Meet Jason Tim, a young man who has denied his heritage all his life, calling his father a nutcase, running away from home. Until one day, something happens that turns his whole life upside down.
He suddenly finds himself on The Chariot, the ancient vessel of the Gods, a place only known from history books. Realizing that his father told the truth all along, he must return to Earth to find him.
Finally back, he is hunted by unknown foes, needs to come to terms with the changes in his life, and unravel the mystery of his own heritage. Learning that his girlfriend had been blackmailed to spy on him, he needs to unravel her heritage as well to keep her safe from abilities she cannot control, while struggling to accept his new role within the Angel community.
This book opens soon after the last ended.
We are introduced to Jason, a descendant of the Greek God Zeus. Unknown to him, this inheritance will change his life forever.
This novel was fast paced and a good connection to the conclusion of the trilogy.
Jason was an interesting character. A military man, he is no stranger to fighting for your life. Although no one could excoriated your to plan for the changes that push Jason to a whole other path in life.
Jason to me seemed way to willing to accept all the changes in his life. Descendant of Zeus? Cool.
Girlfriend spying on you? Awesome.
Everyone out to kill you or worse? Bring it on.
Other than a few mishaps with controlling his new abilities, Jason was cool as a cucumber throughout his new inheritance. Which honestly just weirded me out.
I felt like overall this novel did not have a huge amount of substance to it (other than introducing some new characters) and was mainly a way to set up for the next book.
About the author, in her own words:
I’m from Germany, from the beautiful Black Forest area. I live in a small townhouse with my loving husband, my wonderful teenage daughter and my eighteen years old tomcat. To pay my bills, I work part time as a lab technician in cancer research. I only started writing in October 2018, but loved to read all my life.
Maybe you wonder, why does someone from Germany write in English? I still remember the first English book I ever read. Staying in the USA as an exchange student when I was sixteen, I picked a random book at a public library, ending up with “Dragonsong” by Anne McCaffrey. It was the beginning of my passion for stories reaching beyond the confines of the mortal human world, and also the beginning of my love for a language that’s so much more expressive than my native tongue.
When finally risking the step from reader to writer, the language was out of question. Feel free to join me in my world of fantasy, paranormal, adventure, with a bit of romance.
When I’m not writing, I like playing computer games or watching crime series on TV. I’m also part of the parents’ council at my daughter’s school and a committee member of the garden club around the corner.