Loki’s Wolves by K. L. Armstrong and M. A. Marr

Little, Brown, 2013.  9780316204972

Interest Level: Grades 5 and Up

Meet Matt, Laurie and Fen. They’re thirteen, on the run in South Dakota and descendants of the Norse gods Thor and Loki. Together with a group of misfit strangers all having magical, mythological strengths and weaknesses, they fight trolls, shape-shifting wolves, nightmare spirits of confusion and meet a band of Valkyrie warrior women. Can they change the fate of their lives and survive Ragnarok, the end of the world?

14 thoughts on “Loki’s Wolves”

  1. sadly I am finished the book. 🙁 🙁 but I am giddy cuz I am getting the second one Odin’s Ravens :)) 🙂 😀

  2. This book is really awesome! Some places in the book were really interesting and some places in the book were really exciting. I recommend this book for grade 5 students. This book is great! B):)

  3. I don’t know why so many people liked this book; it was boring, and it felt like I was reading a book trying too hard to be like Percy Jackson.

    1. Same here. There was tons of hype surrounded by this book but in the end the characters were annoying and the writing was poor.

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