In a world void of divinity, there is little to believe in. The gods and heroes of mythology have all disappeared, their stories lost to the ages. So few know the truth...
Naika Connors leads a quiet, normal life-at least, as quiet and normal as a welder and shape-shifting girl can. Naika was born with The Call-a primal instinct that causes her body to transform into that of a polar bear when in distress- a condition that has sometimes been the bane of her existence, and one that's been absent in human culture for centuries.
When a mysterious force robs the Earth of all sunlight, Naika must team up with her best friend, Noah Humphreys, and an unwilling boy from her past, Sirus Vick, to determine the cause. Their little North Dakota town is turned upside down as mythological beings of every sort crawl off the forgotten pages of history and into their lives. One monster rules above the rest- one that threatens the very existence of the world: the Godeater.
Will they be able to save the lights of the cosmos? Are all of the gods truly gone?
Melody Klink's debut novel, Godeater: The Second World, roars to life with out-of-this-world imagery, larger-than-life characters, and a mythological behemoth that just won't quit. How do you defeat that which defeats immortality?
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About the Author
Wait. I mean... Melody Klink is a lovable little scamp with a sweet tooth for all things coffee. When she's not collecting superstitions about the American South, she can be found scribbling out stories on just about anything, which explains her odd assortment of used napkins, pictures of skin, and copious number of notebooks. She currently resides in the Mid-South with her husband, daughters, and one annoying cat.