Monsters: I Bring the Fire Part II (A Loki Story)

Monsters: I Bring the Fire Part II (A Loki Story)

by C. Gockel

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BN ID: 2940156227778
Publisher: C. Gockel
Publication date: 02/20/2015
Series: I Bring the Fire
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 201,220
File size: 384 KB

About the Author

C. Gockel got her start writing fanfiction, and she is not ashamed! Much. She received emails, messages and reviews from her fans telling her she should 'do this professionally'. She didn't; because she is a coward and life as a digital designer, copywriter and coder is more dependable. But in the end, her husband's nagging wore her down: "You could be the next '50 Shades of Gray' and I could retire!" Unfortunately, the author isn't much for writing smut. She is sad about this; she'd love for her husband to be able to retire and just work for her so she could nag him. At the moment Ms. Gockel is putting the finishing touches on "I Bring the Fire Part III: Chaos". Ms. Gockel loves to hear from readers. She can be reached by email at: cgockel.publishing@gmail.com

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Monsters: I Bring the Fire Part II 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 32 reviews.
Bloggabook More than 1 year ago
picking up soon after Loki leaves us in part 1, he comes back to more mayhem in this humorous and action packed sequel. The God of Tricks continues to prove he can offer treats as well in that most of the chaos isn't from his tamperings but a skein of larger proportions that everyone, Loki included, is caught up in.  This story draws heavily on true Norse mythology, not Stan Lee's version (which is cool too). You'll find yourself rooting for Loki. He's had some truly hard times, and he shows amazing humanity both in the mythological back stories and here on Midgard.  Similar to mythological writing, this story doesn't flow with lengthy descriptions and verbose dialog. Instead, the sentences come rapid fire staccato. Once you settle into the structure, your brain fills in the decorative bits while you mesh with the characters.  You'll also learn much about Norse mythology along the way. The research is impeccable and the dedication the author has to this group of Gods shines through on every page.
Oryley More than 1 year ago
I wish some one had said these serialized "books" were mostly short novella length chunks and that I'd spend more for the story than you normally would. The feeling that I was ransoming bits of the story took away from what is actually an intelligent and unique take on these mythic figures. The character of Loke is fantastic
sunnshadow More than 1 year ago
Loved it! Every bit as good as the first...............
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Could not put it down great job
Moonrider57 More than 1 year ago
This is a great fun read. Well defined characters, a plot that keeps sucking you in and a sense of fun to go with the magic
Anonymous 29 days ago
Here
Anonymous 6 months ago
Fun read. Interesting plot messing with Norse legend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An excellent book, and a wonderfully written story. Definitely going to buy the whole series.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Omg! Aaaaah! Ok! Ok...... ok i am fine now...... eeeeek! I love loki he is perfection like this is now my fav sieries or book or whatever but like omg amazing ~ Nolani a.k.a Noli
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
SPOILERS cant figure this stupd nook hing out very well and for som reason the stupid thing wont lt me by the book HELP WITH SPOILERS
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Want some more of this story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love these books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book had me in the first few sentences!
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ganymeder More than 1 year ago
This book was a great sequel to "I Bring the Fire: Part I Wolves", although my one complaint would be that I'm not sure it stands on its own (if you haven't read the first book). However, book one is free, so it's not much of a hindrance and well worth the read! Having fallen for the characters in book I, we pick up with Amy at a new job, recovering from her previous encounter with Loki. Meanwhile , Loki is off doing his own thing before he comes back to thank Amy for her previous "help." Through memories we learn of Loki's past and his motivations, his feelings about Earth and Asgard society, and begin to get a more concrete idea of what's at stake - both for the characters and the entire nine realms. A great sequel that myth buffs will be sure to love!
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Good read. Interesting story; engaging characters; pacing has improved. But over-use of the word "smirk" detracted from my enjoyment of the book.
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