Cadaver Mundus Tales: Loki's War
Book two in Cadaver Mundus Tales Series.
With the Celts' engines of war initiated, the planes of existence begin to falter as Loki seeks his own vengeance against Lucifer in his own war amongst the gods and Archangels. The Celts return in battle as the fabric of the space time continuum crumbles, creating havoc that only the Celts' engines of war can repair. More
Cadaver Mundus is the unnerving realm of Victor Frankenstein's ghastly night terrors, dark visions, and impossible premonitions as he descends into the madness of his own nightmares.
Gods, devils, machines, monsters, undead, and man alike battle for the dominion of a faulty and unwholesome universe, haunting Frankenstein in the dark corners between his construction of his creature, its bride, the murder of his family, and the hunting of the monster to the remote Arctic.
As Victor battles his creature, the spectres of his nightmares lift him away into their harsh reality, revealing a far worse existence than what he experienced or imagined.
He joins their existence, creating his own family and future to again have it stolen and decimated. Slowly, he descends into the madness of reconfiguring humanity into his design, what he believes to be a better solution for mankind. Assuming the role of god and creator, his hunger for mankind's salvation becomes tainted with the insatiable lust for power and control.
Thus, Victor Frankenstein initiates war to create a Corpse Cosmos of the perfect people.
Book 2 of the Cadaver Mundus Tales Series.
Eons ago war raged amongst the gods in a battle to be the masters of the cosmos. Some gods were made from a race of angels and some clans died. The war ended the balance of the universe governed by the oldest clans, the Vedic, the Aesir, and the Celtic. The angels, led by Christ and Lucifer, gained dominion as the Celts succumbed to genocide.
Now, the Celt gods return from the dead. Their hiatus brings forth the construction of new engines of war carefully hidden in the mortal realm disguised as human sleeper cells waiting for the proper key to unlock their fury.
However, in order to launch their weapons unnoticed, the Celts convince the Norse god Loki to raise their hidden cache for them as a means for him to avenge the besmirching of his daughter Hel by the fallen General Lucifer. The engines rise, causing Midgard to burn as the war to restore the Celt gods to their former glory begins. Loki's deal may bring a fate worse than Ragnarok as the space time continuum stretches too far and begins to crack.