(Download) Loki Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzi Lee



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  1. says:

    Mackenzi Lee flexing on Marvel Studios I'm bringing back canonically pansexual and genderfluid Loki and none of you COWARDS can stop me

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    Happy Pub Day Loki was convinced everyone loathed the feasts but no one dared say so for fear of appearing small minded Being uite confident of the size of his mind large and his ability to walk in heels he was comfortable saying itHi hello YES YOU Could I have a moment of your time to tell you about this Marvel masterpiece It feat

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    this is what dreams are made of

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    takes one look and adds it to TBR Loki 19th century London Mackenzi Lee Do I have to say I'm already SOLD XDThis is the book I've bee

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    Mackenzi Lee historical novels Loki uick uestion did someone just reach into my brain and take out everything I want in a novel AND Loki's going to be gender fluid and pansexual according to her announcement on Twitter

  6. says:

    1 May 2019Rejoice There's a cover and a full synopsis for Mackenzi Lee's new YA Fantasy trilogy about the trickster Loki And in case you live in the 18th century she is the author of The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue |The cover gives full Marvel superhero vibes which is its aim 😍 love itHOWEVER WT F is wrong with the pop culture and

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    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️THE END FUCKED ME UP

  8. says:

    Update Mackenzi says it fine so we're back to having outrageously high standardsUmmmm did you guys read the summary for this book Where's the ueer representation Who is Amora Where's the genderfluid Loki What's happening

  9. says:

    This a very typical ya novel that barely skimmed the surface of its potential from one of my trusted ya authors

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    Edit We have a cover ThoughtsWere getting a villain in the DC Icons series Loki is a villain right I honestly kno

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Pt for Amora Asgard's resident sorceress in training feels like a kindred spirit someone who values magic and knowledge who might even see the best in himBut when Loki and Amora cause the destruction of one of Asgard's most prized possessions Amora is banished to Earth where her powers will slowly and excruciatingly fade to nothing Without the only person who ever looked at his magic as a gift instead of a takes one look and adds it to TBR Loki 19th century London Mackenzi Lee Do I have to say I m already SOLD XDThis is the book I ve been waiting for without even knowing it 333I can t wait to read this September 2019 is going to be an awesome monthPS How amazing is that cover

Summary Loki Where Mischief Lies

Loki Where Mischief Lies

Threat Loki slips further into anguish and the shadow of his universally adored brother ThorWhen Asgardian magic is detected in relation to a string of mysterious murders on Earth Odin sends Loki to investigate As he descends upon nineteenth century London Loki embarks on a journey that leads him to than just a murder suspect putting him on a path to discover the source of his power and who he's meant to be THE END FUCKED ME UP

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This is the first of three young adult novels from New York Times best selling author Mackenzi Lee that explores the untapped potential and duality of heroism of popular characters in the Marvel UniverseBefore the days of going toe to toe with the Avengers a younger Loki is desperate to prove himself heroic and capable while it seems everyone around him suspects him of inevitable villainy and depravity exce Happy Pub Day Loki was convinced everyone loathed the feasts but no one dared say so for fear of appearing small minded Being uite confident of the size of his mind large and his ability to walk in heels he was comfortable saying itHi hello YES YOU Could I have a moment of your time to tell you about this Marvel masterpiece It features everyone s favorite god of mischief and the author has portrayed him as canonically intended I knew this book would be enjoyable but I wasn t sure just how necessary it was until after I finished Sure this is a story that follows closely to what you already know about Odin Thor Loki Amora and Asgard in general but it also grasps tiny fractures in Loki s early existence and brings to light seemingly small moments that alter the course of what we know about his character Is that meant to be a threat Loki asked If so you might try and make it a little less tantalizing Who says I want a place in the court of a king who hits himself in the face with his own hammer That was one time And yet it s burned in our hearts foreverLoki Where Mischief Lies is such a gem because it combines fresh perspective on the aspects of norse mythology that we already adore The LokiThor banter is present throughout the tumultuous relationship between LokiAmora is engaging and the heartbreaking exchanges between LokiOdin wrench emotions even after the book has finished I don t want to give too much of the plot away but these three elements ground the traditional tales while the author adds her own spin on a new adventure which gives the story a fast paced if a bit predictable nature Loki didn t know what to say He knew what it was to be cast out and unwanted and taunted for the fabric you were stitched from To want to find strength and pride in the things that made you you in spite of the world telling you that you should hide them It was a particular kind of dissonance that was hard to understand until your ears rang with itThis wouldn t be a Mackenzi Lee original if it didn t dissect the significance of the LGBT community and it s plight in historical fiction so the reader receives a needed dose of learning all around One of my favorite scenes in the novel came during the above mentioned uote where a male character on earth is discussing his hidden status of being a gay man Loki can t fathom why Midgard isn t as open minded as Asgard as Loki is also LGBT and considered just as acceptable in his sexuality and gender as Thor is in his heterosexuality I feel it s fair to mention also that while Loki s pronouns in the book are masculine it s mentioned at one point that he feels eually comfortable as male or female being both simultaneously and my assumption making him gender fluid Knowing that this is the first book in a three part series I went in under the guise of each book being a standalone that featured different characters in the marvel universe but upon finishing this one I m left wondering if it may not be the end for Loki s character arc via the author Or perhaps she chose to leave things a bit open as a segue into what we already know will happen Either way I was very pleased with this read and highly recommend it to any Marvel fan Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy via NetGalley