Pub. Date:
Loki's Resurrection : An Erotic Story Based on a True Icelandic Saga

Loki's Resurrection : An Erotic Story Based on a True Icelandic Saga

by Olafur Thor Eiriksson

NOOK Book(eBook)


Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps.
WANT A NOOK?  Explore Now
LEND ME® See Details


Loki’s Resurrection is a beautiful and erotic love story that considers the tough problems that come up when divorced people find new mates that their children don’t like. Even so, the story has a happy ending.

The novel is about the fantastic love affair of Loki and Sara, who seem to be destined to be together for the rest of their lives, until ...

Loki’s Resurrection is the first book in the series The Amazing Life of Loki Fownis. The final cliffhanger of Loki’s Resurrection: An Erotic Story Based on a True Icelandic Saga begins with the first chapter of Selected by Aliens, the second book in the series. The third novel will be Loki’s Fateful Accidents, while the fourth is Loki’s Brave New World.

All the stories are fiction based on the author’s eventful life, which he documented in his first book My Incredible Struggle After The Accident. “When I was twenty years of age, I caused a horrible auto accident because of my drunk driving. Two of my friends were killed and I was left paralyzed below my neck, unable to speak and without any memory of my past. This stupid decision has marked my whole life since then.”

Related collections and offers

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149749362
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Publication date: 06/19/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 204
File size: 403 KB

About the Author

Olafur Thor Eiriksson lives in Reykjavik, Iceland, “the cleanest capital in the world.” He is the father of three sons who have given him three grandsons. “I love to travel around my fantastic country, where you can see a lot of geysers and beautiful waterfalls, glaciers and mountains, the Blue Lagoon spa, and the northern lights. Did you know that by Lake Thingvellir, the first settlers used to resolve disputes through the world’s first parliament or assembly, formed in 930 AD?”

Publisher’s website:

Customer Reviews