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Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Taking the Blame

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August 2022 Book of the Month

Laugh out loud at this completely hilarious follow up to the magnificent Loki: A Bad God’s Guide To Being Good. Loki is back for a new adventure.

Now he is trying to work out how to clear his name having been unfairly charged with stealing the great god Thor’s hammer. Once again Loki brings his trademark confusion and chaos as he shifts effortlessly between his mortal and immortal personalities in an effort to have the very best life he can. Told equally in words and pictures, this is just ridiculously joyful from start to finish.

Julia Eccleshare M.B.E

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This book made me laugh out loud non-stop! I would recommend this book to people who enjoy hilarious stories and Norse gods.

When Thor's hammer goes missing, he blames Loki. Loki is forced to try and clear his name by finding the theif, and returning the hammer. Can Loki find the hammer and give it back to Thor in time?

I read this book non-stop as soon as it arrived. I found the book very interesting, and it made me laugh out loud. The pictures were funny, and the story was fascinating. I would recommend this book to people who enjoy hilarious stories and Norse gods.... Read Full Review

Alex Urban

A fantastic read, roll on book 3!!!

This is a really funny and entertaining book. I would recommend it for children of a similar age to myself (age 11). I really loved the bizarre concept of the Gods transforming so that they are on Earth in our era. In my opinion this sequel has an even better story line that the first Loki book.
Loki is not doing well at school, however his 'brother' Thor is and he gets to have a special party to celebrate. Little do they know that during the party, Thor's hammer will disappear, stolen!! The book takes us on a roller coaster of an adventure that sees Loki trying to find the thief whilst being a prime suspect himself! As Loki tries to find out who stole Thor's hammer, he has to find his way through friendship fall outs and his own high and low feelings.... Read Full Review

Delilah Curtis

Dazzlingly relatable, yet awesomely out of this world.

An awesome book for fans of Maz Evans and Jeff Kinney.... Read Full Review