So here we go, third and (probably) final in the Age Of… series, which I’ve taken to calling the Pantheon Triptych. It’s out, available, on sale from all good bookshops and online retail sites. Buy, buy, buy!
Like its predecessors, this is a headlong, full-blooded military-SF adventure. With gods. In this case it’s the Norse pantheon, depicted in a way that I doubt anyone has seen before. They’re humane, brutal, funny, dysfunctional, even mad. There are also frost giants, huge exotic war machines, and a female President of the United States who may bear a resemblance to a certain Republican firebrand who’s currently striking fear into the hearts of sane people everywhere. There’s even power armour, though it’s anything but high-tech.
Click here for an extract, the first chapter of the novel. Warning: contains swearing (frequent, strong) and mild drug references. Plus a car crash. And lots of snow. And mention of Jeremy Clarkson.
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