Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good by Louie Stowell



I loved it! It was funny how bad he was even though he tried so hard to be good. I also liked the twist at the end. I wonder how Louie Stowell got the inspiration for this story. I also liked how the book interrupts him and how he deals with it. I would pass the challenge – how would you do? By: Elodie (age 10). Rating: 4.5/5.

This book is hilarious, it’s about the God of mischief Loki, and his brother Thor, who are sent to earth as a punishment. Loki records his deeds and activities in a magical diary which corrects him whenever he lies. I would recommend this book for 10-12 year olds. By: Samuel (age 12). Rating: 5/5.

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Wry, witty and very funny diary-style story packed with doodles and comic strips about the frustration trickster god Loki feels at having to live trapped in the body of a weedy eleven-year-old boy.

After one trick too many, Loki is banished to live on Earth as a “normal” school boy. Forbidden from using his AWESOME godly powers, Loki must show moral improvement. As he records his lies THE TRUTH in his magical (judgemental) diary, it becomes clear Loki hasn’t a clue how to tell good from evil, trust from tricks, or friends from enemies.