Thor Returns to St Andrews

Thor is Locked in My Garage is the sequel to Talisman creator Bob Harris’s fun children’s novel The Day the World Went Loki It is just as entertaining, on every level, as power hungry Loki returns to St Andrews to claim the lost treasures that will enable him to bring Asgard back to life.

As the summer holidays are ruined by a blizzard which cuts off St Andrews from the rest of the world, brothers Greg and Lewis join forces with the voracious Susie, whose parents have an extremely convenient sports shop, to foil Loki’s plans. Where Gods fail, teenagers succeed and Bob Harris sends the trio, with their own empowering treasures,  not to mention Susie’s self confidence, on a mission to thwart Loki and restore the natural order of things.

I don’t know what happened to Lindsay but Susie is the new girl in Greg’s life (not that he is doing anything to encourage her) and the characters play out their roles perfectly. I do love the way Susie refuses to accept the  truth when the boys tell her, preferring to opt for the more likely scenario that aliens have landed! Everything about this book is perfect for teenagers.

Thor is Locked in My Garage! is available in paperback and kindle edition from Amazon

About Suse Coon

Suse Coon started life training to be an architect but ended up as a fashion buyer then civil servant. After some time out to bring up her family of three, she returned to what had been a hobby and entered the field of freelance journalism. After becoming regional correspondent, then editor of the orienteering magazine CompassSport, she formed Pages Editorial & Publishing Services. In this guise, West Lothian Life was launched, while Suse maintained a level of freelancing and wrote the award winning children's novel Richard's Castle. In 1999, Suse bought over CompassSport and found her time taken up pretty well exclusively with the two magazines. In 2004, West Lothian Life was expanded to form Lothian Life, however, the workload was too great. In 2006, CompassSport was sold and Suse concentrated on the web version of Lothian Life. Her hobbies include gardening, orienteering, sea kayaking and Tai Chi.
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