The Age of Zeus (Pantheon Series #2)

The Age of Zeus (Pantheon Series #2)

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by James Lovegrove
     
 

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Continuation of a series that is already a best-seller with a strong alternate history setting!

The Olympians appeared a decade ago, living incarnations of the Ancient Greek gods on a mission to bring permanent order and stability to the world. Resistance has proved futile, and now humankind is under the jackboot of divine oppression. Then former London police

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Continuation of a series that is already a best-seller with a strong alternate history setting!

The Olympians appeared a decade ago, living incarnations of the Ancient Greek gods on a mission to bring permanent order and stability to the world. Resistance has proved futile, and now humankind is under the jackboot of divine oppression. Then former London police officer Sam Akehurst receives an invitation too tempting to turn down, the chance to join a small band of geurilla rebels armed with high-tech weapons and battlesuits. Calling themselves the Titans, they square off against the Olympians and their ferocious mythological monsters in a war of attrition which not all of them will survive!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906735692
Publisher:
Rebellion
Publication date:
03/30/2010
Series:
Pantheon Series, #2
Pages:
688
Sales rank:
528,871
Product dimensions:
4.18(w) x 6.78(h) x 1.45(d)

Meet the Author

James Lovegrove published his first novel at the age of 24 and has since had more than 20 books out. He has also produced a sequence of teen fantasy novels under the pseudonym Jay Amory. He is a regular reviewer of fiction for the financial Times ad lives in Eastbourne on the south coast of England with his wife Lou, sons Monty and Theo, and cat Ozzy.

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Age of Zeus 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a fan of greek mythology I love the over all development of the gods and amazed at how much action can be packed in to only 400 something pages! Would recomend this book to anyone.
College25 More than 1 year ago
This book has the world of myth and modern world mixed together. It rivals conventional thinking of the gods and goddess and their interaction with morals. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a edge of your seat novel.
Morien_Lauch More than 1 year ago
The story read very well and was cohesive. While I had purchased the book thinking it would be a story about the return of the Greek gods, the twist was an interesting take on technology, genetics and a plausible future. I plan on purchasing Lovegrove's other Pantheon Series books with the understanding that they may also not be what I think they are. Worth the quick read and I'd recommend it.
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The never ending action of this book is great! It shows you another perspective of the Olympians. You wont put it down!
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Who are the good guys?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another author i know reccomended this book to me. It was a great book, often keeping me up too late due to its intrigue.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not that great
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The training area is here ~kelly
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bet it wil be awsome!
Hack More than 1 year ago
The plot was interesting but the characters were too angsty for me. There was more written about the characters feelings than developing the overall plot. The reading went from long periods of intense character introspection to a short action with little transition. However, the book is not a bad read; there was just too much character angst for me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very bizarre story. I bought the book on a lark after flipping through the first chapter. I read the book in a day, and that was by just fast forwarding through it.