The New Year came and with it a new completed book. This one was technically done. However, it took me a bit to find enough time to edit the story. Every little project always has room for improvement. Loki is the tenth book in the series. He has no relations to the actual Norse God Loki. Rather, he found the name quite fitting considering his abilities and sensitivities. He is the type of Loki that shows benevolence towards human kind and utter disdain for the Gods. Whenever given a chance, he will say kind words about humanity while the rest of his peers look down upon them. Still, some things cannot be helped. The same way the human looks down on the apes, Loki’s brothers and sisters despise their human ancestors. The book only deals with this issue over the top. It is not the main plot of the story. There are a couple of battles here and there, and even a circus scene. Readers love the circus. This is also the first book were I elaborate on the home of the reclusive dragon riders and their princess. If this sounds interesting to you, then I hope you enjoy this reading. The book Loki follows the protagonist’s journey home. The war is over and he is feeling bored. He does not know what to do with himself and his time. Throughout this transition progress, he decides to take on a basic escort mission. The troll princess wants to find her long lost sister and it is up to Loki to help her not find her. The Troll Queen is not too keen on the idea of the sisters meeting. So, she asks Loki to pretend to help her. Along their journey, they run into a couple of cookie characters, like a goblin mage, an orc dragon princess and a water elemental. The book opens with Loki’s last army battle. Still, this battle has nothing to do with the larger war he was participating in. He only became aware that it was over by the celebration of the local higher beings. It was not everyday that Gods and Demons were celebrating together. A bane upon all existence has finally been destroyed. Finally, Loki will experience true peace, but as with most things it comes with a price. The true price of this peace is going to become obvious by the end of the book.
ASIN : B07MC2X81K
Publication date : January 7, 2019
Language : English
Print length : 154 pages
Page numbers source ISBN : 1793394741
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