Lost Gods

Lost Gods Kweku Anansi is just another member of the African diaspora trying to make a place for himself in his adopted home of Toronto He dreams of the life he used to live centuries ago when he was revered

  • Title: Lost Gods
  • Author: Drew Beatty
  • ISBN: 2940000696378
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Nook
  • Kweku Anansi is just another member of the African diaspora, trying to make a place for himself in his adopted home of Toronto He dreams of the life he used to live, centuries ago when he was revered as a god.A chance encounter with a fellow con man with a dark and secretive past of his own plunges them both into the dark world of the lost gods, gods who would do anythingKweku Anansi is just another member of the African diaspora, trying to make a place for himself in his adopted home of Toronto He dreams of the life he used to live, centuries ago when he was revered as a god.A chance encounter with a fellow con man with a dark and secretive past of his own plunges them both into the dark world of the lost gods, gods who would do anything to be worshipped again.

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    • I love a good supernatural urban fantasy, and I also love a good old-fashioned grifting story. It's rare to see the two genres cross, and I wasn't sure that it could possibly work. But after listening to the first chapter of Drew Beatty's Lost Gods, I was left hoping that such a wonderful hybrid creature could indeed exist.I was not to be disappointed. Lost Gods starts out on a very low key, but it consistently cranks up the stakes as the story progresses. What begins as the story of two shady c [...]


    • Canadian GodsEntertaining and pretty gripping if owing a great deal to Neil Gaiman. Beatty's narration is excellent with distinct and appropriate voices for the different characters. An enjoyably twisty plot.


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