Supremacy of the Gods
They say that behind every great man there’s a woman. Mrs God didn’t quite see it that way; she firmly believes that in front every great woman there’s a man to take the blame if things go wrong, especially now that nasty Lucifer’s up to something. More
They say that behind every great man there’s a woman. Mrs God didn’t quite see it that way; she firmly believes that in front every great woman there’s a man to take the blame if things go wrong, especially now that nasty Lucifer’s up to something.
The battle for world dominance is about to begin, and it will be down to a Celebrity Chef, a Soap Star turned Superstar, an ex professional footballer who believes he’s the next Messiah and a disgraced Archangel with an identity problem to change the course of history.
Follow the fortunes and misfortunes of Brian, orphaned as a baby, and his strict upbringing at the convent of the Weeping Sisters of St Winifred to his meteoric rise to fame and notoriety as the youngest recipient of the Dunlop 4 star award for culinary excellence.
Meet Katie, the drama Queen with a doting Father and a few tricks of her own on how to climb the ladder of success.
Kevin the school duffer, who, through no fault of his own, becomes a reluctant Professional Footballer only to have his career cut short to pursue his new ‘calling’ as the next Messiah.
And Gabrielle, as he now likes to be known, once Number One Archangel for the Heavenly Realms, and Mrs God’s right hand man, banished because of a couple of minor runs of bad luck on his special assignment in Egypt.
What were the events that brought them all to the Royal Hotel for ‘The International Delegation of Human Welfare and Unity’ hosted by the President of the USA and the Prime Minister of Great Britain, and ‘sponsored’ by The Devil?
Supremacy of the Gods is a fast paced novel packed with fun. Characters that make the improbable plausible, and a couple of re-writes of history as it ‘really’ happened thrown in for good measure.