Will's life has definitely changed since that day he went hiking in the woods of Pennsylvania. He's discovered that reality is a lot bigger and stranger than he had ever imagined. Learning about the portals that link the infinite number of worlds opened his eyes to that wider reality. Learning that he was being groomed to become the Champion of a God in one of those realities was an even more startling discovery.
But now it's time for him to pay the bill for his recruitment. Just as the Gods on a single world fight and jockey for power and position, the older Gods from the many different spheres of the infinite play a much larger and more complicated game. The Goddess Aryanna has a quest she needs completed, and William and four other Champions are the ones tasked to do it.
What bothers Will however is what could a Goddess possibly need? And why would it take five Champions to retrieve it?
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I've finally finished both books and enjoyed them very much. There were time when you had to laugh at some of the things going on but it was still very good. I hope the author doesn't stop here I'm kind of interested in hearing more about Will or Wilma.
The depth of the story, the emotion, and the heroism and general bad-ass moments give a sense of heck-yeah to the whole series
The main character is clearly the favorite :)
MORE!!! book three please!
There is a certain amount of "sexual freedom" introduced in the book, as long as the reader is ok with that I would definitely recommend it to a friend. The underlying story is very good and the intrigue being built up in the "web of friends" Ari is creating is interesting.
The goddess Sirene. I like her attitude and fits of fancy. I also enjoyed how she made her followers basically a large "battle of the bands" type city.
Rob was a good narrator. Some of his voices do seem a little overyly "pouty" but at least they were distinct and the voices that needed "presence" had it.
Honestly I really like the battle system in the world of sirens and the whole "mentality" that everything flows from music.
It was a good book overall. I really did enjoy the references to Homer's Odyssey. I just wish the author didn't have to spell out certain things and leave it to those that "know". John Van Sty does like to write novels with quite a bit of sexual uh... promiscuity. It usually goes to the edge of my tolerance of it, but so far the story has been carrying me though it.
That definitely is the case in this novel where the portals of infinity takes on some more intrigue and "game changing" items are hidden throughout.
This just a continuation of a story of a man-cat that gets walked all over and manipulated by everyone around him, and he's totally cool with that as long as he gets to play guitar and have gender-bender sex. No character growth at all.
Also how come everyone this time around is mentally deficient? the same guy tries to murder them the whole book and they all know it's him... whatever.
Sorry but I'm done with this series.
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