna and the different realms. Bhark's character along with his daughter Amina and the seer Miko strengthened during this time. The different realms and the souls that Bhark encountered there were very interesting as he attempted to complete a mission he did not fully understand. Many new twists and turns unraveled during Bhark's mission in Gehenna that created layers of suspense. The ending wrapped up a little quickly for me, but was still satisfying. It seems that Bhark's soul still has more of his mission ahead of him and I'm hoping to read more about Bhark and his family soon.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.