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Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Joanne Harris

Thor looked at Maddy. "What d'you mean, Father?"
He had loosened his grip on Loki, who was now flattened against the cell wall as far from Jormungand as he could manage while Ellie, incensed at this latest invasion, lashed out at the serpent with her walking stick.
"Terrific," said Loki under his breath. "Come to Netherworld. Meet the kids. — Joanne Harris

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Rick Riordan

Those movies... ridiculously inaccurate. The real gods of Asgard - Thor, Loki, Odin, and the rest - are much more powerful, much more terrifying than anything Hollywood could concoct. — Rick Riordan

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Rick Riordan

I love Norse mythology - Thor and Odin and Loki - amazing characters. — Rick Riordan

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Joanne Harris

And yet, it was still a performance. Odin and I both knew it. It was a kind of play, a dream of how things might have been if he and I had been capable of trusting each other for a change. And so we hunted, and sang, and laughed, and told heavily edited stories of the good old days, while each of us watched the other and wondered when the knife would fall. — Joanne Harris

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Neil Gaiman

Because," said Thor, "When something goes wrong, the first thing I think is, it is Loki's fault. It saves a lot of time. — Neil Gaiman

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Joanne Harris

I'm warning you now," said Freyja stiffly, "I have ... certain issues ... with Loki." (Maddy wondered briefly whether there was anyone in the Nine Worlds who didn't have issues with Loki.) — Joanne Harris

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Joanne Harris

I happen to know that history is nothing but a spin and metaphor, which is what all yarns are made up of, when you strip them down to the underlay. And what makes a hit or a myth, of course, is how that story is told, and by whom. — Joanne Harris

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Neil Gaiman

He is tolerated by the gods, perhaps because his stratagems and plans save them as often as they get them into trouble.

Loki makes the world more interesting but less safe. He is the father of monsters, the author of woes, the sly god. — Neil Gaiman

Loki Norse Mythology Quotes By Joanne Harris

Well, that's history for you, folks. Unfair, untrue and for the most part written by folk who weren't even there. — Joanne Harris