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Andy and Zoey are two normal teenagers living in the modern day--that is, until they're knocked unconscious in a freak storm sweeping the United States. When they wake up, the world they know has been tossed away. Their city is in ruins, strange creatures walk the earth, and worst of all, everyone is gone. They stumble across Diana and Spencer, two kids around their age who Andy and Zoey are two normal teenagers living in the modern day--that is, until they're knocked unconscious in a freak storm sweeping the United States. When they wake up, the world they know has been tossed away. Their city is in ruins, strange creatures walk the earth, and worst of all, everyone is gone. They stumble across Diana and Spencer, two kids around their age who possess incredible magical abilities, and who claim to be the demigod children of Greek gods. Not only that, they also claim the year is 500 AS, five hundred years after the gods conjured a massive storm that destroyed most of humanity and helped them take the world as their own once again. With the help of Diana and Spencer, Andy and Zoey soon discover they're destined to play an important role in saving humanity. In fact, there's a whole prophecy that says they're meant to lead a war on the gods--which Zeus has been trying to prevent for centuries, apparently. But how can anyone expect two regular teens to defeat an entire pantheon of immortal deities? Find out how Andy and Zoey's insurmountable task unfolds in books 1 and 2 of the fast-paced trilogy that readers are calling intense, emotional, and action-packed.


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Andy and Zoey are two normal teenagers living in the modern day--that is, until they're knocked unconscious in a freak storm sweeping the United States. When they wake up, the world they know has been tossed away. Their city is in ruins, strange creatures walk the earth, and worst of all, everyone is gone. They stumble across Diana and Spencer, two kids around their age who Andy and Zoey are two normal teenagers living in the modern day--that is, until they're knocked unconscious in a freak storm sweeping the United States. When they wake up, the world they know has been tossed away. Their city is in ruins, strange creatures walk the earth, and worst of all, everyone is gone. They stumble across Diana and Spencer, two kids around their age who possess incredible magical abilities, and who claim to be the demigod children of Greek gods. Not only that, they also claim the year is 500 AS, five hundred years after the gods conjured a massive storm that destroyed most of humanity and helped them take the world as their own once again. With the help of Diana and Spencer, Andy and Zoey soon discover they're destined to play an important role in saving humanity. In fact, there's a whole prophecy that says they're meant to lead a war on the gods--which Zeus has been trying to prevent for centuries, apparently. But how can anyone expect two regular teens to defeat an entire pantheon of immortal deities? Find out how Andy and Zoey's insurmountable task unfolds in books 1 and 2 of the fast-paced trilogy that readers are calling intense, emotional, and action-packed.

46 review for War on the Gods Books 1 and 2: Limited Edition Boxset

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dianne

    They were once normal teenagers, until Zoey and Andy were catapulted into a world where Greek gods exist, gods who used their powers to take back the world they claimed was rightfully theirs, destroying humanity in the process. Now two teens must prepare to wage war on the gods, this time stealing Poseidon’s Trident. One god can help them, but first he must be freed from his imprisonment by Zeus. If they are successful, can they trust Prometheus to keep his word? Andy and Zoey’s quest to save hum They were once normal teenagers, until Zoey and Andy were catapulted into a world where Greek gods exist, gods who used their powers to take back the world they claimed was rightfully theirs, destroying humanity in the process. Now two teens must prepare to wage war on the gods, this time stealing Poseidon’s Trident. One god can help them, but first he must be freed from his imprisonment by Zeus. If they are successful, can they trust Prometheus to keep his word? Andy and Zoey’s quest to save humanity, one impossible task at a time, will come with shocking revelations and deadly foes, as A.P. Mobley leads us on a journey filled with powerful gods, mythical creatures and an adventure that will fuel the imagination. A delightful young adult adventure with two main characters that are coming into their own, even as they struggle to survive. Fabulous fantasy reading for any age, but especially wonderful for younger readers who can share a sense of wonder and that youthful feeling that anything is possible! I received a complimentary ARC edition from A.P. Mobley! This is my honest and voluntary review. Series: War on the Gods - Book 2 Publisher: Sea of Ink Press (December 3, 2019) Publication Date: December 3, 2019 Genre: YA Fantasy | Adventure | Mythology Print Length: 239 pages Available from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble For Reviews, Giveaways, Fabulous Book News, follow: http://tometender.blogspot.com

