Saturday, September 4, 2010

My New Book Review Is At Smexy Books-Petty Like A God by Brian Fatah Steele

Todays review is Petty Like A God by Brian Fatah Steele.

Meet Noc, the reluctant son of the Grim Reaper. He and Father Time's kid are usually drunk. It's one of the best ways to handle being a godling. The rest of the gang are here tonight as well. Too bad one of them is about to be murdered. Follow them from death & betrayal, to love & friendship, spiraling all the way up to a cosmic conspiracy. Join the godlings as they discover more about the roles that they will one day play in the universe, and ultimately; the roles they play in each others' lives.

Petty Like  A God is the first book in Brian Fatah Steele’s godlings series. Here we meet thegodlings-son’s and daughters of the Gods. Using an interesting mixture of mythology and religion, Steele takes us on a hilarious yet often retrospective journey through the godlings lives, trials, and bar hopping..

The story settles around Noc and his favorite bar. Noc, Nocturnal, is the son of the Grim Reaper. Pushing 500 plus years old, he is not ready to settle down and become the bringer of Death. His best friend and drinking partner, Turney, is the son of Saturn aka Father Time. While he is ready for the ascension...he's not ready to give up the beer and the chicks just yet. There is also Emma the daughter of Mother Nature, Sophie the daughter of the Sandman, Mina and Martin the twins of War, and the newest addition, Evie the daughter of Satan.

Amidst the drinking and dancing, a fellow godling is murdered. Since the bar they are in hampers all magic but a godlings, the consensus is that they was murdered by another godling. The scooby gang gets together and proceed to find out the who and why of the murder.
When Noc’s dad approaches them about solving a series of murders and disappearances they once again use their powers, minds, and friendship in an exciting action filled adventure that spans continents and realities.

Read the rest of my review at Smexybooks.

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