Celebrating the release of Symphony of Destruction, I’m sharing a couple of book club questions.
Book club questions Symphony of Destruction
- Did you like the fact that the moon goddess, Cynthia, decided that Poseidon and Pan have to clean up their act?
- Did you see the similarities between the story and actual events?
- What do you think of Poseidon?
- What do you think of Zeus, Hel and Freyja?
- What do you think about the fact that Poseidon needed the advice of two of his sons?
- Do you think that there is pantheon discrimination? In other words, that Greek gods get more attention from humans than the others?
- What do you think about Pan?
- What do you think about the Warp? (The situation caused by Pan and Poseidon.)
- What are your thoughts about Cynthia?
- How do you think the story continues?
About the book
Tsunamis, tornados, and typhoons… of garbage.
Cynthia, moon goddess and protector of Earth, has issued an ultimatum: either Poseidon and Pan clean up their act, or the Norse pantheon will take over their duties.
With Zeus, Freyja and Hel there to observe, Poseidon has no choice but to let go of his laid-back ways and see what all the fuss is about. At least his sons Triton and Pegasus are on his side…
As the Greek god of storms and water realises the full extent of the damage done to his domain, can he keep his cool or will his notorious temper get the better of him?
Scroll up to buy now to find out how the Earth fares under Poseidon’s awakened powers.
* This is the sixth book in the Irascible Immortals series.
Coming soon in Afrikaans as Simfonie van Verwoesting.
‘So it’s true: the great god Pan is dead,’ he said disgruntled.Symphony of Destruction, Irascible Immortals #6, Ronel Janse van Vuuren
‘You’re worse than those rumour-mongers spreading that awful story for thousands of years.’
Poseidon turned around. A man with the hindquarters, legs and horns of a goat stood glaring at him, reed pipes clenched in one hand.
‘Poor, satyr. But look at this sacred grove and tell me why Pan let this happen if he is the god of the wild?’
‘Idiot! The same reason you have no control over what happens to the waters of the boy, Fish-Boy.’
‘That you, Pan? Man, you’ve gotten old.’ He sniffed the air. ‘And smelly!’
Blog posts about the book
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