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eileen

    4.5 stars rounded up This was an excellent sequel and in fact, I liked it even more than the first one. It's a unique take on the whole Greek mythology story and I like that it does a lot of discussion about good and evil and fate vs. choice. I also liked the direction Zoey and Andy's story took and how it connected with the prophecy. In some ways, I felt like this book was much more substantial than the first, in part because each of the characters is more multilayered and therefore more interes 4.5 stars rounded up This was an excellent sequel and in fact, I liked it even more than the first one. It's a unique take on the whole Greek mythology story and I like that it does a lot of discussion about good and evil and fate vs. choice. I also liked the direction Zoey and Andy's story took and how it connected with the prophecy. In some ways, I felt like this book was much more substantial than the first, in part because each of the characters is more multilayered and therefore more interesting. Even as you watch Karter make the "wrong decision" over and over, you still feel like he is not beyond redemption as he learns more about himself and the role that destiny has to play in his life (or not). The addition of Prometheus to this story was pretty cool too, although as with the first book, the story is contrived to have Zoey and Andy fight the "final" battle without the help of the demigods, which is consistent with the prophecy. The story also kept me guessing about who might be on their side or who might eventually join their side. We're still kept guessing because there is still the third book to come. But I highly recommend this book for mythology fans, especially fans of Percy Jackson, as well as those who enjoy fantasy/adventure novels. I can't wait for the third book! Special thanks to #APMobley, #BookSirens, and the publisher for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    JK

    I am so invested in this series. After discovering in book one that two mere mortals had been chosen to battle and defeat the Greek gods in order to save humanity, I was utterly hooked. Once they had successfully obtained the first item to aid them in the battle, the Helm of Darkness, I was shaken. Now that I’ve just witnessed their journey to steal their second item, Poseidon’s Trident, no less, I am completely and irrevocably devoted to this quest and everyone involved. Mobley’s writing just get I am so invested in this series. After discovering in book one that two mere mortals had been chosen to battle and defeat the Greek gods in order to save humanity, I was utterly hooked. Once they had successfully obtained the first item to aid them in the battle, the Helm of Darkness, I was shaken. Now that I’ve just witnessed their journey to steal their second item, Poseidon’s Trident, no less, I am completely and irrevocably devoted to this quest and everyone involved. Mobley’s writing just gets better and better. Book one saw her building this world of gods and mortals; book two sees her elaborating, exploring, and defining absolutely everything. Her craft is glorious, seeing the gods brought into reality in a skilful and relatable way is divine, and her introduction of new characters and species is a complete masterstroke. Prometheus, anyone? I really wanted to settle in and enjoy this, but I found myself racing through it, desperate to find out what happens next. There’s a lot of action, a lot of violence, but Mobley peppers this through important development and dialogue scenes. Her pace is engaging, and perfect; I just wanted to keep reading until my eyes had fallen out. There are lots of wonderful messages here about good and evil, love and hate, doing what’s right against doing what’s safe, choosing our paths without being afraid of deviating from them, and most of all, a reinforcement of the power of friendship and determination. What I love most is Mobley’s ability to humanise everything - a Cyclops who gobbles people up as a snack just wants his freedom, a sea monster sent to kill just wants some respect, one of the hero mortals is just worried the other hero mortal might think she’s a slut, a Titan god wants to do his best for his family. It’s gorgeous. My only mild criticism here would be that I found the novel quite difficult to get into, purely because I was reaching to remember what had happened in the first book. There was some definite confusion on my part (very possibly due to my untrustworthy memory, and perhaps didn’t affect anyone else), but this didn’t take long to dissipate, and everything soon came flooding back. This is definitely a series which is best read back to back, but I don’t have that luxury as I impatiently wait for Mobley to write the final instalment. Maybe some more subtle reminders of where we came from would’ve helped. Such a wonderful, wonderful series with impossible plot made possible, and some beautifully complex and intriguing characters. I am in Mobley’s hands for book three.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Zoey Perrigo

