In the Balance: An I Bring the Fire Novella (A Loki Story)

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Called into the FBI headquarters to identify a magical artifact, Amy Lewis gets the opportunity to find Loki again. In doing so, she tips the scales of not one, but two universes, and has to choose for herself what form she wants Chaos to take. More

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About C. Gockel

C. Gockel got her start writing fanfiction, and she is not ashamed! Much. She received emails, messages and reviews from her fans telling her she should 'do this professionally'. She didn't; because she is a coward and life as a digital designer, copywriter and coder is more dependable. But in the end, her husband's nagging wore her down: "You could be the next '50 Shades of Gray' and I could retire!" Unfortunately, the author isn't much for writing smut. She is sad about this; she'd love for her husband to be able to retire and just work for her so she could nag him.

At the moment Ms. Gockel is putting the finishing touches on "I Bring the Fire Part III: Chaos".

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Review by: Wayne Stout on Nov. 18, 2013 :
Taking place just after the events in book 3, this novella takes a decidedly different turn from the feel of the rest of the series. The focus is on Amy and her travels through the "Many Universes" searching for her Loki.
The tone is decidedly more somber as we follow Amy's thought processes and her attempts to deal with her grief over Loki's disappearance. We meet a grief-stricken Loki in a universe where Amy was killed and a Loki who had never met Amy in a universe where Odin had come to Midgard to "assist" with the problem of Cera. (And if you hadn't figured it out already, Odin is a bit of a jerk in this series...)
All in all, this is a well written story, albeit it in a completely different vein from the rest of the series. The author does an excellent job of giving us a view of how things might have happened had a couple of major plot points had turned out differently.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
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