Gods and Heroes

The Mad God Monos, who insists people eat meat only on Wednesdays and have relations only during the full moon, had mustered an army and was poised to invade Helvenica.

The people of Helvenica needed a hero, a brave warrior to defend their right to eat meat and relate whenever they pleased. What they got was Fotio, a reluctant hero with a bad attitude towards religion and a tendency to daydream. More
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Published by Hercules Bantas
Words: 51,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310700316
About Eric Feka

Eric Feka was the first of his line to shun goat herding as a profession. Now he spends most of his time reading and writing, which gives the illusion of productivity but requires very little actual effort and absolutely no goats.

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Review by: James Jenkins on Nov. 11, 2016 : (no rating)
I am not the audience for this work. Additionally I was reading with Kindle Text to speech while commuting. I read 24% before putting it down.

At first I was trying to relate the gods to ones I am familiar with, but they don't seem to be, I think they are all constructs of the author, and there are several.

The work is not bad, I would recommend it to people who might be the audience for it, and will try other works by the author.

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