The war amongst the Greek gods lasted over three decades and when it was ended, the sun was snuffed from the sky, Artemis sat on the throne, and the muses were murdered.
Without the power to create or invent, the human race languished for generations, trapped within the walled city of Elysia, their lives governed by the steady tick of the great world clock and the watchful eye of their increasingly erratic goddess.
But in the lower wards, far from the shining beacon that is Olympus Tower, a crippled boy named Geoff has grown to manhood, unaware of the legacy contained in his own mysterious bloodline. When his loved ones are threatened, the world will finally wake under the power of the muse, and the insane goddess Artemis will remember the very dangerous power of human imagination.
K.A. Stewart's Second Olympus is a simply beautiful book. She has taken the ancient god of Greece and brought them back to life.
Artemis has gone insane. Her deeds of the past are haunting her and making her unstable.
Geoff, a disabled young man, is at odds with her and his life. Soon, though, his life may well be in danger.
Being a huge fan of Stewart's Jesse James Dawson series, this is a much different book. But, I promise you, it is not to be missed.