Posted by montoc1701 on December 9, 2011
Great news for fans of James Lovegrove’s epic series as Solaris has announced that it has signed up James Lovegrove to write another book in his best-selling military science-fiction Pantheon Series.
Age of Voodoo is due for publication in 2013 and will continue the killer blend of high-octane action set in worlds dominated by religion, but not necessarily ones we would find familiar. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Sharlene Mousfar on January 31, 2011
Retired British soliders pitted against an army of Norse giants. The last thing Gideon Dixon expects is to find himself fighting alongside the gods of the ancient Norse pantheon as the world is in the throes of one of the worst winters it has ever known, and Ragnarok- the fabled final conflict of the Sagas – is on it’s way.
The Age of Odin follows James Lovegrove’s previous projects The Age of Ra and The Age of Zeus – described by the Guardian as “The kind of complex, action-oriented science fiction Dan Brown would write if Dan Brown could write” – in delivering a unique take on ancient mythology.
And with that, the third stand-alone book in the Pantheon series has made it onto the famous New York Times Bestseller List, coming thirty-third in the list of Mass-Market Paperback Fiction for the week ending 16th January 2011.
The entire series, which are thematically linked but can be read independently of one another sounds incredible. The Pantheon series addresses the theme of “men versus the gods”, which can be turn out to be highly engaging stories or highly disappointing. According to the readers (and the NYT), Lovegrove is doing one heck of a job!
Source: Solaris Books
GS Reporter: Sharlene
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