reviews
Paternus: Wrath of Gods by Dyrk Ashton (Paternus Trilogy #2) 22, Jun

A fantastic sequel with more character, action and amalgamation of myth. 

Wrath of Gods picks up right where Rise of Gods left off, with Fiona and Zeke accompanying Peter on his quest to gather the remaining Deva in preparation for the coming war with the Asura. Whereas the first book starts off slow, the second throws you right into the thick of things from the get go and does not relent for the remainder of its pages, with thrilling set pieces, a memorable cast of characters and a clever amalgamation of our world's many mythologies. 

Paternus: Wrath of Gods (Paternus Trilogy #2) 08, Dec

Wrath of Gods stands alongside The Blinding Knife, King of Thorns, and The Desert Spear on the shelf of fantasy sequels that deftly take us deeper into a story and world than we ever expected to go. 

Paternus: Wrath of Gods (Paternus #2) by Dyrk Ashton Book Review 21, Aug

PATERNUS: WRATH OF GODS is the sequel to the extraordinarily good PATERNUS: RISE OF GODS released last year. The premise of Dyrk Ashton's excellent book is that humanity has secretly been host to a race of superhumans called the Firstborn who are the descendants of a billion year old alien called the Paternus. He is the father of all the gods and they are the inspiration for every one of them from Isis to Zeus to more commonly worshiped ones today. Facing them are the Asura, who are led by Lucifer and Shaitan and Baphomut. Which, as you can guess, makes them the bad guys.