Loki's Path

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
In the first of the Angel Saga's we follow the assignment angel that goes by the name of Loki.

Assigned to a homeless man called Jim in the City of London, Loki must help him unlock the secrets that reside within his mind, hidden by a trauma that befell him three years earlier. Secrets that will send political shock waves across a nation. More
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About Christine Byrne

Christine Byrne has been writing all her life. From a young age she wrote songs and poetry and continued writing into her adult years.

As a writer Christine has written about important news matters relating to the environment, that have been published on line.

The Angel Sagas are a series of fictional stories, that intertwine fantasy and modern world issues. Each individual story involves one key Angel who has a specific mission to undertake, and in order to carry out their mission they must walk as a human.

Each story within the Angel Sagas focuses on a specific topic. Loki's Path is a story about greed and corruption within a political system, the key to its exposure residing with a homeless man in London. Evangeline's Mission touches on the destructive nature man has on the planet and Jadine's battle explores a new level of terrorism, that if not stopped, could affect the security of the whole world.

When inspired by modern issues, Christine creatively sculptures a plot that joins together the issues at hand, with the fantasy of Angelic intervention.

Research for further Angel Sagas are underway, and Christine is also working on her biggest novel, "The 4th Grace" which will bring the Angel Saga's to their final conclusion.

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Review by: Ian McCoy on Nov. 15, 2012 :
A superb short novel - clever, uplifting and inspiring!

This is a brilliant piece of fiction, a short novel that has a very clever plot and some great characters.I have just finished writing my non fiction book Angels: An insight into their existence and came across this piece.

Unlike many stories involving our celestial friend which all too often are over sentimental, this one had a more real and gritty feel to it. Don't get me wrong, the emotion is always present (as the story entered it's denoument i had a massive lump in my throat) but there is also a very relavent backdrop and the author is able to weave in contemporary political and economic themes with great skill. All in all an intelligent, contemporary and uplifting piece of fiction. I can't wait for the next installment!
(ps, With reference to a previous reviewer,I am very particular about spelling and grammer and found no problems - in terms of British English)
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Review by: monica k on Nov. 14, 2012 :
Not a bad little story. Needs some serious editing and spell checking though.
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