    *I received this book for free for an honest review. Wow! This book was such a fun ride. Everything I enjoyed about the first was present again. The dynamic between the two mortals and the distrustful gods. I enjoyed the new developments for Andy and Zoey a lot! I'm excited to see how they continue to grow and learn more about themselves in this new world. Karter is such an interesting one too! Which path will he choose? Has he already? I really enjoyed trying to understand his motives. The setti *I received this book for free for an honest review. Wow! This book was such a fun ride. Everything I enjoyed about the first was present again. The dynamic between the two mortals and the distrustful gods. I enjoyed the new developments for Andy and Zoey a lot! I'm excited to see how they continue to grow and learn more about themselves in this new world. Karter is such an interesting one too! Which path will he choose? Has he already? I really enjoyed trying to understand his motives. The setting for me improved from the last book by getting more descriptions, however, it's still a little bit of a loss for me throughout most of the book. I'm really looking forward to the final installation in this fast paced mythological story.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Carner

    A terrific sequel! I really enjoyed this story! The author's writing just gets better and better. Fantastic series. You won't be disappointed. 😆

  6. 5 out of 5

    Pages For Thoughts

    I love that this series uniquely discusses the potentially evil side to the Gods and the moral conflict that surrounds their children as a result. As consistent with the previous book, the imagery was substantial and Mobley has created a full world packed with intense action and emotion. I also enjoyed the major plot revelations regarding Zoey and Andy's past and their true destinies. Choice verses destiny was a huge theme of this book. The characters are truly inspiring and they never gave up, I love that this series uniquely discusses the potentially evil side to the Gods and the moral conflict that surrounds their children as a result. As consistent with the previous book, the imagery was substantial and Mobley has created a full world packed with intense action and emotion. I also enjoyed the major plot revelations regarding Zoey and Andy's past and their true destinies. Choice verses destiny was a huge theme of this book. The characters are truly inspiring and they never gave up, no matter how bleak their future looked. The dedication they had to keep fighting and save the ones they love is a rarity. I also enjoyed the added hint of romance between Andy and Zoey, and I love how all the characters and their worldview keeps evolving. Read more of my review at https://pagesforthoughts.blogspot.com...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alexia

    Mobley has crafted yet again another perfect book. The momentum of the plot and dynamic of the characters in the first book carried over well into the sequel, and there was never a dull moment. This book has so many elements going on at the same time, and I loved it. We have Karter's POV and then when the group splits up there are different events happening to each group and yet it never feels like too much. And you're not rushing to get back to someone’s POV because you’re captivated with the cu Mobley has crafted yet again another perfect book. The momentum of the plot and dynamic of the characters in the first book carried over well into the sequel, and there was never a dull moment. This book has so many elements going on at the same time, and I loved it. We have Karter's POV and then when the group splits up there are different events happening to each group and yet it never feels like too much. And you're not rushing to get back to someone’s POV because you’re captivated with the current POV. Hephaestus is one of my favorite Greek gods, so I was so excited that their travels brought them to his city and we got to read all about it. I actually started feeling bad for the cyclops even though I know they eat humans. It's so complex haha. I love characters where you know they're redeemable, so I can't wait to see the decisions Karter makes in the third book especially since his father will be involved. The whole Calliope and Anteros plot line was so well developed and completely shocked me. Also, the fact that a certain someone was not in this book was absolutely devastating, and I need a miracle to happen in the third because I refuse to believe what happened. Also Layla is the absolute worst character but given the chance I would absolutely play her in a movie. The fact that I have to wait for the third book is going to be the hardest thing to do, but I know I'm going to love it, so I can't wait to see it in all its glory. Until then I'm going to read the companion novel The Shield of Nike Also this exactly how I imagined the fight occurred with the cage scene: *I received a free copy of this from Booksirens, but all opinions are my own*

