Book Review – Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good – Louie Stowell

Wry, comical and very endearing diary-style story packed with doodles about the annoyance the god of mischief Loki feels at having to live out life stuck in the body of a scrawny eleven-year-old boy.

After he performs one too many tricks, Loki is banished to live on Earth as an “average” school boy. Prohibited from using his epic divine abilities, Loki must show moral development. As he writes down his lies THE TRUTH in his magical but judgemental diary, it is ever clear this god hasn’t a single idea of what is good or evil, trust from tricks, or friends from enemies.

“I devoured this hilarious doodly diary by the immensely talented Louie Stowell. So funny and magnificently clever. Learned about Norse mythology too which was a bonus! Right up my street, I’d thoroughly recommend Loki for comedy lovers 8+.” – Jen Carney, author of Accindental Diary of B.U.G.

‘I loved it! Fantastically fresh and funny. I can’t wait for more!’ – Andy Shepherd, author of The Boy Grew Dragons

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