James Lovegrove returns to best selling ‘Pantheon’ series


New York Times best seller James Lovegrove has returned to his popular Pantheon series with a stand-alone novel full of action packed, military sci-fi. A thematic series of related, but stand-alone novels, the Pantheon series addresses the theme of “men versus the gods” in different worlds, with different pantheons, offering different takes. All high-action military SF books, the series has presented an armed uprising against distant but
powerful Egyptian divinities, a high-powered slugfest between battle-
suited humans and super-heroic Greek gods, and a gritty, intimate firefight
between an infantry company and an army of ancient Norse giants.

Age of Voodoo looks set to be another great addition to the series as Lovegrove takes the reader to the Caribbean, where paradise isn’t exactly what it seems and a world lurking beneath the surface is waiting to be unleashed.

Lex Dove, retired British wetwork specialist, is quietly living in the Caribbean when he gets the call: one more mission where the money and risks are high. But he didn’t think that leading a US black ops team to an abandoned Cold War bunker would lead to the discovery of barely human monsters, created in a disastrous mix of science and voodoo. But if they can’t stop the clock, if they can’t contain the god deep in the earth, then those monsters are the least of their problems – because if his anger is released, the world
might not survive it!


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