The Brotherhood of Olympus and the Deadliest Game

The Brotherhood of Olympus and the Deadliest Game

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Overview

The Brotherhood of Olympus and the Deadliest Game by Guy Simpson

The Brotherhood of Olympus and the Deadliest Game, is the first of a series of young adult horror/fantasy novels that tells the story of Drake Frasier, a painfully shy, intellectually gifted 13 year old boy growing up in Aberdeen, Washington. On a cold, gray Friday the thirteenth, his favorite uncle is killed in a horrible car collision with a logging truck. Drake's life takes a sudden twist after the accident when his family begins to encounter haunting spirits that bring terror and doom upon them. He soon finds that he has unique gifts and abilities that allow him to fight the apparitions, and that there may be a greater sinister plot afoot. But as Drake develops his skills to combat the ghastly specters, his oldest brother continues to use a Spirit board game that invites the evil into their lives. Drake must bring his brothers back together to fight the nefarious forces to save his family, and quite possibly the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615707280
Publisher: Mythic Publishing
Publication date: 09/26/2012
Pages: 286
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Guy T. Simpson, Jr. is the author of the Brotherhood of Olympus series. He is an award winning artist and illustrator, possessing a graduate degree in education from The Evergreen State College. He has worked as a middle school science and leadership teacher in rural Washington State, as well as a plethora of other jobs throughout his career. He still resides in the Pacific Northwest with his lovely wife, three exceptionally tall and brilliant college-student children who refuse to move out and live on their own, and a number of dogs and cats. He is currently at work on the next book in ongoing saga, the Brotherhood of Olympus and the Tower of Dreams.

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