The Blackwell Pages 01. Loki's Wolves
Publish date: 2013-05-07
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Pages no: 336
Edition language: Deutsch
Matt Thorsen knows that his ancestor was Thor, literally. His family are left with some abilities. Fen and Laurie Brekke are the descendents of Loki, a seer sees that Matt will be pivotal in Ragnarok and maybe it might be a good idea, from his family's point of view, for him to fail, they're not t...
A middle-grades book. The author is Kelley Armstrong - is the 'initial' thing an attempt to sell this book to boys? Aren't we past that yet?This story does to Norse mythology what Percy Jackson and the Olympians did to Greek mythology. The book is very, very similar in tone and feel to Rick Riordan'...
Other reviews at The Book Babe's Reads.Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.(3.5 STARS)Loki's Wolves was just one of those books that I picked up because it was a middle grade. It looked interesting enough, and it was really just a place filler. I hadn't heard anything special about it, s...
Great start to this modern Norse mythology series. Well developed with good plot.
I wanted to love this, but it just felt so... dry. Flat. Full of telling and very little showing. I can read MG and enjoy it, but this was just not the series for me.
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