The Greek gods have been betrayed by one of their own. Zeus is dead, and Olympus is under siege by the demonic forces of Kaos. Their only chance of survival is to abandon the city, buying them time to regroup and rebuild.
Thousands of years later, the children of the gods walk among us, guiding and protecting humanity. But there are some who don't know of the powers they have, or the secrets they must keep.
The gods are no more, eliminated by their greatest enemy.
And now, she wants to return home; no matter who is standing in her way.
|Product dimensions:||5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.85(d)|
About the Author
He's always been obsessed with stories, reading, writing and playing them; that explains the massive collection of books, comics, video games and discarded Word documents. His writing is a combination of all the things that he's passionate about, all the way through high-and-low-brow.
Godhead is his first novel, an idea that's been floating around his head for nearly fifteen years; there might even be a (few) sequel(s) if he ever gets around to writing them...
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
enjoyed this book even though it isn't something that I would normally pick up and read. The cover however, attracted me to it, and the catch line just sounded epic! I finished the story with a smile on my face and questions in my mind, which as a writer is exactly what you want. It crossed genres, which I personally love, though for a writer it can be harder to market, but it works sooooo well. The concept was original and the characters interesting enough for me to invest strong emotions towards. Aphrodite is a fantastic and cleverly written villain, and probably my favourite character. It's clear that Ken put an awful lot of his own love and knowledge of greek mythology into writing this novel, and it shows. Will I pick up the next one? Heck yeah!