Kingdoms of War

Kingdoms of War

by Lisa Beth Darling

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Overview

A New World RisesIn the Of War Series finale nearly four billion souls lost to the ravages of anarchy and the dreaded disease Major Falls. Ares, Athena, and Raven wander the remains of the Mortal World vainly reaching for a sliver of what was only to get an unsavory glimpse of what is to come. It appears that Zeus has received his fondest wish; a chance for Olympus to rise again as every person of pure Mortal Blood has died in the unforgiving pandemic.From the fiery wreckage of this destruction and decay a new world is slowly arising one where the descendants of Olympians, Celts, and Dark Fae will rule.To make matters worse, as Ares and Athena seek to destroy all manner of weapons of mass destruction, the Wolf inside the God of War slowly succumbs to Major Falls. A rabid God of War is not a pretty sight.By the time Ares' fevered body is brought to Olympus, Apollo's descent into madness is utterly complete. Yet, it is the Golden God, Alena's greatest nemesis who holds the key to saving Ares' life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692248409
Publisher: Moon Mistress Publishing
Publication date: 07/18/2014
Series: OF WAR , #6
Pages: 502
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.01(d)

About the Author

It was in the 4th grade when Lisa Beth Darling discovered she was a naturally gifted writer. For her very first creative writing assignment, the teacher asked the class to pen a story about a baby bird's first flight and read them to the class. Putting pencil to paper, Lisa was instantly whisked away by a force she couldn't explain. When they were finished, all of the children read their happy stories to the class. Not Lisa. She got up and told of how the baby bird flew too high, hit a plane, crashed to the ground and died. She told of how the mama bird and daddy bird cried of how even God was upset sending the rains pouring from the sky. The class was speechless when she finished all they could do was stare at her. The teacher kept her after class told her the story was very good but it was different from the others. She asked Lisa if she'd ever heard of Icarus and did she base her story on him. Lisa had yet to encounter Greek Mythology or hear a whisper of Icarus. As Lisa left the classroom the teacher again told her how good the story was but suggested she might want to write something happier next time. When Lisa asked her teacher: "Why?" The teacher had no answer. Luckily for us, Lisa never took that teachers' advice.

Today she brings us complex multi-layered stories rich with the trials and tribulations that make up the world in which we live. Not one to be pigeonholed into any single genre, Lisa's stories revolve around the intricacies of couples from range the intimacy of lovers, to mothers and sons, and brothers and sisters.

Lisa Beth Darling is 49 years-old, lives in her hometown of New London, CT with her husband of nearly 30 years, Roy. She is the author of more than fifteen novels along with several short stories and non-fiction books.

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