Broken Gods

Broken Gods

by Jason Vey

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BN ID: 2940013559929
Publisher: Reliquary Press
Publication date: 06/11/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 771 KB

About the Author

Jason Vey has been writing stories as long as he can remember, from superheroes to swords and sorcery to space ships to Gothic horror. Telling tales that evoke emotion in other people is his passion. He is an avid tabletop gamer and began playing Advanced Dungeons & Dragons in 1979 at the tender age of five.  He has actually understood role playing games since the age of seven or eight. He has published several books and made contributions in the gaming industry for publishers such as Palladium Books, Eden Studios, Misfit Studios and Troll Lord Games. Fiction, however, is his true love and he always has several ideas waiting for development. 
Jason is a lover of science fiction, horror, and fantasy movies, enjoys eclectic tastes in music from show tunes to country western and heavy metal, but 80's metal tops the list.  He has celebrated his 29th birthday several times over, and lives in Pittsburgh, PA with his girlfriend Julie and their crazy cats, Seamus and Finnegan.  He maintains an irregular blog at . He spends too much time on facebook, reading blogs, and at his day job is as an administrative assistant and purchasing/facilities manager, though he does not consider that his career and is currently enrolled in a graduate program of library and information science in hopes of one day corrupting (or, rather, helping to educate) the minds of America's youth. 

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Broken Gods 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Bill_Coffin More than 1 year ago
Let me begin by saying that I helped to produce this book, so I'm by no means an objective reviewer. But I came into this project by choice, having followed Jason Vey's writing for a few years already. I was extremely excited to work with him on this, and I have to say that Broken Gods, while not really the kind of story I usually seek out, was a very fun read. It's a dark story of modern godhood on the wrong side of Pittsburgh with plenty of sex, mystery and violence to go around. This is Jason's first novel, and I am glad to report it will not be his last.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago