Ryan Hunter had spent most of his days wandering from place to place with no direction, no real purpose. His only solace in life was a book of Greek Mythology that his mother gave him as a child.
Then he receives a call from a mysterious woman she invites him to join her on a hunt that she promises will change his life. The woman turns out to be more than she appears to be. Through his encounter with the mysterious creature, he learns that the Greek gods are real. Not only are they real, but they are not alone. Mythologies of every culture turn out to be true, and Ryan finds himself to be on the front lines in a war between all the gods and their most feared enemies: The Titans.
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About the author:
Ian Anderson currently lives and works in Tampa, Florida. He has a degree in Creative Writing and Journalism from Ashland University in Ashland Ohio. He started studying mythology at a young age and has learned a great deal about Greek, Norse, and other mythologies. Besides writing he enjoys reading, movies, and talking with friends online.
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