Books – Fiction

Loki in Fiction

  • “Wild Hunt (Mirasenna) (Volume 1)” – Monica Baker – About the modern day woman Miriam and Loki’s love for her.
  • “Loki – the Liar” – Jakub Cwiek – A translation of two of the stories from “Klamca” (Polish), urban fantasy.
  • “Loki’s Saga: A Novel of the Norse Gods” – J. Foslan – Stories from both the past and the present.
  • “Liesmith: Book 1 of The Wyrd” – Alis Franklin – modern, urban horror
  • “Stormbringer: Book 2 of The Wyrd” – Alis Franklin
  • “American Gods” – Neil Gaiman. Gods in a modern setting. Odin is the main divine character and Loki has a part.
  • “Wolves: I Bring the Fire, Part I” – C. Gockel – Loki on Midgard, in a modern setting
  • “Runemarks” – Joanne Harris – How Midgard is 500 years after Ragnarok.
  • “Runelights” – Joanne Harris –  Sequel to “Runemarks”
  • “The Gospel of Loki” – Joanne M. Harris – Prequel to “Runemarks”
  • “Loki: Why I Began the End” – Maja Jacomus – A retelling of the old myths.
  • “Eight Days of Luke” – Dianna Wynne Jones – Young adult novel with Loki in a modern setting.
  • “The Ragnarök Chronicles” – Nicky J. Markus – Loki in a modern setting, on a quest to save the nine realms.
  • Chainbreaker (Urban Nordica 1)” – Jessie Powell and A.S. Vaughn – A modern Loki after Ragnarok.
  • “To Free the Fox” – Marquel Sherry – Loki in a modern setting. It ends very abruptly.
  • “The Lost God (Loke Book 1)” – Crystallina Sigyn – Loki lost in another world, which is not one of the nine. Fantasy.
  • “Written in Venom” – Lois Tilton – A retelling of the old myths.
  • “Loki” – Mike Vasich – A retelling of the old myths.
  • “Loki: Nine Naughty Tales of the Trickster” – Mike Vasich – Based on the old myths.

Avoid these books, they are Marvel fan fiction!

  • “1-800-Mischief (A Loki Adventure)” – Dawn Blair
  • “Tricking Loki” – Shara Azod and Marteeka Karland

4 Responses to Books – Fiction

  1. siog says:

    What about The Loki Saga by J Harris? I’ve read that one.

    • Amber Drake says:

      I have listed two of the books above: “Runemarks” and “Runelight”. I didn’t list the third book, “The Gospel of Loki”, because I didn’t like how Harris portrayed him; she makes him into a whiny, selfish bastard.

  2. erinlale says:

    The Worlds According to Loki by Mike Kassel.

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