  8. 5 out of 5

    TinaMarie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The two 'Before Time' heroes and their allies continue on their quest to acquire the second object of power, Poseidon's Trident in this second installment of the War on the Gods. But first they most free Prometheus and gain his help. They face new monsters, new challenges and gain new allies. I liked how they discover more about each other as they travel, forming strong bonds and uncovering new parts of the prophesy as well as unknown talents. There's growth in some and regression in others. The The two 'Before Time' heroes and their allies continue on their quest to acquire the second object of power, Poseidon's Trident in this second installment of the War on the Gods. But first they most free Prometheus and gain his help. They face new monsters, new challenges and gain new allies. I liked how they discover more about each other as they travel, forming strong bonds and uncovering new parts of the prophesy as well as unknown talents. There's growth in some and regression in others. The simplicity in some of their quests seem too trivialize some of the encounters and I really got tired of the helm falling off all the time. At what point does the group decide they need to figure out how to stop that darn helm from falling off? I still liked the book but I'm hoping for a little more from the next installment. I received an ARC copy and am voluntarily leaving a review. If you like my reviews I hope you will follow my blog. https://wyldheartreads.wordpress.com/

  9. 5 out of 5

    P.G Guacamole

    Thank you to BookSirens for the free published e-copy of Poseidon's Trident in exchange for an honest review! Rating ~ 4.5 stars I finished reading The Helm of Darkness (book #1) a couple of days ago and I couldn't wait to dive into Poseidon's Trident! What a journey this book has taken me on! Not only do we get to see the cities dedicated to the Olympians but we also get to find out the reason has to why Andy and Zoey were chosen to lead the war on the Gods. That huge plot-twist still has m Thank you to BookSirens for the free published e-copy of Poseidon's Trident in exchange for an honest review! Rating ~ 4.5 stars I finished reading The Helm of Darkness (book #1) a couple of days ago and I couldn't wait to dive into Poseidon's Trident! What a journey this book has taken me on! Not only do we get to see the cities dedicated to the Olympians but we also get to find out the reason has to why Andy and Zoey were chosen to lead the war on the Gods. That huge plot-twist still has my head spinning. I don't know how A.P Mobley came up with that twist but I so appreciate her thinking skills! This book has messed my head up so bad that I can't think straight anymore! I need to read The Master Lightning Bolt (book #3) right now or I don't think I'm going to survive the night.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amy Shannon

    Grand Story Mobley pens a great mythical story in Poseidon's Trident. I have read work from this author before, and I really enjoyed it, and this story was no different. The characters were intense and definitely fit within the mythical world of the story. This author brings the stories to life. The story brings in the believable, even if almost impossible. The thrills are written clearly and the characterizations are engrossing. It is always a joy to read this author's stories. This author is no Grand Story Mobley pens a great mythical story in Poseidon's Trident. I have read work from this author before, and I really enjoyed it, and this story was no different. The characters were intense and definitely fit within the mythical world of the story. This author brings the stories to life. The story brings in the believable, even if almost impossible. The thrills are written clearly and the characterizations are engrossing. It is always a joy to read this author's stories. This author is not just a writer but a great storyteller. I look forward to reading more by this author. This book is a definite recommendation by Amy's Bookshelf Reviews, as were the other stories this author has written.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    OMG!!!! LOVED this book and the series. Andy and Kali head off to get the second item to help them defeat the Greek Gods who want to destroy free will. They head off to get Poseidon's trident along with Diana, Luna, and Darko. As Luna has joined them along with her pegasus to help with travel. With a little help from Diana's father, they get there but you will have to read to see how this happens and there is another book to go before finding out how the adventure ends. I received an advance revi OMG!!!! LOVED this book and the series. Andy and Kali head off to get the second item to help them defeat the Greek Gods who want to destroy free will. They head off to get Poseidon's trident along with Diana, Luna, and Darko. As Luna has joined them along with her pegasus to help with travel. With a little help from Diana's father, they get there but you will have to read to see how this happens and there is another book to go before finding out how the adventure ends. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Niamh Andrews

