Manhattan has many secrets. Some are older than the city itself.
Winter in New York: snow falls, lights twinkle, and a very disgruntled Selene DiSilva prowls the streets, knowing that even if she doesn't look for trouble, it always finds her.
When a dead body is discovered sprawled atop Wall Street's iconic Charging Bull statue, it's up to Selene to hunt down the perpetrators. Her ancient skills make her the only one who can track a conspiracy that threatens the very existence of the gods, Selene - once known as Artemis - among them.
Winter of the Gods is the much-anticipated new novel from the author of The Immortals.
What members say
Entertaining, Good Sequel
Would you listen to Winter of the Gods again? Why?
Probably not, while a good story it did not draw me in like the first book.
Any additional comments?
There was not enough character development. While i liked the book it seemed to be almost the same story as the first book.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
Mythology in modern times, the book and content is well researched (and fiction Alize's for modern times but full of information that drew me in so deep that I stopped reading to look up the info online before proceeding). You can tell the author poured herself into the books!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
- glenda Goodwitch
Although some reviewers have thought this book to be not as good as the first, I totally disagree. This one seemed to me to be deeper and built on things from the "Imortals. " I think perhaps other readers disliked the ending. I think it's just getting started. I had purchased "Olympus Bound" before realizing there was this, a second book, so now I'm excited to get to it.
My hope is that this will be a series that will continue for a long time with more from Selene and Theo as they continue their journey.
Also thanks for the references. Please continue to include them with the Audible Editions.