Loki and Sigyn: A Love Story: Young Gods in Love

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Loki, the Norse god of Mischief, came to a very bad end. He was condemned for all eternity to lay chained to a rock with a serpent dripping acidic venom onto his face. Only his loyal wife, Sigyn, could give him moments of relief by holding a bowl between Loki and the serpent. Sigyn was then herself condemned to live forever in Hell, sacrificing willingly for her love of Loki. This a fantasy, loosely based on Norse mythology, telling an imaginary tale of Loki and Sigyn as children and adolescents coming of age in ...
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Overview

Loki, the Norse god of Mischief, came to a very bad end. He was condemned for all eternity to lay chained to a rock with a serpent dripping acidic venom onto his face. Only his loyal wife, Sigyn, could give him moments of relief by holding a bowl between Loki and the serpent. Sigyn was then herself condemned to live forever in Hell, sacrificing willingly for her love of Loki. This a fantasy, loosely based on Norse mythology, telling an imaginary tale of Loki and Sigyn as children and adolescents coming of age in Asgard. This book offers an alternative to the tragic end of Loki, a happier one, that the misunderstood characters of Loki and his family deserve!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466496637
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 2/28/2012
  • Pages: 158
  • Sales rank: 812,900
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.34 (d)

Meet the Author

J. L. Butler was raised in a home that valued fine art, literature, classical music, and science. She is a self described geek who loves movies, science fiction, classical and alternative music, and Norse Mythology. She has a background in medicine, physics, and art. These seemingly unrelated subjects give her a unique view on the properties of magic. She strives not to take herself too seriously, and writes books that include humor along with drama, romance, and adventure.
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