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The Web of Loki

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A poisonous, living Web surrounds the Norwegian village of Tuntre, keeping the residents isolated and terrified. The web-shaped scar on Ingrid Hansen’s face is a constant reminder of the threat they face, leaving her ostracized and feared. As high school nears its end, and a future as miserable as her past lays before her, a mysterious journal appears that is written to In ...more
Published October 25th 2019
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Julia Blake
Nov 12, 2021 rated it really liked it
A fun and intriguing YA read, The Web of Loki is the story of Ingrid and her three friends who seem eternally trapped in a Nordic village surrounded by a lethal sticky web that keeps the villagers' prisoner. Marked as a child by the web, Ingrid bears the scar on her face as a permanent reminder of the web’s power and is herself feared by the villagers and considered unlucky.

Discovering tantalising clues addressed to Ingrid in an old book, she and her friends decide to leave the village in an att
Jan 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
Freya’s gown what a great book! 😉 I was especially moved by the poem in the end. This book is a must read for teenage girls who love to dream.
Oct 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I got to read an ARC of this. I loved it. There were unexpected twist. I liked all the Norse mythology ( that had a few twist in it too). I can't give any details due to it not being released yet. Thank you for letting me read it! I would love to read more about the world you created. Highly recommend. ...more
Nov 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
What a fabulous story from an author I never heard of! I felt so sorry for the little girl named Ingrid who accidentally touched the black web in the tree that burned her face and it left a black spider web on her face. The Web of Loki is a bit scary for younger children, but I really enjoyed the book.
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