C. Gockel : I Bring the Fire Part One (A Loki Story)

I Bring the Fire Part One (A Loki Story)

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Dresden Files, American Gods, Another Fine Myth

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In the middle of America, on Route 44, Amy Lewis is on her way to her grandma's house. She's being pursued by a very bad wolf.

Galaxies away Loki is waking up in a prison cell, strangely without a hangover, and with no idea what he's done wrong—this time anyway. But he does know Thor is hiding something, Odin is up to something wicked, and there seems to be something he's forgotten ...

In this humorous fantasy that is equal parts "Another Fine Myth," "American Gods," and "Once Upon a Time," a very nice midwestern girl and a jaded, mischievous Loki must join forces to outwit Norse gods, dinosaur riding elves, magic sniffing cats, and nosy neighbors. If Loki can remember exactly what he's forgotten and Amy can convince him not to be too distracted by Earthly gadgets, her breasts, or three day benders, they just might pull it off. The first free ebook in this fantasy series is for anyone who suspects chaos and tricksters have their own redeeming qualities. It's also for anyone who wants to begin an epic fantasy romp through contemporary Earth, ancient Asgard, and beyond!

One warning: This book, like Loki, is a bit tricky. Although Loki gets the answers he seeks, it still ends on a nail biting cliff hanger. As such, no donations are suggested.

Editorial Reviews

“This is not an accurate representation of the Norse Pantheon. Pure fantasy, a fairy tale, don’t believe a word of it.”

- Odin, All Father, leader of the Norse Gods

“I found this story to be an amazingly accurate retelling of the Norse
Myths. Excellent, highly recommended, two thumbs on fire.” - Loki, Norse God of Mischief and Chaos (and God of Fire)

“Eight hooves up. As one of Loki’s children, I approve.”

- Sleipnir, eight-legged horse child of Loki

“I am supposed to be the hero in Norse Mythology!”
- Thor, Norse God of Thunder

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