Pale Eyes

Pale Eyes

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by James Welsh
     
 

Zeus, the immortal King of Everything, has been ruled by a prophecy that only his firstborn can kill him and take his throne. In spite of his best efforts, Athena – a brilliant warrior – is born. Instead of killing her father, though, Athena loves Zeus as much as she hates the idea of becoming queen. Meanwhile, thousands of feet beneath the world, King

Overview

Zeus, the immortal King of Everything, has been ruled by a prophecy that only his firstborn can kill him and take his throne. In spite of his best efforts, Athena – a brilliant warrior – is born. Instead of killing her father, though, Athena loves Zeus as much as she hates the idea of becoming queen. Meanwhile, thousands of feet beneath the world, King Hades of the Dead is jealous of the power his brother Zeus has held over him. Hungry for revenge, Hades tricks Athena into killing her father and assuming the throne. With the royalty of the gods now in chaos, Hades plans an invasion of the world that can only end with him as the supreme god, finally unchallenged. And so, with Zeus imprisoned in the depths of the Underworld, Athena must convince her unruly and suspicious family to cooperate with her, else Zeus and the world they love will become lost forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044705715
Publisher:
James Welsh
Publication date:
07/06/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
664,835
File size:
358 KB

Meet the Author

James Welsh is a writer who was born downwind of a chemical plant in Delaware. His poetry has been published in roughly a dozen literary magazines, including New Plains Review and Grasslimb.

He can be reached by email if you have any questions or comments about his work: jaygee1988@hotmail.com

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Pale Eyes 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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I really couldn't make it through the whole book. It was confusing at times and really quite boring.