    I received this book free in return for a review. Where do I begin. I read the first of this series and absolutely loved it. Naturally I was worried this one wouldn't be as good. I was so wrong. There is something about this series that just captivates the reader in such a powerful way. The characters are well written, the story is well thought through. I can't recommend it enough. There is an amazing realism in this book considering the fantastical setting. The struggle of Andy really gets me it I received this book free in return for a review. Where do I begin. I read the first of this series and absolutely loved it. Naturally I was worried this one wouldn't be as good. I was so wrong. There is something about this series that just captivates the reader in such a powerful way. The characters are well written, the story is well thought through. I can't recommend it enough. There is an amazing realism in this book considering the fantastical setting. The struggle of Andy really gets me it's pure and it's real. Anyone with an interest in mythology should read this.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Eszter Szika

    Poseidon’s Trident is the second book of War on the Gods. Zoey and Andy’s adventure continues as they need to save the world from the Greek gods and for that they need to collect some items to be able to defeat them. They already have Hades’ helm, now they are up for Poseidon’s trident. A book about choice vs. destiny A really fascinating read with the same power and gripping storyline like in the first part. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Coleman

    I dug right into this book as soon as I was finished with the first and all I want to say is they are both amazing! I enjoyed everything this book had to offer and am so glad I was given a chance to read it. The writing is amazing and I love the main characters. It just leaves me wanting more and makes me want to reread it over again. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Leila

    Very interesting story. Writer did a lot of good research. Good prose. Scenes were very descriptive. The only part of the book that I didn’t like was the transitions in the beginning from one group of characters to another without any transition language or title change. Thank you fo4 allowing me to read this.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cair-Paravel De Loulay

    This second round is more riveting than the first episode. The action and adventure continues and the twists and turns don't stop. It is a wonderful adventure and leaves you hanging, only to have to wait for the final sequence. I will be waiting expectantly to see what happens next. I received a free copy from Hidden Gems Books in return for an honest review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marie Reed

    The second installment of this series was just as good, if not better than the first. The main characters find both friends and foes on their journey to collect Poseidon's trident and learn a little about why they were chosen to overthrow the gods in the first place.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. I am really enjoying this series and the writing style of the author. I love seeing the different plots lines with the characters from the first book. There was a lot of action and conflict in this addition. If you love both mythology and dystopian then this series is for you. I wish the third book was available to read right now but I will be reading the companion book next. This author is on my watch list.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Emily (Infinite Lives, Infinite Stories)

    I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Poseidon's Trident is the sequel to The Helm of Darkness. It does not disappoint. Zoey and Andy have somewhat recovered from their trip to Hades, but their mission is far from over. With one artifact closer to ending the gods, Zoey and Andy press on with the help of their friends. The pair must find Prometheus, who they hope will lead them to a secret entrance into Poseidon’s palace. However, things quickly go a I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. Poseidon's Trident is the sequel to The Helm of Darkness. It does not disappoint. Zoey and Andy have somewhat recovered from their trip to Hades, but their mission is far from over. With one artifact closer to ending the gods, Zoey and Andy press on with the help of their friends. The pair must find Prometheus, who they hope will lead them to a secret entrance into Poseidon’s palace. However, things quickly go awry. Zoey, Andy, and their friends must make some sacrifices for the prophecy to come to fruition. Much like The Helm of Darkness, Poseidon’s Trident is full of action and adventure. I did find myself questioning if the characters were going to make it out alive a lot more this time around. Despite all of the obstacles in their way, the group pressed forward. I wish I could have savored this book a little more, but I devoured it. With danger lurking at the end of every chapter, I could not put the book down. Mobley does an excellent job of keeping the reader hooked and on their toes. In addition to Zoey, Andy, and Diana, a new cast of characters join and aid the group on their journey. I enjoyed the connection Prometheus made in Aphrodite City. It exposed his humanity and made him somewhat more likable as a character. I am excited to see how things turn out in book three.

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