Book review - Loki: Nine Naughty Tales of the Trickster by Mike Vasich
review by Becky
He is called the Trickster, the Sly One. For eons, he has manipulated and played the gods against each other. Now the time has come to go beyond petty schemes and seize the most powerful throne in existence. Based on the classic tales, Mike Vasich breathes new life into the most complex god in the Norse mythos.
Available on Amazon.com: Loki: Nine Naughty Tales of the Trickster
Another thrilling piece of writing from Mike Vasich, taken from the old legends of all the trouble Loki causes. Really brings this fascinating character who is full of facets to life for the reader. Especially in the Loki-horse escapade. Only flaw was the final piece dealing which put a spin on the rising of christianity which may disturb and even anger a few people who read it. Although I must admitt (even though it did not quite match the ending of the novel Loki) it is something his character could have gotten away with.
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