Celebrating the release of The Irascible Immortals Series Collection, I’m sharing a couple of book club questions.
Book club questions The Irascible Immortals Series Collection
- Did you like the fact that a lot of humour was used in the book along with the darker aspects explored?
- Did you see the similarities between actual natural disasters and what happened in the book?
- What do you think of the various Immortals appearing in the stories?
- What do you think about the resthouse (or old age home) for Immortals from all pantheons?
- What do you think about the fact that some of the pantheons are affected by human perception?
- Do you think that there is gender discrimination in the Other World?
- What do you think about the fact that things started to unravel as the Immortals tried to relieve their boredom?
- What do you think about the various Immortals and their impact on the world?
- What are your thoughts about the Warp?
- How do you think the story continues?
About the book
Immortals + Boredom = Catastrophe.
Something old and dangerous is waking, making the immortals act out on their crazier instincts.
Odin goes off to Midgard to live in a retirement home. Anubis leaves his job to go on a beach vacation. Mab takes off to New Orleans for Samhain fun. Yue Lao and Cupid exchange roles to the detriment of mortals. Bast, Apollo and a Kitsune out-prank each other – leading to a blood bath. Pan and Poseidon compete to clean up the land and waters respectively, causing more destruction in their wake. Baba Yaga’s job just got worse after Pan and Poseidon’s game. Morrígan gets her powers back after centuries and is out for blood. And Isis is ready to unleash hell on earth to get Osiris back.
They are all so busy with their own stuff, they don’t even realise what is really going on…
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‘It’s true, your witchiness.’Over the Hills and Far Away, The Complete Irascible Immortals Collection: The First Nine Books, Ronel Janse van Vuuren
Baba Yaga’s eyes snapped open and she glared at Danica. The woman barely quailed beneath her glare.
‘Poseidon, Pan, Zeus, Freyja, Hel and Cynthia were all involved.’
She could believe the Greek idiots were the cause. Even that Freyja and Hel were involved. But Cynthia? Clearly, their insanity was contagious.
‘And the children?’
‘They’ve been behaving badly long before the Warp.’
Zoreen held out her hand. Baba Yaga took it and the impressions the woman had gleaned from various mortal minds swept through her vision: children throwing tantrums about toys and sweets, children acting out for perceived slights, children back chatting adults, children taking adults to court for daring to punish them for their misdeeds. Baba Yaga had seen enough. Her blood was boiling and her heart racing. She heard her invisible servants scurrying away.
‘Summon the Riders.’
The four women blanched, bowed and left to do as she had ordered.
Blog posts about the book:
Book Club posts for individual books:
- Book Club Questions: Breaking the Habit
- Book Club Questions: How You Remind Me
- Book Club Questions: Queen of Nightmares
- Book Club Questions: Russian Roulette
- Book Club Questions: Blaze of Glory
- Book Club Questions: Symphony of Destruction
- Book Club Questions: Over the Hills and Far Away
- Book Club Questions: Morrígan Unleashed
- Book Club Questions: A Way Back into Love
Folklore blog posts:
- The Raven Faery: Morrígan
- The Dark King
- Dagda: Jailer of the Underworld
- Pegasus: The Father of the Winged Horses
- Episode 29: Power Players of Faerie: The Dark King
- Episode 25: Power Players of Faerie: Dagda
- Episode 24: Power Players of Faerie: Morrigan
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