Twilight of the Gods

Twilight of the Gods

  • Paperback
  • 9781646300600
  • Published: January 28, 2025

$18.95

  • eBook
  • 9781646300617
  • Published: January 28, 2025

$9.99

  • Big book
  • 9781646305216
  • Published: January 28, 2025

$21.95

When Odin calls, you answer.

Matt Trudeau builds things. Big skyscraping things. Despite the storms, the fires, and the earthquakes, he’s got no use for fairy tales about gods and “End of Days” and anything he can’t hit with a hammer.
 
Alva makes coffee for a living. Sure, she’s had strange luck her whole life, but it hasn’t helped keep creeps like Matt away from her.
 
So when they learn that he is Thor’s son and she is an Elven queen and the two are destined to be the last two people alive, spared by the gods in order to repopulate the earth after Ragnarök . . . you can imagine their disbelief (and her revulsion).
 
But it’s all too real, and they will indeed be stuck together unless they can stop the gods from destroying the planet.
 
Sent on a wild adventure from a world we recognize to the strange and magical realm of Norse mythology, Matt and Alva will need to harness their unique powers in order to stand a chance against the angry gods, bent on destroying the world as we know it.
 
But learning the true nature of heroism may be the most difficult challenge of all.


"Supernatural adventures in the contemporary world." - Screencraft


Fans of Good Omens and Thor will love this fun adventure. (Screencraft)

Authors

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Tory Quinn

Working for a government think tank specializing in future technologies by day, Tory Quinn enjoys spending the evenings in front of the fire, sipping wine (a good but cheap Merlot from a box), while spinning yarns about technology gone astray and the lessons we can learn from the people faced with those situations. How does a scientist like Tory become a prolific writer? As Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Many of the same skills required to dream up tomorrow’s great technologies apply to building fictional worlds, then setting extraordinary characters free within them.