The Generational Curse

Good morning to my fallen angels! Welcome to another exciting addition to my blog. Today I would like to talk a little more about my book series. The series, as a whole, leads up to a generational war between the Olympians and the Demigods. Without spoilers, I just wanted to summarize the characters in the story without using names and their Godly parentage.

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First Book

Living in a domestic household as a child along with his younger brother and sister, he was forced into a time machine to steal The Pandemonium Gem from Hades for profitable gain. With eventual fortifying abilities that can shield him physically and mentally, he joins the fight. As an elder guardian of the source of evil, he defies his father, the lord of the gods.

Sole survivor and princess of a murdered planet, she was spared and sent to Earth to seek retribution. Unaware of her alien heritage, she slowly begins to learn about her parapsychic abilities and the truth about her past. Her mother can turn anyone to stone with just a glance.

Shapeshifting has always been his trademark. He favored the use of weaponry yet was a kindhearted, altruistic martyr. Victim to adultery and betrayal, he forgave his wife and only wanted what was best for her until the very end. His father created the labyrinth and provided weapons and armor to the other gods.

Even intangible abilities can’t help her escape her grief and regret for hurting the love of her life. Once a happy-go-lucky woman, transfromed after her husband’s sacrifice and became a strong amazoness. Her mother prefers the moon in the sky as the thrill of the hunt soothed the goddess.

His pyrokinetic powers makes perfect sense for his hot-headed temperament. Left out of the loop from the leader’s true plans makes him very angry. His father is the god of war, a merciless and almighty master.

As a child, he was very soft-spoken. His foster family took advantage of his late parents’ vast fortune. He originally died due to a gay bashing. Life got better after death when he finally met his soulmate in heaven. Now his sound manipulation helps him speak up more. His father loves to drink wine and spirits and enjoys the nightlife.

Son of the Sun God, he leads the angellic resistance to oppose their parents. He believe it is ethical to use his photokinetic gifts to take his team’s place on Mt. Olympus by force. It is time for the gods to pass down the torch to their offspring.

Fear and temptation makes him an unstable addition to the team. The lone powerhouse of the group, he never allows himself to utter a word after committing a horrible act of adultery, inevitably splitting up his two best friends forever. His ice manipulation keeps others at bay for he vows to never sin again. His mother tends to agriculture and his half-sister is the unlawful mistress of Hades.

He was raised very poor and became quite rebellious until his human death set him straight. His mother doesn’t accept his bisexual lifestyle and her vile disapproval forces her to suffer the most horrible fate. He loves himself just fine, even when half his face is disfigured due to his death to piranhas. His plasma bolts lights the way towards salvation. He is the grandson of the king of gods.

These are most of the main characters’ descriptions. To find out more, please order my book online through my publishing company, Xlibris Corporation. You can go to the dropdown menu on my blog to where it says “buy my first book.” I will provide the link here just in case: http://bookstore.xlibris.com/Products/SKU-0120663049/The-Pandemonium-Chronicles.aspx I promise I won’t mention this again for a while. I don’t wanna pester my fallen angels too much. But I call my fans that because in a way, we are all suffering and fighting our own internal struggles, but I feel we should admit it to ourselves and to each other. If we all unite and support each other, life will be easier for us all. Have a wonderful day! Over and out.

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