Forbidden from using his AWESOME godly powers, Loki must show ‘moral improvement’. Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good is a hilarious diary-style story written and illustrated by Louie Stowell.
This bad boy’s journey is a laugh-out-loud delight, packed with cartoons and footnotes, perfect for fans of The Wimpy Kid. – The Daily Mail
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.
A 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.
Suitable for readers 9 years +, this is the first in Loki: A Bad God’s Guide Series by Louie Stowell.
Take a look at the review of Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good from our Young Reader, Connor below
Connor was provided with a copy of the book for the purposes of the review. Views are those of the reviewer. This article contains information provided by HarperCollins.
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