Sunday, November 1, 2020

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Trickster's Law by Sofia Aves - Book Tour & Review + Giveaway

 


Trickster's Law
Not So...Evil Book 4
by Sofia Aves
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Dark Fantasy



A child isn't born evil...is he?
Mischiefmaker, silver tongue, trickster… Mayhem follows Loki throughout the nine realms, earning him a reputation as a bringer of chaos. But there is more to Loki than mortals see, and life is boring for an immortal when no one really gets him.

A little mischief is harmless in the hands of a god, right?

Companion to Odin and Thor but shunned by the Norse gods of the Ӕsir, Loki still seeks their acceptance. No matter how many times he saves their supreme backsides, his every effort ends with a death threat casually tossed in his direction.

Increasing his attempts to impress the Ӕsir, Loki tires of their constant disdain despite his successes in their impossible challenges. So, he turns to what he does best: chaos.

Follow the trickster god Loki through the perfectly normal life of a disillusioned god, and find out what makes him NOT SO...EVIL.

This book is a stand-alone read, a chronicle of Loki's mischief and love in this collection of NOT SO...EVIL origin stories.



Trickster's Law is an "origin story" for Loki, God of Mischief. Now, anyone who knows me knows I'm a sucker for Loki themed anything, so of course I had to read this. I do enjoy both Norse mythology Loki and Marvel Loki, so  was excited to see how this story played out.
Firstly, this cover is stunning. I really liked it.
Second, this was a decent overall story following along with Loki's exploits throughout the realms as he tries to win acceptance from the other gods. Thor seemed to be the only one who could really tolerate Loki, but Sigyn honestly seemed to love him for who he was, even with all of the nonsense he liked to pull.
I liked the story for what it was, but it didn't quite thrill me as much as I would have liked it to. Honestly, I think my favorite Loki story (well, more of a series) is the I Bring the Fire series by C. Gockel. But Trickster's Law is definitely worth a read, especially if you're a fan of Loki/Norse mythology in general. 
I'm rating this one 3.5 stars. 



Sofia is a romantic suspense author from Brisbane, Australia. She started writing romance when she couldn't find the books she wanted on the shelves in her local bookstore and became addicted to storytelling. She exists on a diet of coffee and champagne and routinely kills her collection of tortured orchids.




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$50 Amazon 








 




1 comment:

  1. Hmmmm, a new take on the legends of the north? Sounds interestinnnnnnng.

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