Review of: Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being Good

Loki: A Bad God's Guide to Being Good
by Louie STOWELL

Have you ever wondered what the great Gods above think of us? Well, I’ll tell you this much, it’s not very good!

Loki, the great trickster God, has pulled one trick too many! After chopping up the Goddess Sif’s hair he is banished to earth. Thor, the god of thunder, and Heimdall and Hyrrokkin, two giants in human form, are sent to look after him and make sure he is doing good deeds, which he will need to be able to be accepted into Asgard again. Thor, Heimdall, Hyrrokkin and Loki make up a fake human family who must pretend, or rather try to pretend to be human, with plenty of laugh out loud moments along the way as Loki and Thor partake in human school. Then a girl named Valerie Kerry has suspicions about them, coming to the conclusion that they are aliens! But Loki and Thor have bigger problems, like the ice giants hunting them, and how bad Loki is at being good!

This book is a witty, smart, and extremely funny book filled to the brim with jokes, comic strips and hilarious drawings. A prefect read for fans of Tom Gates, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Olga.

I rate it 41\4 stars

Zeno C