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2017 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Tartarus Eric Andrews-Katz


1) What can I say I really enjoyed this story.  The Setting was sharp and grounded.  The Plot was well thought out and easy to follow, I may not have agreed with all his plot choices but he put a ton of work into the plot and the story so it was enjoyable.  The characters were strong and interesting and I loved that they were all older and not your typical 20 somethings.  That was a great choice on his point.  Showing that you don't have to be young to have an adventure. When it comes to the writing style the narrative was easy to follow even with all the references to mythology.  I would totally read this story again.
2) Bit of a boring start for me, but it soon picked up. I had to keep reading to find out what the hell was going to happen.

Tartarus Eric Andrews-Katz
Gay - Fantasy
Paperback
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (December 13, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1626397465
ISBN-13: 978-1626397460
Amazon: Tartarus Eric Andrews-Katz

Long ago, the Olympian Gods conquered and nearly destroyed an earlier race known as the Titans. Echidna, Mother of Monsters, was imprisoned in Tartarus. Centuries later, she has escaped. Entering the modern world, Echidna finds the old Gods are gone, and vows to destroy every descendant of the Olympians.

In the contemporary Pacific Northwest, Adrian and Annelise have lived comfortably--unaware of their Olympian birthright and its significance. When Adrian is introduced to Zack, sparks fly and their initial contact slowly turns to romance.

Echidna unleashes a brutal attack and Zack reveals his Divine lineage. Now he must teach the twins about their own heritage, and how to wield their unique powers for the battle to come. The final battle between Titans and Olympians will be held in the Underworld. Modern weapons have no place and only magic can prevail.

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