When all light in the universe fades, one hope remains.
Her home is destroyed. Her loved ones lost. With nothing but darkness and despair around her, one hope remains. Abagail's stuck in the land of the gods, and the universe is coming apart before her very eyes. The darkling tide, an overwhelming force of demons, has destroyed the universe, and Abagail is the only one who can stop the apocalypse before all light is lost.
Prophecy says the time of the gods is coming to an end, but there's one hope left. If Abagail can reason with the dark gods, maybe she can save some shred of the universe. But the darkling gods are vengeful and unforgiving. Can she overcome them, or are the forces of good facing their final moments?
Rife with evil magic, dark elves, and whimsical fae, Twilight of the Gods resolves an epic sword and sorcery retelling of Ragnarok from Norse Mythology.
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˃˃˃ How did you get into stories like this?
I didn’t always love teen fantasy books. My favorite book growing up (and to this day) is A Wrinkle in Time, but I didn’t have a love for reading at all. When I reached the seventh grade we had to read books. My teacher didn't have much in way of fantasy fiction, but she had a few. She didn’t care what books we read, so I filled my time with young adult fantasy I bought. She didn't care where the books came from, as long as we were reading.
˃˃˃ Who should read this book?
I know a lot of adults read teen fantasy books, and that’s awesome. There’s nothing too graphic in my book, and while there’s a tiny bit of swearing, I’ve read much worse. The real audience I was going for are those women out there who love fantasy fiction and those looking for awesome heroes, monsters, and lots of young adult fantasy. I find I have a lot in common with women my age, and my characters are typically of the female variety and just starting out in life, so that works. Honestly, these books could work for anyone.
˃˃˃ Are there any authors who've shaped your writing?
Oh yea, those teen fantasy books I mentioned? They were David Eddings, Mercedes Lackey, and an awesome fantasy fiction series called Dragonlance. I got lost in those pages, reading of wizards, and a dragon quest or two as well as all the magic and monsters! Mercedes Lackey's young adult fantasy really helped me through my teen years, struggling to accept myself as a young gay man. If it wasn’t for her works, things might have been very different for me. I found her just when I needed to.
˃˃˃ BOOK CATEGORIES
- teen fantasy books
- teen series
- ya fantasy
- Fantasy fiction
- young adult fantasy
- young adult fantasy adventure
- fantasy teen & young adult